Serving at-risk kids throughout the Seacoast and state of New Hampshire, The Chase Home in Portsmouth has been selected by Martingale Wharf as its nonprofit beneficiary on Tuesdays in December.
According to Martingale Wharf’s Michelle Matthews, 10% of all sales on Tuesdays in December will benefit The Chase Home.
“We began this initiative as a way to give back to the nonprofit organizations that do so much to support the lives of so many in our communities,” she said. “We are proud to give back to The Chase Home.”
Meme Wheeler, executive director at The Chase Home, said Martingale Wharf has supported them for many years.”
“Getting this kind of support not only raises money, but awareness of our services and what we do, and that is so important.”
“This is a great opportunity for us to fill in some gaps in our budget and raise awareness about what we do,” she said. “We are every grateful for this support and partnership.”
Founded in 1877, serves more than 140 at-risk youth and families annually statewide through prevention, intervention, residential and community-based programs. To learn more about The Chase Home, visit chasehome.org.
Martingale Wharf is located at 99 Bow Street in Portsmouth. To learn more about Martingale Wharf, visit martingalewharf.com.