giving mission

NEPC is committed to kindness and we will channel the unique opportunities made possible by our pickleball community toward ensuring that the basic needs of our neighbors are met.

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GatherNH.org

New England Pickleball Club donated $10 to GatherNH for each new member signup prior to opening its August 2022, totaling $3,000. The Pandemic has pushed the need for resources like those provided by Gather to unprecedented highs and NEPC is honored by the opportunity to help. Pre-pandemic, Gather helped feed about 2000 members. At peak, the Pandemic pushed those stats to nearly 7000 members, and the “new baseline” is 5000 members. Remote learning during the Pandemic increases Gather’s demand as students are unable to benefit from breakfasts and lunches served at school. Gather has about 200 volunteers trying to ensure this daunting task is accomplished. NEPC is making its $10 per new member contribution and encouraging additional donations directly on Gather’s website, with the goal of ensuring that none of our neighbors have to worry about feeding themselves or their families. We can also stop by to make food or other ( paper towels, toothpaste, soap, shampoo and toilet paper) donations in person. Want to know more about GATHER or donate on your own? 

BACK TO SCHOOL

Shorter days signal the coming of fall. With the coming of fall comes the need to reserve our courts early as more folks will be

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Jackets, Hats, Gloves

 With the recent dips in temperature, it is probably difficult to imagine facing the day without the proper clothing.  Many students at our local schools are facing this issue this winter. 

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Sue Haskell

Giving Coordinator
Email: suehaskell7@comcast.net

Sue has run local pickleball charity events in partnership with Stephen Iandoli, founder of Midtown Pickleball Club, as well as others, with substantial success. Charities like the Dover Food Pantry and St. Jude’s have benefited from Sue’s caring. We are thrilled to have her lead the spirit of kindness and giving, along with anyone in the community who wants to follow her on NEPC’s giving page, all-year-round!

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As good neighbors in the pickleball community, we’ll use our unique opportunities to merge the love of sport with our concern for the well-being of others.

Sue Haskell