Neighbors Helping Neighbors Flourish
About Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners
Kearsarge Neighborhood Partners (KNP) is a non-profit dedicated to building a community where neighbors help each other flourish. Our volunteers help neighbors weave a caring network of local support, walking beside them while they move toward a more stable footing in life.
We match the needs of neighbors with a KNP Volunteer and appropriate regional organization(s). We can help in both short- or longer-term situations. In this time of uncertainty, we are particularly committed to helping people navigate issues of food insecurity, financial loss, loneliness, isolation, and transportation.
We partner with local entities such as the Community Action Program (CAP), Kearsarge Regional Ecumenical Ministries (KREM), town welfare offices and local town food pantries that provide funds, fuel for heating, food, and more, for emergency needs.
Are you aware of needs we could help address? Are you looking for connection? Would you like to volunteer? Give us a call at 603-317-5900 or send us an email at info@KNPnh.org.
KNP’s Board of Directors
- Steve Allenby, President
- Cindy Johnson, Vice-President
- Bill Ross, Secretary
- Patsy Steverson, Treasurer
- Bethany Balford, Director
- Gene Lindsey, Director
- Greta Roberts, Director
- Hardy Hasenfuss, Director
- Linda Hagan, Director
Ongoing COVID-19 Efforts
While social distancing continues to be recommended, Hospitals, Nursing Homes and neighbors in the Kearsarge Region still need cotton face masks.
Here are two well written instructions for making 2-ply fabric masks, as well as a video tutorial (see below) from the Deaconess Health System.
- Each mask takes less than 15 minutes to make. Note: Obtaining elastic might be a challenge. If you can’t find elastic, let us know as we might be able to access some for you
- Completed masks can be dropped off at New London Hospital’s vestibule inside of Door #10 (the old Clough Center Entrance). Community members can drop off both Masks and Surgical Caps.
- Please leave the masks next to the yellow bin.
The New London Hospital is in need of cotton, re-usable surgical caps.
There are two types that can be sewn:
Completed surgical caps can be dropped off in the yellow bin inside New London Hospital Door #10, the old Clough Center entrance.
Huge thank you to the following local photographers for sharing their stunning photos of our beautiful Kearsarge Region.