Recent News

Paul and Nancy of 66 Hardy Road, Loudon, NH had a large Christmas light display.  They raised $1,578.00 this Christmas to support us.  We are very thankful for their support of our program.   Please remember to go see the light di
Thank you to all of the volunteers and donors who made 2023 another successful Christmas. The tireless work and generosity of the community provided presents to over 800 children this year. We could not do this without YOU!    
New Hampshire Muscle Cars donated toys to us in November.  We are so glad they support our Christmas program.  
The City of Concord Police Department ran a Stuff the Cruiser event at the Hannaford grocery store on 16 Sep 2023 located at Fort Eddy Road.  With their efforts, the communkity donated 670 pounds to support our food pantry. Thank you Concord pol
Thank you, Peter Croteau and the Annual Kentucky Derby Party for your donation. Your donation helps provide basic needs for individuals and families in Merrimack County.  
Thank you Northeast Delta Dental for your in-kind donation of approximately 150 adult and 150 childrens toothbrushes. The donation will allow people in need to keep their smiles and practice good hygiene. 
Thank you Capital City Subaru for including Friends of Forgotten Children in your Share the Love event. Your donation will help thousands of food-insecure families and individuals in Merrimack County and Greater Concord. Donors like you keep the li
We had our siding redone by Marquis Roofing over past couple of weeks. A big shout out to Marquis Roofing and Exterior Design for replacing our siding and bringing a refreshing look to our building.  
Today in front of more than 200 egg hunters The Easter Bunny, Gingerbread Man, Board Members, Staff and Volunteers from Friends of Forgotten Children gathered in the chilly morning winds at Merrimack Valley High School's football fields to hide m
We recently had some energy updates to our building.  We contacted the Resilient Buildings Group, Concord, NH who did a building energy audit.  They determined our building had old and inefficient fluorescent lighting and insufficient insul
The Charity Girls of Northeast Massachusetts, an innovative philanthropic group of women from the greater North Shore and Merrimack Valley, met recently to allocate the collective $15,000 raised during the past year. A representative of each of the d
Profound gratitude from the Backpack Program at Friends of Forgotten Children goes to the following donors: Rotary International and Capitol Sunrise Rotary for their $4000 matching grant and to Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement for