How to Help

Serving individuals and families since 1972

The Adult Learning Center is a non-profit educational agency that since 1972 has provided academic programs, skills training and support services to adults and young adults to help them achieve more productive lives for themselves and their children. This year, we helped over 3500 students make positive life changes. Our services not only benefit individuals and families, but also benefit local businesses and the general community.

The majority of people we serve come from low-income families and desperately need our services. Without your help, we could not continue to offer programs that are so essential to the community.

There are many ways that you can help by making a donation, participating in a special event, contributing to our capital campaign and by volunteering your time and talents to help our students.

Individual Donations

All gifts donated to our school are greatly appreciated.  Please donate online below




or send your check, made out to the Adult Learning
Center, to:

Adult Learning Center
4 Lake Street
Nashua, New Hampshire 03060

annualletter

ANNUAL CAMPAIGN LETTER 2015

For more information about donations, please call Carol Baldwin at: (603) 882-9080 x204

 

Support Our Students

The ALC offers a unique way to support our mission by identifying specific and immediate needs of many of our students.

Click here to download a SOS brochure!

Planned Giving

For information on Planned Giving please download the PDF.

Click here to download the PDF

Corporate Donations

We work with businesses to develop relationships and partnerships, and encourage financial donations through corporate giving programs. Contributions help support our programs and services, which creates a win-win situation for our clients and the business community. In addition, our agency appreciates time donated by employees.

For more information on corporate giving, please call Carol Baldwin at (603) 882-9080 x204 or e-mail at: cbaldwin@adultlearnincenter.org

Volunteer Programs

 

 

The Adult Learning Center is always looking for people who want to share their time and talents to help our students. You can help in a number of different ways. We have volunteer opportunities available in tutoring.

For more information on volunteering your time as a tutor, please call: Connie Cullen, 603-882-9080

The USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is the funding source for the serving of nutritious meals in our childcare and school age care programs.