In November of 2019, Liberty House, in Manchester, became a new program under the auspices of New Hampshire Catholic Charities. Liberty House is a haven for veterans facing the challenges of reentering civilian life in an environment advocating a substance-free approach. New Hampshire Catholic Charities continues to show its supportive mission to those in the community with specific vulnerabilities. This new arrangement merges the ideals and purposes of each association.
As an advocate of both organizations, Chuck sees this new initiative as a strengthening dual force, for the benefit of veterans – an important cause he believes in. The support from New Hampshire Catholic Charities will offer more services and programs to the residents of Liberty House, increasing the success of veterans’ rebuilding a productive and fulfilling life in society.
For more information about this new partnership, please click on the link below, 'Find Out More.'
As a former Board Member and entrepreneur himself, Chuck continues to be involved in the NH Workforce Youth Council. He promotes the concept of younger people realizing their own interests and potential through the right education and skills acquisition, to be better positioned as productive, self-sufficient members of society.
As a life-long participant in Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America, Chuck considers it a privilege and honor to have provided a solid basis of stability and enduring friendship for many kids.