Organizations & Services

Organizations & Services2018-11-11T17:37:59+00:00

Lyme Organizations & Services Directory

Financial Assistance

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Nancy Grandine
The Lyme Congregational Church and the First Baptist Church of Lyme jointly administer a discretionary fund to provide confidential, short-term emergency help.
(603) 795-4853
Vicki Smith,
Provides financial support through grants for programs/projects that will maintain and enhance the quality of life in Lyme.
Nancy Grandine
Provides help for individuals and couples living in Lyme who may lack adequate resources such as food and clothing or who need help with rent or mortgage payments in addition to general welfare assistance through state and federal programs. Also provides referrals to local programs that help with utility bills and fuel costs.
(603) 795-4853
Jennifer Schiffman and Kathy Sherrieb
The Pearl Dimick Fund provides emergency assistance for Lyme residents. The Dorcas Chaffee Fund provides emergency assistance for former Lyme residents who have maintained significant contacts with the community. A committee representing the town's churches, school, and other support services reviews requests to provide short-term emergency funds for individuals and families. All requests are confidential.
(603) 795-4839
(603) 795-2831
Julia O'Hara
Provides financial support, in the form of grants, primarily to local or Upper Valley organizations serving the needs of Lyme residents. Members fundraise annually through events such as the Festival of Trees in December.
(603) 795-2633

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*The Lyme Contractor and Service Providers listing that is the basis of this directory was initiated by former Lyme neighbor, Jess Lahey. For years, she updated and shared the listing, based on listserv posts about individuals and local businesses serving Lyme residents. Thank you, Jess!