“Plowshare Farm is where I and my staff go to learn about creating a lifesharing community of the highest quality.”
President Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center
Former Commissioner, NH - DHHS
Our work is warmed by our friends far and wide who support us through encouragement and gifts of time, talent and resources and who challenge us not to rest on past accomplishments but to continually question, re-view and adapt ourselves to meet the ever-changing world before us. This support emboldens us for the tasks ahead and fills us with gratitude.
We live simply and well and we are careful with our resources. We raise money before we spend it therefore our debt is low and we are financially solid. We are an excellent investment.
Yet we have needs. We also have lofty ideals which we strive daily to manifest in concrete reality.
Though our basic needs are met through the operating budget we need help each year for maintenance and repairs. With 4 homes, the community building, the barn, outbuildings and 200 acres maintenance is a sizeable and ongoing expense.
We are saving to build a care house so we can continue to meet people’s needs as they age and require more assistance.
It is our hope and intention over the next few years to create a significant endowment for tuition assistance. Is this audacious? Probably yes. Can it be done? We think so. Through generous support we have started a Tuition Assistance Fund of which only the interest is used. With God’s grace, your philanthropy and by putting one foot in front of the other we will walk toward the ability to meet those in need regardless of financial ability.
We are a small organization, which in order to preserve our unique character will remain small. We cannot afford a ‘fund raising’ staff. Our vision is mighty, our will is strong and we want to do more. Can you help us?
Plowshare Farm is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. Donations are tax deductible.