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WElcome to ABLE NH!

ABLE NH advocates for the civil and human rights of all children and adults with disabilities and promotes full participation by improving systems of supports, connecting families, inspiring communities and influencing public policy.   

To learn more, watch our video.

What's going on at ABLE? 

Task Force Work Begins

On November 5th, the membership of ABLE NH met and chose the issues of focus for the coming year.

1.  The Right to Communicate

2.  Employment and Transition

If you would like more information or want to join either task force - Call Linda Q at 603-494-1183

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Beth Dixon Named ABLE Board of Directors President
  • Don Shumway joins the ABLE Board of Directors
  • Linda Quintanilha named Organizing Director
 

Advocacy Training at the DRC

Did you know the Disability Rights Center (DRC) is having an series of free workshops that can help you learn how to advocate for accessibility in your community?  To learn more click here 

How you can get involved

We need volunteers to help plan the issues assembly on November 5th, We are beginning our fall fund raiser planning committee and would like some new ideas and thoughts on .

Does Meeting planning sound like fun? 

Spring Fundraiser

We need new committee members to help us plan our spring event.  Party people can sign up anytime!

Golf Tournament team

The golf tournament is one of our most successful events and every year we need help selling sponsorships and recruiting golfers.

Too busy to volunteer? Financial Support is always needed.

No state or federal funds

ABLE receives not state or federal funding.  This allows ABLE to chose our own issues and be truly membership driven without ties to governmental rule. It also means we work hard to raise every dime.

Membership

Membership begins with an investment of $60 per year.  Our goal for the end of 2016 is to have 25 new members in December 2016.



Any local issues you'd like to see fixed? Build a Chapter in your area

Chapters - what is a chapter

A chapter is a group of ten or more dues paying members from one region or who have the same interest.

Representation on the Board

Each chapter may elect a representative to the board of directors.



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