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Coffee & Causes

United Way’s ”Coffee and Causes” gatherings are a great way for retirees and other interested adults to gain information about resources and volunteer opportunities available to them in the community. Each month United Way invites experts to talk about their topic. Local non-profit groups are invited to share information about their volunteer opportunities as well. Lively discussion is encouraged! Programs are normally held on a first Monday of the month. Locations rotate throughout the 10-town area served by United Way of Greater Nashua. Contact United Way at or (603)882-4011 with questions about this series.


NH State Plan on Aging

September 8, 10:30am
Nashua Senior Activity Center

Representatives from the NH Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS) will speak about the 2024 – 2027 New Hampshire State Plan on Aging, which is part of a statewide outreach effort to improve BEAS’s understanding of the needs of people who are aging in New Hampshire.

Some of the topics covered will be caregiver support, equity for seniors, and home-based community services. Representatives from ServiceLink will also speak.

Register to attend here:


Advocacy Essentials

October 6, 11:30am
Rogers Memorial Library, Hudson, NH

Jess Wojenski, New Futures Training Manager and Martha McLeod, NH AHA Community Engagement Coordinator, will provide an Advocacy Essentials training that includes information about the NH Legislature, the power of your personal story, and basic advocacy skills for connecting with your elected officials.

Register to attend here:

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