New Horizons board members are uncompensated volunteers who serve a three year term.
Dr. Peter Kachavos
Village MD of New Hampshire
Rimol Greenhouse Systems
Westbridge Community Services
Our Mission, Our History, and What We Hope To Achieve
New Horizons operates an emergency homeless shelter, soup kitchen, food pantry and Angie’s Shelter for Women. The shelters house an average of 60 people each night, the soup kitchen serves over 200 meals daily and the food pantry provides food to over 900 families each month.
Our soup kitchen was started in 1979, our emergency homeless shelter opened in 1981, our food pantry opened 1983 and Angie’s Shelter for Women opened its doors in 2002. New Horizons is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.