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The mission of the Citizen Corps is to harness the power of every individual through education, training, and volunteer service to make communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, public health issues, and disasters of all kinds.

It starts with you! The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) are integral parts of the Citizen Corps, the grass-roots movement that actively involves everyone in making our communities and our nation safer, stronger, and better prepared.  All over America, communities have organized Citizen Corps Councils to inspire people to take action and get involved

 

 Join Now! 

  1. Click on NH Responds button above.

  2. Click on the "Register Now" button under Medical Reserve Corps.

  3.  Select the Carroll County MRC.

  4.  Follow the instructions to complete the application.

 


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Granite United Way kicks off its Day of Caring events every September.

Our Day of Caring events support local nonprofits across the regions who submitted ‘wish lists’ of projects to be completed – everything from painting and landscaping to office work and help at equine facilities. Granite United Way staff helped match up corporate teams and community volunteers to provide the 'sweat equity' needed.

“Any nonprofit organization is invited to submit a project for Day of Caring. Companies and community members volunteer to help out with projects that many nonprofits don’t have the people power to do,” said Val Guy, Area Director for Merrimack County and Day of Caring coordinator.  “This event continues to grow with the support of our corporate partners and community volunteers.”

Check out photos from our kick off events and projects across each region for f2016.

Southern Region          Merrimack County          Northern Region

Upper Valley                 Central Region