NHCF Invests in Kurn Hattin Youth

New England Kurn Hattin Homes recently received an $8,000 grant award from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Ira S. and Gertrude S. Hubbard Memorial Fund. 

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Over 120 years ago the Reverend Charles A. Dickinson of Westminster, Vermont, asked himself the age old question, “Am I my brother’s keeper?” In his affirmative answer the vision of Kurn Hattin Homes was born. He endeavored to provide the safety, security and stability necessary for children in need to reach their full potential by creating a supportive, structured, family style educational and residential community. The unfolding story of Kurn Hattin is an inspiring example of the powerful transformation that kindness, discipline, knowledge, caring, recognition, and trust can give a child in need.

Charity Navigator Renews Kurn Hattins Homes' Four-star Rating

Westminster, VT– New England Kurn Hattin Homes was recently awarded a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. The 4-star rating is a result of Kurn Hattin Homes’ maintaining sound fiscal management practices and a commitment to accountability and transparency in its efforts of transforming children and their families forever. This is Kurn Hattin Homes’ second consecutive year receiving the 4-star rating.

Media day at Kurn Hattin

BY JOEL SLUTSKY
The Shopper

Westminster - As the June graduation approaches for Kurn Hattin students, the anxiety level is on the rise. The eighth graders will be graduating on June 10 and many will be returning to their homes. The myriad of reasons why students came to the school, whether because of abuse, poverty, homelessness or a difficult home situation, is often heightened as the school season ends. But these graduates have been transformed by the school and are not the same people who first came here. These children are not just leaving any school but a school unlike anything they’ve seen before and in many cases that helped turn their lives around. “From now on I will only have one home; Kurn Hattin is my home,” said a graduate in a filmed presentation.

Kurn Hattin Homes Celebrates Volunteers

Kurn Hattin Homes for Children celebrated its 123 volunteers at the May 4, 2016 Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon. School Principal Noah Noyes thanked the volunteers, “Kurn Hattin is so fortunate to have so many kind, generous, and dedicated volunteers. In addition to their commitment to deserving children, they are excellent role models of community service.