The Renee and Dan Plummer Endowment Fund

Total Number of Gifts: 162
Total Value of Gifts: $550,620.00

Recent Donors

Mr. Daniel Plummer

EBSCO Industries

Mr. Daniel Plummer

Michael Staniec

Mr. Daniel Plummer

Mr. Barry Glennon


Mr. Nick Vailas

Ms. I. Roberta Cowell

Mr. Douglas V. Schumann

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The Renee & Dan Plummer was established to provide financial support, in perpetuity, for service members and veterans of all eras, to receive substance abuse treatment and recovery services through Easter Seals NH programs. Treatment includes Easter Seals alcohol and/or drug abuse services, along with Care Coordination through Easter Seals Military & Veterans Services. The Fund honors Renee and Dan Plummer of Portsmouth, NH, for their significant service to their community and the state, including their generous support of Easter Seals NH’s Military and Veterans Services and Veterans Count.

Through Easter Seals NH, The Renee and Dan Plummer Endowment Fund will provide comprehensive substance abuse services along with military and veterans services care coordination, to ensure the dignity, health and overall well-being of veterans of all eras and service members who need treatment. Services may include:

- Residential treatment, a 30-day program, at the Farnum Center in Manchester, NH or Farnum North in Frankin, NH

- Peer-based recovery program for 30, 60 or 90 days, through Webster Place at Farnum North in Franklin, NH
Medical detoxification, available 24 hours a day, at the Farnum Center

- Outpatient programs

- After Care support, including an alumni program offering clinical and peer support, and transitional housing support, ensuring everyone who completes the program has a place to go.

- Easter Seals Military & Veterans Services Care Coordinator, providing ongoing support and help with other needs such as, employment, housing, co-occurring issues (TBI/PTSD), childcare issues, counseling and emergency financial assistance through Veterans Count, the program’s philanthropic arm.

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