Hired full-time staff
Received a three-year grant from the Federal government
Signed the lease for Brigid’s House
Hired a part time Program Manager
Bethany Cottrell named as one of the 40 under forty in New Hampshire by the Union Leader.
Brigid’s House of Hope became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
Brigid’s House of Hope opened, providing safe housing for survivors of human trafficking.
First Annual meeting of the Board held. Building Committee formed. Planning and assessment of rental property underway.
Rental property opportunity made available to the Board. Currently being renovated.
Bethany Cottrell hired as part-time Executive Director of Brigid’s House of Hope.