Other Ways to Give
There are many ways you can support Special Olympics New Hampshire mission to create a more inclusive world. Explore fun and easy ways to give back below.
Recycle for Good
Ecomsmith Recyclers is a sustainable, locally owned, for-profit family business serving New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine. Since 1991, Ecosmith Recyclers has kept over 45 million pounds of shoes, clothing and household textiles out of landfills, and in circulation, while giving back over three-quarters of a million dollars to local non-profit groups.
Currently, there are more than a dozen bins around the state of New Hampshire that helps support Special Olympics New Hampshire. When people drop off their unwanted textiles in the bins, the items are bound, sold and sent abroad and SONH receives a percentage of the proceeds that come from these Ecosmith bins. If you have any unwanted textiles bring them to one of these bins to one of the locations down below and help support SONH!
If you know of a suitable location in New Hampshire, we would love to hear from you! Please contact:
Director of Development
(603) 624-1250 x32
Keep your eye out for an Ecosmith bin in your town bearing the Special Olympics logo and support our athletes by dropping off your unwanted clothes, shoes, and household textiles today! Click here for information about Ecosmith.
Support SONH with TD Bank
Now through June 7th, you can stand behind the 2,965 Special Olympics New Hampshire athletes when you visit your local TD Bank. Make a $5 donation to get your wristband and show your support for making our communities more inclusive. When we Choose to Include with sports as a shared experience, friendships are formed that extend beyond the playing field into schools, workplaces and communities. Join us!
From June 28th to July 21st visit your local Circle K and you can help us fuel the dreams of nearly 3,000 athletes across New Hampshire while fueling your car! Make a $1 donation and you’ll receive a window decal so you can proudly display your support of Special Olympics New Hampshire and the Law Enforcement Torch Run.