Coming soon - June 9 - 10, 6pm - 6pm:
24 hours to celebrate giving across New Hampshire!

Raymond Coalition for Youth
Promoting Positive Healthy Choices for Youth since 2002!
Causes: Youth, Health and Wellness, Substance Abuse Prevention
Tuesday June 9th, starting at 6 pm,  is a special event - NH Gives.  NH Gives is a powerful, statewide 24-hour online fundraising event that is designed to build community, connect donors to local nonprofits, and generate excitement about the nonprofit sector.

We are very excited about a new project - bringing Disc Golf to Raymond, NH. Help support our community and make this possibility a reality!  The cost for a complete Disc Golf Course is $46,500.  Every donation counts, but please consider doubling the impact of your donation starting at 6 pm Tuesday, June 9th, when NH Gives is matching all donations until their charitable funds of $250,000 are expended.

As you know, we are in year 10 of our Drug Free Communities 10 year Grant.  We have many levels to give, and of course you can also designate your own amount. 
Starting at 6 pm on June 9th, every online donation made at to every participating organization will be matched dollar for dollar (up to $1,000 per donation) until all the funds have been expended. 

The Raymond Coalition for Youth (RCFY) is the 2020 NH Nonprofit Community Impact Award recipient provided by Harvard Pilgrim Health Foundation. RCFY has successfully, been working in the community of Raymond NH since 2002 with a mission to empower the community to promote positive youth development and reduce youth substance use and suicide risk.

We are located in Raymond NH but the reach of our efforts is far beyond our town borders providing support through engaging activities, safe prevention messaging, and monthly RCFY networking opportunities for youth and adults.

The Raymond Coalition For Youth is the community at its best. RCFY proactively engages, supports, and works together with our youth to create positive environments to support youth living healthy, happy lives. To quote a youth action member, “RCFY takes on the important topics that others don’t want to talk about or deal with, we make a difference where it is needed most.”

When RCFY started in 2002 Raymond had higher than state averages for past 30-day substance misuse. By working together we are happy to say that we have significantly reduced substance misuse and in 2019 our Youth Risk Behavior Survey results show that we are below the state average for alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, vaping, and other drug use. RCFY efforts include providing resources and increasing access to supports and opportunities. Your donation would be supporting: