Non-Profit Involvement

Centurion’s Non-Profit Involvement

Centurion’s Dedication to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth – CHaD

As a Chad partner, Centurion Insurance Group has been an ardent supporter of pediatric medicine at DHMC for over 25 years.  From Well-child care, to highly specialized treatment options, to teaching injury prevention and offering family support services for critically ill patients, CHaD provides a comprehensive array of much needed services and assistance to children and their families.

For the last twenty five years, Centurion, has proudly sponsored the CHaD Classic Golf Tournament, in Quechee, Vermont.  The Master’s Sponsorship offers a wonderful opportunity for the business community to support and learn about the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth in caring for children in New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine.

You’re invited to participate in Centurion’s Quotes Fore Kids campaign.  Simply call Centurion, identify yourself as a CHaD supporter and request a package quote for Home and Auto Insurance.  Centurion will donate $10 to CHaD whether you purchase the policies or not.  It’s just that easy!

Just want to give to CHaD?  Staying in the hospital can be a very trying time for children and their families.  You can help make it easier.   Click here for a unique way to bring a smile to a sick or injured child’s face by purchasing an item from CHaD’s Wish List.

QLLA Charities

Quechee Lakes Landowners Association Charities has raised over $1.6 million to benefit the children of CHaD. Entities that have benefited from the generosity of QLLa Charites include the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), the QLLA suite in the Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery, a new Pain Free Center for children, and the CHaD Family Center.  Since 2005, QLLA Charities has given all proceeds to CAPP, CHaD’s Advocacy and Protection Program, to fight physical, sexual and mental abuse of children.

WISE (Women’s Information Service)

Wise is a resource center for women who have suffered domestic and sexual violence at home or in the work place.  Wise offers support thru an emergency crisis line, temporary shelter or in navigating the court system.

Montshire Museum

Nestled in the rolling hills of Norwich, Vermont, one will find the Montshire Museum where visitors will be treated to nature walks, an outdoor science park, hands-on exhibits, live animal exhibits, educational programs, and Andy’s Place where preschool children can explore the wonders of science.

Community College System of New Hampshire

The Community College System of New Hampshire is composed of seven independent colleges of higher education.  Community Colleges offer a multitude of programs, accessible faculty and affordable tuition to today’s student.

Howe Library, Hanover, New Hampshire

The Howe Library was established in 1900, and has been recognized as one of the top “small town libraries” in the nation.  With a large addition, in 2005, the library boosts of a huge selection of books, audio books; children’s reading room and programs, download of E Books, online library, home delivery of books, wireless, library book club, internet, café, art gallery, meeting rooms, art displays, and the Etna Library.

Kilton Library, West Lebanon, New Hampshire

The Kilton Library is a new state of the art library in West Lebanon, NH. Completed in July, 2010. The library has sensors that sense daylight, and adjusts the lighting inside the library, along with solar panels that help to heat the library in the winter.  Along with a large selection of books, periodicals, DVD’s, books on CD, internet and wireless, there is a children’s area and a number of rooms available for meetings and educational seminars.

Cover

Volunteers donate time, money and services to assist home repair for low-income, disabled or elderly residents of the Upper Valley. Donated items such as building materials, appliances, furniture, dishes and other house hold items are on sale in the Cover store.

Leadership Upper Valley

A program for business leaders to convene and share ideas and networking in promoting awareness of the Upper Valley. Monthly meetings are held to learn about communications, government, environment, education and transportation.