Ways to Give

A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.

- Christopher Reeve

There are so many ways to make a difference!

As a non-profit organization, NEPS counts on generous donations from individuals and businesses in our community to continue our mission. We appreciate your support — it means the world to us and those we serve!

Our Annual Fundraising Campaign

To celebrate our 35th anniversary, NEPS will be honoring the Founders’ original vision. We will be shining a spotlight on not only our growth and development as an agency, but also on the positive impact incorporation has made on both the community and the individuals we support.

Make a Donation

Each dollar is greatly appreciated. Donations may be given to a specific, or multiple, services and/or programs.

Drop-Off Supplies

More than one way to give – NEPS welcomes supplies! Supply donations can be dropped off during business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are a major part of our success.  We would not achieve nearly as much as we do without our volunteers who generously donate their time and expertise.

Learn About Our Latest Community Initiative

The People’s Barn at Northeast Placement Services

The new 60 x 30 building is the home-base for Iron Horse Landscaping Services and Working Bees Janitorial Services, housing a repair shop and equipment storage, as well as space for work crews to congregate in the morning before they go out for the day.  It is our vision that the work done in “the barn” will enhance the skills of the people we serve, expanding their knowledge and skill base; offering the resources to realize their dreams of contributing to the community.

 

This project could not have been possible without the help from this amazing community.

Special thanks to the ‘Raise the Barn Campaign’ major donors: Linemaster Switch, Gerardi Insurance Services, Putnam Bank, Centreville Bank, Charter Oak Federal Credit Union, J.B. Concrete and the Putnam Area Foundation.

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