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Disability Awareness at NHTI

Tuesday, January 31 – Inspirational Presentation by Nick Scott, Pro Wheelchair Bodybuilder When Nick Scott was only 16 years old, he was involved in a near fatal traffic accident. After his injury and loss of mobility, he gained weight and almost lost hope. But today, you would not recognize him as that person. As a … Continue reading Disability Awareness at NHTI

GSIL’s 1st Annual Skate-A-Thon

Get your skate on at GSIL’s Skate-A-Thon! Saturday, March 11th 4:00pm-8:00pm John F. Kennedy Memorial Coliseum 303 Beech St  | Manchester, NH Bring your family, friends and fellow fun enthusiasts for an evening of ice skating.  Whether you’re looking for a fun night out or just a chance to get active this winter, this event is … Continue reading GSIL’s 1st Annual Skate-A-Thon

Shop Online with Amazon Smile

If you plan to get some great online deals this holiday season, remember to shop with AmazonSmile.  Same prices, same shipping, same everything!  But when you shop with Amazon Smile, 0.5% goes directly to the charity of your choice. By choosing to support Granite State Independent Living (GSIL), you are helping seniors and people with disabilities throughout New … Continue reading Shop Online with Amazon Smile

What Will You Give?

We all know that the holidays are about more than “packages, boxes or bags”, but it’s easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of gift-giving. Fortunately, there’s now a day dedicated to balancing consumerism with altruism.  On Tuesday, November 29, 2016, communities around the world are coming together to celebrate and encourage giving back to … Continue reading What Will You Give?

To the Editor: Voting Integrity

October 19, 2016 To the Editor, As CEO of Granite State Independent Living, and having spent a life time working to promote independent living for people with disabilities, I’m writing to share with you and your readers my experiences over the years working with many election officials. In New Hampshire and across the country I … Continue reading To the Editor: Voting Integrity