Hundred Nights, Inc.

PO Box  833

17 Lamson Street

Keene, NH  03431

Ph:  603.352.5197

Fx:  603.352.9601


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HN_Touch A Truck 2016


Market Basket and Sears for providing space and power
UPS Foundation and local UPS employees
the businesses and people who brought their trucks and and cars
all the vendors who set up tables
CJ the DJ
all the great volunteers who helped that day
the door prize donors
and everyone who came out and supported Hundred Nights by
coming to experience the Touch a Truck event on June 26th!

Over $4,000 was raised this year!! Can’t wait til next year!
Here is a list of the winners of the Free Door Prize Drawings
2 FREE Adult Grandstand tickets to Monadnock Speedway on

July 2nd  – won by Kevin Means –  Donated by Swanzey Oil
$10 Gift certificate to Kristen Ann’s Photography Studio

won by Raj Royal –  Donated by Kristen Bagster
$20 Gift certificate to Kristen Ann’s Photography Studio

won by Angela Willey – Donated by Kristen Bagster
$40 Gift certificate to Kristen Ann’s Photography Studio

won by Steven Lamoureux – Donated by Kristen Bagster
1 FREE haircut at Cuts on Main, Winchester ,NH

won by Michael Derusseau – Donated by Sarah Lounder
1 FREE haircut at Cuts on Main, Winchester, NH

won by Chris Wisell – Donated by Sarah Lounder




Hundred Nights Shelter


Hundred Nights, Inc. is a community organization with three components. Our mission is to provide a cold weather shelter which offers clean beds in a safe and warm space from 7pm to 7am during the winter months to our neighbors in need. Concurrently we operate the Open Doors Resource Center which provides a welcoming space for people to gather for sustenance of body and spirit on a year-round basis and hold a Monday night free medical clinic for the uninsured.

Our vision is to work together with the larger community toward a day when no one is homeless, eventually eliminating our own need to exist. Until that day, we aim to be a source of hope and respect for the most vulnerable among us, while providing shelter and opportunities for enrichment and community building.

As we pursue this mission and vision, we are guided by principles and values. The Board and staff will do everything within our means to ensure that every guest and volunteer is treated fairly. The fostering of mutual respect and dignity among people from all walks of life and a sense of pride in the work of the organization will remain at the forefront of discussion, decision and action. Every organization requires rules and standards of operation. It is only when they are not respected that a person would be turned away or denied access to services.

 Mindy Cambiar, Executive Director

  (603) 352-5197