Local Resources & Programs

Community Resource Spread Sheet

A group of community focused individuals have started to put together a spread sheet that can be used to communicate needs and services to offer. It has already begun to take shape. Please visit the spread sheet if you are in need of assistance or willing to offer the local community your services. The link can be found here.

Call for Local Volunteers

Need volunteers for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)! Join a community-based team of trained medical & non-medical volunteers who prepare for and respond to emergencies.

For more info see: https://cnhhp.org/new-mrccert-brochure-now-available/ or email: aekstrom@midstatehealth.org.

If you wish to apply: https://www.cnhhp.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Central-NH-Application-2016.pdf

Campton Area Resource Center
The Campton Area Resource Center is a non-profit organization that operates the Got Lunch program for the local schools as well the food pantry through their thrift shop below Handyman Hardware. They primarily serve the Campton/Thornton area the same way that Ladders Thrift Shop and The Pemi Bridge House serves the Plymouth area. They receive a reduced rate on groceries and use funds produced from their thrift store (and private donations) to supply food to local people who are in need. Ladders Thrift Shop and The Bridge House in Plymouth are better funded because they cover a broader area and receive much more traffic. The Campton Area Resource Center has been struggling…  even before the Covid19 pandemic. People usually unload stuff around this time of year… and donations haven’t been coming in.  People aren’t shopping.

Gabe Nizetic, who just recently took over the operation of the CARC, said the organization really is in dire straits at this point, having only $900 in their account. We have injected the funds raised so far through the Roper Real Estate GoFundMe page, and the “Waterville Valley Foundation” has also stepped up to help save the CARC and the Hancock Fund.  The CARC is in the process of coordinating volunteers, scheduling food deliveries to the elderly, and will be fielding many calls in the upcoming weeks as the shelter in place order continues…

Again, thanks to everyone who have generously donated to date. If you haven’t donated yet and would like to help… click on this link for the GoFundMe campaign. Every little bit helps. Many have asked where to send a check instead of going through the GoFundMe campaign. If that is your preference, please send to:

Campton Area Resource Center

PO Box 1522

Campton, NH 03223


For email correspondence with CARC- carc.food@gmail.com If you have any additional questions please call their number at (603) 236-6232

Campton Baptist Church Food Pantry
The food pantry that was in the town building has been moved this last year to the Baptist Church. Please contact Shawn at 848-7207.  Shawn will put a box of food together and then contact Mike if there are shortages and/or to coordinate the deliveries.  If Shawn is not available please feel free to contact Mike at 494-1127  (Email is the preferred option at camptonbaptistnh@gmail.com or you can text the list to Mike at 603 494-1127.)   You will also need to provide your name, address and directions if needed.

Internet Access

For those who are struggling to access the internet please follow this link to find a hotspot near you. These are free to the public regardless of whether you have the wireless provider.

The local Campton Library is closed, but has left the wireless routers on. Anyone needing to use the internet should still be able to access it from the parking lot.