ORGANIZATIONS

Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that represent more than 30 cultures from around the world, presented by folks who live and work locally. 


It takes a village to assist and empower new Americans to acclimate to their new home here in Concord, and other cities in New Hampshire. Fortunately, there are many organizations and groups who work together to provide support to newly arriving families. The services provided by the various organizations not only support new Americans as they adjust to their new home, but also empower them to truly become part of their new communities.   


2018 VENDORS


ACLU-NH

Civil Liberties

Stickers, pins, posters and other free swag related to ACLU issues and engaging new volunteers and supporters


All Hands In NH

We will be  presenting information on our emerging efforts and the ideas about how NH can become a more environmentally conscious state, providing sustainable organic gardens in local  communities.


Alzheimer's Association  

The Alzheimer's Association will be sharing information about memory loss, our programs and services, local resources, and upcoming events.  We will have materials in both English and Spanish.


Ascentria Care Alliance


Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH  

Information about BBBSNH: one-to-one mentoring programs that change children's lives for the better, forever. We are expanding our services in the area and looking to connect. 


Carepoint Plus

Company specific Information and promotional materials


Coalition for Open Democracy  

Literature and information on voting rights, transparency in elections, campaign finance reform and civics.


Concord Friends Meeting

Presenting introduction to Concord Friends Meeting and Quaker values. 


Disability Rights Center - NH

We'll share information about voting rights of people with disabilities, assistive technology and our services.  We'll also be bringing an accessible voting machine so that everyone can try it out.


Franco American Center

Information about our cultural organization: Celebrate, educate and preserve the Franco-American Heritage of NH.


Granite Stone Deaf 

Deaf and Hard of Hearing 

Wristbands that say ""Action Through Community"" to raise funds for activities for deaf, hard of hearing and DeafBlind people in NH. Topics about Deaf Culture in the US + NH (education, history, civil rights, language, art)


Hokuto Taiko Dojo, INC.  

Information about Japanese taiko drumming, classes, and how the local community can support our mission to share Japanese culture through the sound of Japanese drumming and immersion.


International Institute of New England - Manchester  

Information booth about IINE


Making Matters NH

Information about Maker's Space project and a craft activity


NH NASW  

Information about our membership organization and Diversity Awareness Committee happenings. 


NH Peace Action Education Fund 

Peace themed literature and merchandise


People First of NH  

Information about self-advocacy and the annual Learn it! Live it! Love it! Conference 


Population Connection Action Fund

A table with information on the #Fight4HER, a nonprofit group fighting for increased access to international family planning programs in developing nations, to ensure that every woman, girl, and person seeking care can make their own healthcare decisions without exceptions. We work to spread information on the lives and impact on those lives, of people who live in developing nations and are impacted by federal funding in the US.


Sycamore Community Garden

Promoting the mission of our garden, volunteer opportunities and upcoming events


Zonta Club of Concord

Flag Activity, Club Information and Voter Registration Information


We will continue updating this list as it gets closer - stay tuned! In the meantime, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter + Instagram, and sign up for email updates

Zonta Club of Concord NH, a local  organization, brings a flag activity to the festival each year

Zonta Club of Concord NH, a local organization, brings a flag activity to the festival each year

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Thank you for your interest in participating in the 12th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival! With your participation, we are able to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching. Nonprofit organizations, social service agencies and businesses who have relevant information to share with Festival attendees are invited to have a booth at the event. Please complete the registration below. 


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Presenting Sponsors