The Way Home fundraiser with a twist: Pay to Stay at Home #PajamaGala

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MANCHESTER, NH — On Friday, December 13, The Way Home is excited to “host” a special fund-raising event in which participants can support a great cause while enjoying a relaxing evening at home with family and friends.

“The typical charity gala can involve a dinner and more formal wear,” said Bianka Beaudoin, Chief Executive Officer at The Way Home.  “We’re switching it up a bit with our Pajama Gala where supporters of our agency can donate from the comfort of their homes.  They don’t have to worry about dressing up, finding a place to park and then going to an event.  And donors can be assured that all the dollars raised go directly to our cause without the overhead of an event. Looking to get involved you can sponsor, donate an item, and/or NOT attend the biggest event of the year!”

The Home Way presents

The Pay to Stay at Home Pajama Gala

A non-event fund raiser

Friday, December 13, 2019

“For more than three decades, our mission has been to help those in need secure and keep safe, affordable housing,” said Beaudoin.  “Hundreds of NH residents literally don’t have a roof over their heads.  This event is a way for those of us to have a place to live to be thankful for what we have and support others.”

Beaudoin added that participants in the event are also encouraged to post photos on social media and use the hashtags #TWH #PajamaGala.  She said those who post and share will be entered into raffles throughout the day on the 13th.

To take part, please visit and click on “Ways to Give” or the banner announcement.

About The Way Home

Now celebrating our 31st year of community service, The Way Home is a non-profit dedicated to helping low-income households obtain and sustain safe, affordable housing throughout the state of New Hampshire.  Since 1988, we have assisted more than 22,000 homeless and high-risk families, individuals, veterans and special needs clients with their housing needs.

Our Mission and Vision statements speak of creatively helping those with the fewest resources. When designing our programs, The Way Home looks first to empower our clients in need. Over the past three decades, this has meant helping them increase their resourcefulness by providing more financial literacy classes, housing counseling, steps to success coaching, healthy home education, landlord/tenant rights and other life skills classes.

Our Vision is to continue as an innovative, grassroots organization committed to creatively helping those with the least resources increase access, raise hope, and build self-esteem.  We believe in implementing a “housing first” approach, which provides secure housing with the support they need to make a difference in their lives.

To learn more, please visit