CLiF is proud to collaborate with many nonprofit, state, and federal organizations across the New Hampshire and Vermont. Each of our partners provides invaluable expertise that enhances the reach, impact, and efficiency of our programs.

Camp Exclamation Point

CLiF provides interactive storytelling presentations and books to this free summer camp for children who experience limited financial resources, rural isolation, and disruption of life and education.

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Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program

CLiF partners with VRRP to reach various refugee populations in Vermont.

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Head Start

CLiF gives seminars at many Head Start sites to help and encourage low-income parents to read with their children. We also conduct storytelling for parents and children and provide new books for children to select and keep.

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Hunger Free Vermont

CLiF works with Hunger Free Vermont to identify sites for our Summer Readers program.

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International Institute of New Hampshire

CLiF partners with IINH to reach various refugee populations in New Hampshire.

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Good Beginnings

CLiF offers seminars to Good Beginnings staff and volunteers to help them encourage the parents of newborns they serve to read to their children. We also provide new children’s books to distribute to low-income families.

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Kids-A-Part

CLiF collaborates with Kids-A-Part in our Children of Prison Inmates program, particularly at the women’s prison in South Burlington, VT.

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Lutheran Social Services of New England

CLiF partners with LSSNE to reach refugee populations and low-income families in New Hampshire.

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New Hampshire Food Bank

CLiF works with NHFB to identify sites for our Summer Readers program.

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New Hampshire State Library

CLiF works with NHSL to support rural public libraries and school libraries across New Hampshire.

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New Hampshire Department of Corrections

CLiF collaborates with NHDC in our Children of Prison Inmates program as we set up seminars to help inmates read to their children, provide storytelling and new books to children of inmates, and set up children’s book libraries in prison family visiting rooms.

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Vermont Department of Libraries

CLiF works with VDL to support rural public libraries and school libraries across Vermont.

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Everybody Wins! Vermont

CLiF gives storytelling presentations and seminars to mentors, mentees, and parents at various EW!VT sites. Children who attend can also choose new books to keep.

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Vermont Foodbank

CLiF works with Vermont Foodbank to identify sites for our Summer Readers program.

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