Community Partners


“Thanks to the support of local organizations like Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, Vermont Works for Women will be bringing the LUNAFEST film festival to the Upper Valley for the first time this spring!” said Rhoni Basden, executive director of Vermont Works for Women.”

“Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital has been a stalwart supporter of music education in the community and has helped us to make our Holiday Music Festival free for the whole community. We believe music has so many benefits for our health, and we're glad that APD feels the same way!” said Erin Jenkins Smith, assistant director of Upper Valley Music Center."

"CCBA and APD are aligned — our organizations know healthy habits and prevention are the first step,” said Kerry Artman, executive director of the CCBA. “It’s a natural partnership.”

APD is committed to building a healthier community, one connection at a time. We work closely with a wide range of community organizations throughout the Upper Valley that help make our vision a reality. 

The following are some of the community groups with whom we work:

APD also hosts community groups at facilities at its campus for free, including the New Hampshire and Vermont Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Lebanon Rotary Club. Please contact our Community Health and Engagement Officer if your organization would like to access this opportunity.


CCBA and APD: A Healthy History of Collaboration

The Carter Community Building Association (CCBA), and APD are working together to promote the health and well-being of local residents.

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