Friday, January 31, 2014

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Not Quite Done...

While we think of March as the official close of the H(EAT) season...this week's snow storm demonstrated that spring isn't quite here we've got a few move fundraising events this winter!  

This Wednesday, March 7th at 7PM:  The Music Hall, in affiliation with H(EAT) and Surfrider Foundation are presenting Manufacturing Stoke: an introspective look into the surf culture's struggle to be environmentally Conscious.

We've got one more Winter's Tale at Red Door on March 18th. Come check out local personalities tell a variety of short, unscripted true-life tales onstage without notes.  Admission is $10, doors open at 6pm. 

And March 24 at 2PM: Join us at Jubilation (2800 Lafayette rd)  for a cardio dance class to benefit H(EAT). With music ranging from latin to rap, followed by refreshments.  The only admission fee is a donation to H(EAT).  C'mon out and give it a try - men and women welcome!

Thanks so much to those who came out to the Press Room this week for Battle of the Brewery Bands! The Evening raised $365 for H(EAT) and the Pres Room threw in an extra $200.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012


We hope you are all still feeling the positive effects of the Mala on Sunday! This year's Yoga Mala was an incredible success - 201 participants raised $11,400  for H(EAT)! Thank you soo much to Erin at Yoga on the Hill for her awesome organizing, Lisa at ChildLite Yoga for the first ever kids Mala, all the teachers and yogis who participated and donated, and the Rivermill at Dover Landing for hosting. Once again, we are grateful to and impressed by the warm yoga community on the seacoast. Your fundraising dollars will truly make a difference to help our struggling neighbors this winter.

Friday, February 3, 2012

What's Up?

Ok, H(EAT) friends and supporters - it's February.  We have a few weeks left in this season's campaign as we bundle up for the coldest time of the year. While the holidays are behind us, and the credit card bills are upon us, it's important to remember that food and fuel assistance is more important now than any other time of year. 
You can help out by making a donation through our website, putting some dollars in the collection canisters you see around town, or attending one of the upcoming H(EAT) benefit events.

This unbelievably successful fundraiser grows in awareness and attendance each year. Hosted at Rivermill at Dover Landing from 9am-noon. Come out to raise money and practice a three hour yoga class taught by area teachers.  For more info, and to register, check out:

THANK YOU TO SKYLER! His two packed shows at The Music Hall Loft on January 21st raised more than $700 for H(EAT). 

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Seacoast Power Yoga and H(EAT)

Seacoast Power Yoga, a power vinyasa yoga studio located on Water Street in Exeter, NH announced H(EAT) as the beneficiary of Seacoast Supports in February. "Seacoast Supports" is a program designed to contribute financial support to non-profit organizations in the seacoast community by donating $1 for every person who takes a yoga class during a designated month.  This program will work with at least four different non-profits per year.  Tara Whitney, owner and founder of the studio, hopes to donated $450 to H(EAT) - "There are families on the seacoast that live month to month and a large fuel bill can make a big difference to them financially. I know that the Seacoast Power Yoga community appreciates the warm yoga room when it's frigid outside. In February, my hope is that the community can spread the warmth outside the studio".
Seacoast Power Yoga offers Baptiste inspired power vinyasa yoga.  This yoga transforms both body and mind.  All levels are welcome to join the Seacoast Power Yoga community.  More information can be found on their website:

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

$10,000 and beyond!

We are thrilled to report that the seacoast has raised more than $10,000 for H(EAT) so far this year! The outpouring of community support, from businesses and individuals, is extraordinary.  And we still have more exciting events to come:
A Winter's Tale returns for its third year, with all proceeds to support H(EAT).  The Red Door Lounge and Martini Bar provides the cozy and intimate atmosphere for this series of live storytelling events, where interesting people share real-life stories, without notes, before a live audience. This year's series builds on sold-out events in 2010 and 2011...featuring veteran storytellers and many new voices. Join us on any or all of the three Sundays that it will be held: January 22, February 26 and March 18. Doors open at 6pm, admission is $10, space in limited.  Advance tickets can be purchased at Re-Enhabit during it's business hours Friday - Sunday, 11am-4pm at 161 Court Street for the next two weekends.  A Winter's Tale is co-sponsored by Re-Enhabit, RiverRun Bookstore and The Wire.
The 4th Annual Yoga Mala will be held on February 12th, at the Rivermill at Dover Landing (who generously donated the space for the event), with all proceeds to benefit H(EAT)! This three hour yoga class is from 9am-noon and will consist of meditation, 108 Sun Salutations and chanting as taught by 19 area yoga teachers.  Last year, Yoga Mala raised $9,000 for H(EAT) and coordinator, Erin Ehlers, hopes to exceed that goal this year!  Registration is $25 per person, and people are encouraged to collect pledges from their peers in support of their efforts. AND this year's Mala offers a class for kids!  ChildLight Yoga in Dover will offer two classes on February 12th, from 8:45am-10:15am and 10:30am- noon. For more info on the child yoga, contact Lisa Flynn at and for more info on the Yoga Mala contact Erin Ehlers at
Skyler's show is coming up quick!  Get your ticket for this Saturday's concert at The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress Street at 8pm. Contact The Music Hall box office at 603-436-2400 or go online to