Non-Profit, Charitable Community since 1909.
“we view the Jennie Scott Legacy Fund as a heartfelt way to assist our residents.”
Non-Profit Charitable Community Since 1909
The Peterborough Home for the Aged Opened on November 20, 1909, as a home for citizens who did not have family to care for them in their old age. Residents gave what they could and the Monadnock community took care of the rest. There was much community support in making the Home for the Aged function.
Since the inception of the Home, gifts have continually been made, including furniture, crockery, fuel, groceries, physician services and medicines.
Today, Scott-Farrar continues the to look to the Monadnock community to keep its Non-Profit Mission alive. Financial contributions have helped residents who have moved into Scott-Farrar stay in their home when they outlive their assets.
Please help us keep our Non-Profit Charitable mission alive by making a contribution the Jennie Scott Legacy Fund.
Jenny Scott Legacy Fund
History – For 110 years Scott-Farrar has been able to assist Residents in our community who have outlived their financial resources, to stay in their home. Guided by our non-profit, charitable mission of “providing a healthy, safe, home-like environment for the Monadnock Region’s older citizens,” we view the Jennie Scott Legacy Fund as a heartfelt way to assist our residents.
Donations – As we enter this exciting new chapter in Scott-Farrar’s lengthy history, it is with your support that we will be able to support others. Gifts to the Jennie Scott Legacy Fund are an essential part of ensuring our ability to continue caring for the needs of area seniors well into the future.
Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Jennie Scott Legacy Fund. Help us keep Jenny Scott’s vision alive. Help support seniors who may have outlived their assets stay in their home.
For more information about our philanthropic efforts, please contact
Lara Shea, CEO, at 603-924-3691 or make a donation online (follow link below)