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The WREN Board and current staff continue to address the realities of our financial situation and explore options for moving forward. This process has been shaped by a two day intensive process conducted in February that engaged members, staff and others in the wider community. We have begun a measured and thoughtful reemergence, one that actively seeks to uphold our founding mission of supporting better lives and livelihoods, while embracing the needs and desires of the next generation of WREN members.

We continue to offer support for those wanting to start or grow their businesses. Check out our classes scheduled through early summer on our Classes & Events page. The WREN Board of Directors is also examining our options for how best to utilize our Main Street Bethlehem retail space and expects to announce our plans later this Spring.

We continue to offer no cost business development support to income eligible emerging and established business owners living in New Hampshire. For example, a single person residing in Grafton County qualifies if her/his household income at or below $40,900. For more info, contact Katy Curnyn at katyc@wrenworks.org

2019 marks WREN’s 25th year. We began in 1994 with twelve bold and resourceful women working to create opportunities for themselves and others. We continue that work today. We hope you will join us in celebrating all that WREN has done and will do in the years ahead!