Marguerites Place

On behalf of the Board of Directors, the entire staff of Marguerite’s Place, as well as our grateful residents, we thank you for your generosity and compassion in supporting our spring fundraiser, Miami Nights.  Your investment in the work we do goes a long way to improve the lives of the families we serve.


Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate, Masiello Group of Windham
Merrimack County Savings Bank


Corriveau Insurance Agency
Gate City Electric
Lockheed Martin
St. Joseph Hospital
Stanley Elevator


Anagnost Investments
Continental Paving
Enterprise Bank
Newport Construction



We are thrilled to share that we won Give A Click! Thank you to Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union, and thank you to all that voted!

$1500.00 means so much to our families here at Marguerite’s Place and we wouldn’t be rejoicing without your support!

Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union reported: 

“Congratulations to our first quarter Give-A-Click winner, Marguerite’s Place, Inc.!! This Nashua non-profit organization works to help women and their children make their way from homelessness to permanent self-sufficiency. They received a $1,500 donation from our We Share A Common Thread Foundation. Thank you to our two other participants this quarter, The Front Door Agency and Nashua Childrens Home, and thank you to everyone who voted!

Our second quarter contest kicked off on April 1st with Uncommon Threads, Humane Society for Greater Nashua and Greater Lawrence Community Boating Program Inc. as our featured organizations. Watch the short videos to learn more about each one and then cast your vote!


Your Click Can Earn $1,500 for Marguerite’s Place

You can pay it forward! A vote for Marguerite’s Place, Inc. will help homeless women with children win a $1,500 donation from the Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union. Make a difference by voting and sharing this with your friends and colleagues. Visit

A Final Act of Service

It’s a bittersweet moment at Marguerite’s Place, Inc. as the Nashua Exchange Club presents their final donation of $15,000 to the children of Marguerite’s Place, Inc.’s Preschool class. Back row from left to right:  Bob Lavoie, Exchangite and Volunteer, Barbara A. Alves, Exchangite and CEO/President of Marguerite’s Place, Inc., Richard Guidoboni, Exchangite and Director of Marguerite’s Place, Inc. and Phil Bouchard, Exchangite and Board Chairman of Marguerite’s Place, Inc.

It was a historic day in 2017 when The Nashua Exchange Club performed its final act of service with a donation of $15,000 to Marguerite’s Place, Inc.  The Club closed however, it’s many members are still active in community service.

“This is a bittersweet moment for me,” explained Barbara A. Alves, CEO and President of Marguerite’s Place, Inc. “I have belonged to the Nashua Exchange Club for six years and am very proud of what our club has accomplished over the years. We were a small group that shared a commitment to improving the lives of others in our community. This relatively small club has supported Marguerite’s Place, Inc. since it was founded by Sisters Sharon Walsh and Elaine Fahey in 1994,” said Alves.

Over the years, the Nashua Club donated $100,000 to the homeless families served by Marguerite’s Place, Inc. “Our commitment to Marguerite’s Place, Inc. was easy.  We witnessed first-hand the positive impact their services have on families and the community.  As a Strengthening Families childcare center, Marguerite’s Place, Inc. is committed to the prevention of child abuse as is The National Exchange Club and our local club,” said Philippe Bouchard, Exchangite and newly appointed Board Chairman of Marguerite’s Place, Inc.

“It was a natural collaboration because our missions align,” added Bouchard.

Bob Lavoie, is also an Exchangite and he plays an active role in volunteering at Marguerite’s Place, Inc. as the organization’s grocery shopper. His commitment has earned the organization over $15,000 in awards from the New England Patriot’s Foundation and Safeco Insurance Company.  “I do it for the kids,” is Bob’s modest mantra.

“Improving the lives of those in our local community is something that we are all very proud of,” added Rich Guidoboni of the Nashua Exchange Club and Marguerite’s Place Inc.’s Board of Directors. “We were a small, hard working group that enjoyed each other so running our famous Ski Swaps was easy,” concluded Guidoboni.

“I am so grateful and proud of what we did accomplish as a club and as the CEO of Marguerite’s Place, we will use these funds to continue to improve the lives of homeless women and children in the greater Nashua community,” said Alves.