Evan Padraig Dube was a kind, intelligent, talented young man. During his 19 years on this planet, he made friends as easily as most people breathe. He was fun loving, goofy, and gentle. People turned to him routinely for his sage advice, counsel, and insights.
An accomplished student, actor and debater, he attended Bates College. In May 2012 he died following a polar plunge during an archeological dig with Bates College on the Shetland Islands, Scotland.
In the wake of his death and inspired by his life, those who knew Evan created a widening circle of kindness and compassion. This has evolved into our nonprofit that will continue to share Evan’s gift for compassion.
We hope you will join this widening circle! Your donation will help us deliver quality programs and provide resources to nourish a more compassionate world.
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WE PROVIDE PROGRAMS AND RESOURCES THAT CULTIVATE COMPASSION THROUGH AWARENESS, INSPIRATION AND EDUCATION.
WHAT WE'VE ACHIEVED
- We have offered a Compassion Convention to members of the Student Councils of southeastern New Hampshire
- We offered a program designed to promote unity, understanding and respect for the sophomore class of Winnacunnet High School, Hampton, NH
- We were incorporated and became recognized by the State of New Hampshire as a nonprofit in 2014
- The IRS recognized us as a section 501(c)(3) public charity in 2015