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Spotlight Week                         March 19-24th

Spotlight Week is a week long event showcasing Green Dot Spots in our community with an end-of-the week celebration--where prizes up to $500 will be given out to lucky winners!

How to participate:

1. Visit a participating Green Dot Spot for a Spotlight Week Passport. Or click here to download one.

2. During the week, take your passport to other Green Dot Spots and fill it with stamps!

3. THEN on Saturday, March 24, take your card to The Java Cup to be entered in a raffle for a chance to win either $500, $100, or $50.

March 24, from 10am-12pm

The Java Cup

37 Pleasant St.

Claremont, NH 03743

*The drawings will be held at 11:30.

* Your first coffee is on us!

Event Details

Some spots may opt out of stamping Green Dot passports, if that's the case, take a selfie of yourself at the spot and show it to us to enter into the drawing. In the event that a Spot has run out of passports you can download one here.

Below is a list of the newest Green Dot Spots. Have fun!

What is a

Green Dot Spot? 

Green Dot Spots are the pioneer businesses, agencies, and groups that proudly announce their contribution to a safer community. Making your workplace a Green Dot Spot is a powerful way to use your influence to let everyone know that you are not okay with violence and you invite everyone to do their part to make our community safer.

Green Dot Spot Benefits

  • Team bonding during training

  • Support in promoting a safer workplace

  • Showing that you care about our community

  • Certificate for training participants

  • Green Dot Spot Signage

  • Listed on CGD website as a Green Dot Spot

Introducing Our Newest Green Dot Spots:

Time-Out Americana Grill

Farro Deli

Ink Factory

SAU 6 Office

TLC Family Resource Center

Marion L. Phillips Apartments

Mascoma Bank

Turning Points Network

Changes Thrift Store

Greater Claremont Area Chamber of Commerce

Groups- recover together

Joe's Family Car Care


Shining Success

The City Manager's Office (please just take a photo outside) 

Lambert's Auto

Doolittle's Print Serve, Inc.

Lake Sunapee Bank-a Division of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust

Amplified Arts

Century 21 Highview Realty

The Java Cup

Tami's  Uptown  Bakery

Mountainside Tattoo and Piercing

H&R  Block

Fiske Free Library

DCYF (please just take a photo outside)

Previous Spotlight Week Groups

Five Star

Golden Cross Ambulance has the potential to influence and change the culture in Claremont.  We want to be on the forefront of preventing violence.

New Hampshire Legal Assistance is committed to the idea that all people deserve equal access to justice. That means we believe everyone deserves a safe and healthy home, and being a Green Dot Spot is our way to stand up and proclaim our values.

TLC Family Resource Center recognizes the life-long trauma that exposure to violence can cause in children and families. We envision a world in which no one has to be exposed to violence.

Claremont Green Dot can reduce violence in Claremont by 40%.  TPN is excited to be a part of this City initiative and to work with smart, tenacious, and enthusiastic partners.

Four Star

Valley Regional Healthcare has committed to helping reduce violence by becoming a Green Dot training site, training at least 75% of our staff on Bystander Intervention, and spreading the word in our community. Our mission is to keep our community healthy, and the Green Dot program is an evidence-based way to help our neighbors be safer and healthier.

West Central Behavioral Health is committed to being a Green Dot Spot because we know that violence is an issue that is critical for all members of our community. We must all take part in bringing difficult subjects – like domestic violence, mental illness, and other topics that are cloaked in silence due to stigma – out in the open.  Safety begins with mutual respect for our fellow citizens. We’re here to promote greater understanding and engagement.

Three Star

The Claremont School District is committed to being a Green Dot Spot because we believe we can make our community a safer place for our children. All children deserve a safe environment to learn, grow and thrive!

Two Star

DCYF, Ink Factory & Vegetaballs

Rising Stars

Adams Physical Therapy, Kit n' Kaboodle Consignments, One Last Life, Southwestern Community Services, CSB Community Center, Eagle Times, Granite State College, Southwestern Community Services, Pleasant Street Restaurant, Lake Sunapee Bank, National Field Representatives, Mascoma Savings Bank &Time-Out Americana Grill

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