At the Megan House Foundation, we pride ourselves on building bridges, bridges that connect the various paths to recovery; long-term individualized treatment, safe and supportive housing, employment, and family reunification. To build these bridges, we have at times asked for support from various organizations and individuals in our community. So many have stepped forward to help, either by donating funds and resources, hosting and participating at events, or by selflessly volunteering their time and energy, be it through job and life skills training, or through providing holistic recreational and artistic opportunities. At this year’s 4th anniversary celebration, The Megan House Foundation is honoring a few of our Bridge Builders, individuals who don’t receive headlines or awards but instead work quietly, behind the scenes, to enrich the lives of the young women who call Megan’s House and Erin’s House home.
Kristine Pelletier works for the Pelham School District and Lenzi’s Catering in Dracut. Along with giving selflessly of her time to the young women in recovery through the Megan House Foundation programs, she has been an ardent supporter of many local non-profit organizations, including her efforts in running the Ned Sheehy Memorial Golf Tournament for five years.
Kristine is married to Tim Pelletier and is the proud mother of four children; Nicole, Anthony, Nolan, and Aimee.
Why Kristine Supports Megan’s House:
“My family lives a modest, but great, life and I just want to be able to give back and help people in need.”