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April 16: 4th Annual NH Veterans Summit at the Currier Museum

Building on the momentum to better coordinate both care and awareness efforts surrounding the widespread availability of services to New Hampshire Veterans and their families, Swim With A Mission (SWAM) is hosting the 4th Annual NH Veterans Summit to improve the essential connections needed to maximize the good work being done by dozens of nonprofit Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs).

Webster House Honors John Clayton, raises $250K+ at 3rd Annual ‘Night of Giving’   

Despite the inclement weather, the evening brought together hundreds of community members to celebrate the amazing work being done at Webster House. This year’s event honored  John Clayton, a long-time Manchester resident and past Board member who has a personal connection with the Webster House dating back to his grandfather, who was raised at the home.

Citizens announces $35K in Financial Empowerment Grants to NH nonprofits

In recognition of Financial Literacy Month, Citizens on April 9 announced $35,000 in financial empowerment grants to support two New Hampshire nonprofit organizations as part of the bank’s Citizens Helping Citizens Manage Money program. Through funding and volunteerism, Citizens will support local financial literacy partners that provide training to empower communities to achieve financial wellness and build brighter futures.

Webster House receives $30K from M&T Charitable Foundation

The M&T Charitable Foundation, the philanthropic arm of M&T Bank (NYSE:MTB), announced it has awarded $30,000 to Webster House Children’s Home. The grant is part of the 30 & 30 Initiative in which 30 organizations across the bank’s footprint received $30,000 to fight homelessness and develop affordable housing in low- to moderate-income communities. The 30 & 30 Initiative was launched in commemoration of the foundation’s 30th anniversary.

Prospects Athletics Foundation announces hire of first Executive Director, new board members

The Prospects Athletics Foundation Board of Directors, the governing body of the independent nonprofit dedicated to expanding opportunities and improving futures for all children through the frameworks of organized baseball and softball programs, recently elected three new officers and named their first executive director to lead its operations and growth of its endowment. 

Absolute Title and Girls Inc. of New Hampshire Launch Absolute Success

In recognition of Women’s History Month, Absolute Title is partnering with Girls Inc. of New Hampshire to launch Absolute Success, a program that supports economic literacy and introduces young women to career pathways in the real estate business.

Chris Wellington to serve Easterseals as Senior VP of Housing and Property Development

In this newly created role, Chris Wellington will manage financial, project development and advocacy efforts related to the organization’s housing and facilities. Among his responsibilities, Wellington will oversee and collaborate on housing and project development budgets, conduct capital planning and needs analysis, assess facilities needs and identify opportunities for renovation or new construction, and advocate at the state and local level for individuals and families served by housing and facilities provided by Easterseals NH & VT.

Hope for NH Recovery names new Executive Director

Randy Stevens comes to Hope Recovery from The Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative led by the Governor’s Office, administered through Granite United Way, where he most recently worked as a Recovery Friendly Advisor.

Easterseals NH acquires Gold Street property for growing transportation program

Easterseals NH has acquired a property at 782 Gold St. in South Manchester, the site of the former J.D. Byrider car dealership. The space will serve as the new home of the agency’s Transportation Services program, further establishing its status as a provider of choice for demand response and special education student transportation in the community.