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.
Waypoint has named Colleen Kelty to a new Director of Impact position, promoted Erin George-Kelly to Director of Innovation and Strategic Initiatives, and added Cindy Stewart as Interim Development Director. These three individuals bring decades of experience to Waypoint’s leadership team and will help the organization further its mission to empower New Hampshire citizens.
The Service CU Impact Foundation is awarding over $100,000 in scholarships to high school seniors and adult learners. Additionally, for the first time since the scholarship program began in 2021, the Foundation will also award one $5,000 scholarship to an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing an education in the culinary arts.
The New Hampshire Food Bank’s 8th Annual Steel Chef Challenge, presented by Service Credit Union, will feature celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson hosting an exciting cooking competition featuring four of NH’s best professional chefs! Join us on April 8, 2024 for an exciting evening in support of the NH Food Bank and its programming!
ConvenientMD, New England’s leading urgent care provider, recently donated $1,250 to the Webster House. This comes as a result of each of its pledge made earlier this fall to make donations corresponding with the number of flu shots given at each clinic. 40 ConvenientMD urgent care clinics and four ConvenientMD primary care locations across New England have made donations to a local charity in their community. ConvenientMD has both an urgent care clinic as well as a primary care office in Manchester. Both locations chose The Webster House to be their recipient for this year’s donation.
Families in Transition will host the 30th Annual Breakfast on Tuesday, November 21, 2023. Hundreds of businesses, political and community leaders will gather at the organization’s largest annual fundraiser to kick off the holiday season with heartfelt giving in support of people experiencing homelessness and food insecurity in the Granite State. Last year, the event drew more than 520 people and raised $250,000 to support the mission of preventing and breaking the cycle of homelessness.