Bulletin board

Complimentary Conference Room Space from BANKW Staffing

BANKW Staffing is offering complimentary conference room space to nonprofit members of the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits. Conference room space is available in all four of their offices in Bedford, NH, Portsmouth, NH, Boston, MA and Woburn, MA. To view their space or to reserve a conference room, please contact Jillian Vaillancourt at jvaillancourt@bankwstaffing.com.

Loeb School Seeks First Amendment Award Nominees

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications seeks to honor New Hampshire residents or organizations who have worked to protect free speech and free press.

Nominations are open for the school's 17th annual First Amendment Award, honoring diligence in protecting free press and free speech liberties. The recipient will be recognized at an evening gala at the Palace Theatre in Manchester this fall.

A committee of judges chooses the recipient from public nominations. First Amendment recipients receive a bronze eagle sculpture created by Mrs. Loeb and a $1,500 award.

Nomination forms are available at loebschool.org or by calling (603) 627-0005. The deadline for nominations is Monday, September 16. 

The award and the school are legacies of the late Nackey S. Loeb, president and publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader and Sunday News.

Past recipients include:

  • former state Attorney General Philip McLaughlin,
  • former Keene Sentinel Executive Editor Thomas Kearney,
  • former Executive Editor John Howe of The Laconia Citizen,
  • former legislator Daniel Hughes,
  • former Dover City Councilor David Scott,
  • Londonderry High School Journalism Adviser Mary DeWinkeleer,
  • First Amendment attorney William Chapman,
  • former ConVal School Board member Gail Pierson Cromwell,
  • The Portsmouth Herald,
  • David Lang and the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire,
  • The Telegraph of Nashua,
  • slain journalist James Foley,
  • former Portsmouth police officer John Connors,
  • open government activist David Pearl,
  • Timberlane Regional School Board member Donna Green,
  • Right to Know-NH, and
  • columnist and speaker Robert Azzi.

First Amendment judges are:

  • Rod Doherty, former executive editor of Foster's Daily Democrat;
  • Retired N.H. Supreme Court Justice Richard Galway;
  • Attorney Gregory Sullivan of Malloy & Sullivan, LPC.; and
  • previous First Amendment recipients John Howe and Mary DeWinkeleer.

The nonprofit Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, Inc. was founded in 1999 to foster interest, integrity, and excellence in journalism and other forms of communication. It offers free classes and low-cost workshops in communications and media-related topics, taught by professionals from New Hampshire media outlets and businesses.

Function/Event Space in Concord

The Concord Community Music School, conveniently located in downtown Concord, offers its facilities to serve a multitude of rental needs, from business meetings to concerts to creative retreats. The two large performance spaces -- the lovely Recital Hall, formerly a church sanctuary, and the multi-purpose Community Room (each with 150 person capacity) each feature a Steinway B concert grand piano. Our meeting rooms (20-person capacity) are available for breakout sessions or staging areas, and we offer multiple smaller music studios for practice, depending on availability. We also offer use of our small but fully equipped kitchen. The building offers wireless internet connection, is handicap accessible and we offer ample free parking in our Fayette Street lot. For more information, contact Kristin at (603) 228-1196 x105, or email registrar@ccmusicschool.org.

Pro bono design support for nonprofits

Designers Available (D/A) connects designers with projects in service of non-profits and community organizations actively facilitating social change through direct service, arts and culture, and grassroots politics and activism. Applications for the first project cycle (Mid-February to the end of April) are due on February 1. More project cycles will open in April, July, and September. Please feel free to submit an application if you are interested in any project cycle.

Learn more and apply

Downtown Concord Event Space

The League of NH Craftsmen's engaging headquarters is an intimate and inspiring space for your next event. Centrally located in the heart of NH, the League offers flexible spaces perfect for business meetings, corporate and creative retreats and social gatherings.

To receive details of about the meeting room, gallery and classroom spaces, as well as additional amenities and pricing, please contact nhleague@nhcrafts.org or call (603) 224-3375, ext. 101.

Marion Gerrish Community Center Room Rentals

The Marion Gerrish Community Center has 8 rooms of various sizes available on a reservation basis. The Center rents rooms fot parties, business meetings, and memorial services. Rooms are reserved on a donation basis for nonprofit organiztions and club meetings. All rooms have at least one white board, television, and DVD player. The Center is completely handicap accessible and has plenty of parking. Detailed rooms descriptions and photos are available online at www.mgccderrynh.org, or you can contact the Center by calling (603) 434-8866 or emailing mgcc.derry@gmail.com.

Advertising on Manchester Public Television

Manchester Public Television channels 16 & 22 and our FM radio station 95.3 want to HELP you get the word out about your organization.  Monthly, weekly even daily updates from you about events and services that are important to you and your operations  are what we want.  No strings, just lots of attention and pretty much anything you want to publicize as a valued community organization we’ll participate.

If you want to tout your organization on our radio station, come in and talk about yourselves for 15 -20 minutes and we’ll play it many times on 95.3FM in the afternoon drive-time slot.

Send your PR, announcements, and updates to:

National Safety Council of Northern New England Meeting Space

Are you looking to book a training room in the Concord, NH area for your next training session, conference or staff meeting? The National Safety Council of Northern New England has quality meeting space available for your next function! Equipment rental and catering is available from local vendors.

NSC's Training Center on 2 Whitney Road in Concord features 2 professional training rooms with kitchen privileges that are available for rent, subject to availability. A 20% discount on meeting room rates is provided to NSC Members.

The PSNH Room is 33’ by 41’, seats up to 40 comfortably with tables, and includes use of the kitchen. Rates for the PSNH Room are…

  • Full-Day Rental: $250 for non-members, $200 for NSC members.
  • ½-Day Rental: $125 for non-members, $100 for NSC members.
  • Evening Rental: $100 for non-members, $80 for NSC members.

​The Acadia Insurance Room is 19' by 20', and seats up to 12 comfortable with tables. Rates for the Acadia Insurance Room are…

  • Full-Day Rental: $150 for non-members, $120 for NSC members.
  • ½-Day Rental: $75 for non-members, $60 for NSC members.
  • Evening Rental: $50 for non-members, $50 for NSC members.

For availability and booking information, please contact Catherine Doty at (800) 834-6472 or catherined@shcnne.org.

Note: Rates are accurate as of January 9th, 2015, but are subject to change.

Concord Public Library's Room Listing

The Concord Public Library has put together a searchable database of meeting spaces in the Concord area.

Learn more…

CTAC - Computer Technology Assistance Corp

CTAC seeks and accepts donations of recently retired computers from business and individuals. We then wipe the donor’s hard drives of any data using DoD and HIPAA complaint methods. The next stop in the road for these systems is to fully restore and refurbish these computers. These computers are then provided back to the community at a cost recovery basis to low income families, not-for-profits, community based service organizations and schools. Learn more at ctac-nh.org.

Services Available to Non Profits
CTAC is available to offer nonprofit organization computer hardware, plus network and technical support a prices much lower than commercially available services. Call us (603) 218-3078 to learn how we can assist your non-profit.

Interested in Supporting Our Mission? Here are some ways to help!

  • Speak it Up! Get your employer to make a commitment to donate retiring computers and IT equipment to us. They get a big tax deduction, guaranteed data elimination and the benefit of helping low income families, Schools, non‐profits and faith based community service groups with low cost technology!
  • Sponsor it Up! Run a “Bring your Computer to Work Day.” 70% of all households that use a computer have one or more retired computers sitting in a closet with nothing to do! Users don’t know how to get rid of the personal data on the computer’s hard drive. CTAC pledges to eradicate all traces of personal data from every system donated and certifies the erasure of the data.
  • Talk it Up! Are you involved with other charities? Social service organizations? State and local programs providing assistance to low income people? Have a connection at a newspaper, TV or Radio Station? Spread the word, talk us up send them to our web site, encourage them to contact us. Like us on Facebook.
  • Volunteer! Board Membership, Computer Technology Skills, Web Design, Social Media, Professional Writing, Grant & fundraising, Marketing and outreach.

Learn more at ctac-nh.org.

Pages

Signup for the Nonprofit Notes newsletter

Stay up to date on nonprofit news, funding deadlines, job opportunities, and more with the Nonprofit Notes newsletter.

SubscribeArchive

Go to top