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Nonprofit Insider

The Nonprofit Insider is your source for what's happening at nonprofits in New Hampshire. See who got funding, who is winning awards and learn about board and staff changes. If you have news you'd like to share related to funding awards, organizational or individual awards, board and staff changes, collaboration or expanded or new services please send it to us at Announcements of upcoming events should be submitted to the community calendar.


Serenity Place Welcomes New Board Members

Serenity Place, Manchester’s recovery services center, is proud to welcome two new members to the agency’s Board of Directors. Approved at the August 23, 2012 meeting, Anthony Messina and Ross Kukish officially join the nonprofit agency’s Board, bringing the total members to 14.
Posted on: August 28, 2012
Topics: Board Announcements

Families in Transition Branches Out Again

With two successful thrift stores on its resume, one of New Hampshire's most entrepreneurial nonprofits is taking yet another step into the for-profit world with the launch of FIT Cleaning Solutions, a commercial cleaning business serving companies in greater Concord and Manchester.
Posted on: August 28, 2012
Topics: Expansion

Magor and Wheeler Named to Mount Washington Observatory Board of Trustees

Mount Washington - Mount Washington Observatory is proud to welcome two new members to its Board of Trustees: Larry Magor of Carroll, New Hampshire and Albert Wheeler of Cumberland Center, Maine. Magor and Wheeler were appointed during Mount Washington Observatory’s 2012 Annual Meeting on July 21, which was attended by some 500 Observatory members and supporters from across the country.
Posted on: August 14, 2012
Topics: Board Announcements

Heart of Your City on NH Chronicle Highlights People Making a Difference

Manchester – Citizens Bank and WMUR-TV have named Donna Coraluzzo the “Heart of Your City” for her outstanding commitment to the city of Dover. Coraluzzo is the executive director of the Dover Children’s Home, a nonprofit residential treatment home for children ages 12 to 20 who are abused, neglected or have committed delinquent acts. The Dover Children’s Home offers a wide array of services designed to improve academic, social, and independent living skills.
Posted on: August 13, 2012
Topics: Funding Awards


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