Julie Lapham of ENH Power proudly presented the Salvation Army of Manchester, NH with a check from the company’s Power to Help program. The program has been successfully contributing $5 for every new customer this year who has chosen the Salvation Army at the time of their enrollment.
The Salvation Army has a long-standing commitment to helping their communities prosper by assisting people with their basic human needs such as physical, emotional, and spiritual success. Rick Marshall (L), program director at the Salvation Army, and Herb Rader (R), the corps commanding officer, were both present to receive the check.
“As customers of ENH Power, we find it to be a good value and helpful in forecasting for our budget,” said Rader. “The fact that ENH Power offers a new way for individuals and companies to support us is a bonus. We are pleased to be a partner in the Power to Help program.”
Power to Help is a program that was established to support local nonprofits, such as the Salvation Army of Manchester, reach out to their communities, so that they can ultimately increase awareness and positively impact more people’s lives. ENH Power provides these organizations with the tools and resources they need that helps them to maximize their potential in their respective communities.
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