Posts Tagged:Power to Help

Salvation Army of Manchester Recognized by ENH Power

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…

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Tedford Housing-taking on homelessness & culture change

Homelessness remains a pressing issue in America. On any given night in the US, more than 600,000 people are without adequate shelter or permanent housing. In Maine, the rate of homelessness increased 26% in 2013 for a total of over 3,000 people – that’s 600 people more than the year before, with many of these…

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ENH Power adds three new Power to Help Partners

The Nashua Senior-Activity Center, Great Bay Stewards and Seacoast United Foundation are all new ENH Power-Power to Help Partners. Since 1978, the Nashua Senior-Activity Center (SAC) has served older adults in Nashua and surrounding towns encouraging them to further their personal growth, provide opportunities for new relationships, and help them find information and services beneficial…

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Electricity Maine-Power to Help gives $140,000 to Maine Non-Profit Groups

The owners of Electricity Maine announced that 7 Core Power to Help non-profit partners will each receive $20,000. These organizations include:  Good Shepherd Food Bank, The Programs of Camp Susan Curtis, the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, Tedford Housing, St. Mary’s Nutrition Center, Preble Street, New Beginnings. “Partnerships with for profit companies are extremely important…

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