Paula Rais (L), Vice President for Development and Community Engagement and Heidi Duncanson (R), Director of Communications for the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, receive a check from ENH Power’s Power to Help fund.
Paula Rais and Heidi Duncanson, both of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, were excited to receive a check for $270 from ENH Power’s Power to Help initiative. For every new customer that signed up and then selected the Children’s Museum, ENH Power donated $5 to their cause.
“We’re pleased to accept this check from ENH Power on behalf of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire,” said Rais. “As a statewide nonprofit institution, we are grateful for the generous partnership opportunity that ENH Power has created to help us raise funds. Both of our organizations are focused on value and service for New Hampshire families, and we look forward to continued collaboration.”
The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is dedicated to giving all types of children and families a chance to learn and develop through hands-on creative problem-solving opportunities. The museum, located in Dover, offers multiple ways to do this through art, science, and cultural experiences. Since opening its doors, the museum has impacted the lives of over 2 million people throughout New Hampshire and beyond.
As a family-owned New England company, ENH Power recognizes the importance of strengthening local communities. The Power to Help program was established to assist local nonprofits do what they do best—help their communities. The company partners with these groups, providing them with the necessary tools and support, which helps them raise awareness and maximize their fundraising potential.
To learn more about how you can help New Hampshire organizations like the Children’s Museum, visit www.enhpower.com. To plan your next visit at the museum, visit www.childrens-museum.org.
Julie Lapham (L) of ENH Power, presents Kathy Beebe (R) of SASS with a check from the Power to Help Fund, a program implemented by ENH Power to help local non-profits. SASS plans to use the money to educate and raise awareness in schools in the area.
On July 23rd, Julie Lapham, community outreach coordinator at ENH Power, presented Kathy Beebe, executive director at Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) with a check for their work together.
A Portsmouth based organization, SASS offers support services to people who struggle and cope with sexual violence. Some of their services include 24-hour advocacy from police stations, hospitals, and courts, as well as a confidential hotline, along with education for local schools. Beebe, who was enthusiastic about the donation said SASS “has some big plans” for how the money will be used.
“SASS is so excited and appreciative of the partnership with ENH Power! The money raised will assist SASS in reaching thousands of children with our K-12 school-based Safe Kids Strong Teens prevention program that is designed to keep our kids safe from sexual abuse, bullying and teen dating violence,” said Beebe.
ENH Power is a New England company that is dedicated to helping strengthen communities, which is why the Power to Help Fund was put into place. The goal is always to help people in need—a big reason why partnering with nonprofits makes the most sense.
To learn more about how you can help organizations like SASS, visit www.enhpower.com. For more information on SASS and how they benefit their community, visit www.sassnh.org.