Posts by Paul Hebert

How You Can Help After the Day of Caring

If You Missed Out On The Patriots Cheerleaders and Weren’t Able to Help Out at the Day of Caring, Here Are a Few Things You Can Do The United Way Day of Caring is a single day event that mobilizes v...Read More

4 Pillars of Strength

No matter what happens in the race for Mayor, the Greater Nashua region needs a strategic view to meet the challenges ahead. Recently those of us over here at your local United Way have been doing a l...Read More

Day of Caring Isn’t Just About Nashua, it’s About Nashua’s Children.

According to the National Center for Children in Poverty from 2013, there are 155,735 families with 271,289 children in New Hampshire. 29,528 of New Hampshire children live in poverty. Without a safet...Read More

Addressing Community Risks in Greater Nashua by Investing in Effective Programs

community risks

Most of us are incredibly fortunate. We live in a terrific community, have good jobs and a warm, dry place to go home to at night, and are blessed with good families and friendships. We all face our o...Read More

Making Difficult Choices: A Message from United Way

by Paul Hebert, President Earlier today, I announced a restructuring of operations at United Way of Greater Nashua. As part of that restructuring, we eliminated several positions and lost some terrifi...Read More

The community needs you more than ever

by Paul Hebert, UWGN President When the economy began to collapse at the start of the Great Recession, the ripples reached deeply into our community. Thousands of people in Greater Nashua suffered. Yo...Read More

Nashua YMCA CEO Named Business Person of the Year

By Paul Hebert, president, United Way of Greater Nashua The Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce recently honored Mike LaChance, CEO of the YMCA of Greater Nashua as its Business Person of the Year. It ...Read More