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Nashua Prevention Coalition Targets Youth Drinking, Drug Use

Last October, the Nashua Prevention Coalition received a five-year, $1.2 million Drug Free Communities (DFC) federal grant to develop prevention programs that target drinking and drug use among young people. We have formed a great collaborative relationship with United Way of Greater Nashua, which serves as our fiscal agent and offers many in-kind services to [...]

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Gain Social Media, Marketing Communications Experience this Summer with United Way of Greater Nashua

Here’s a fantastic opportunity for a college student or recent graduate to gain great marketing communications experience and build an online portfolio. If you can write well, are familiar with social media tools, and want to make a difference in the greater Nashua community, we want to talk to you about helping United Way of [...]

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UPS Mother’s Day Rose Sale to Benefit United Way

This Mother’s Day, make Mom (or a friend, or even yourself) smile by purchasing a dozen roses from UPS. Proceeds will support United Way of Greater Nashua’s work to support effective programs that improve lives and strengthen our community. The cost is just $18 per dozen, and checks must be made payable to United Way. [...]

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Start Here: 5 Days on the Road to Better Health

National Public Health Week (April 7-13) draws attention to the work that goes on year-round to keep Nashua healthy and safe. This year’s theme is “Public Health: Start Here” with each day focusing on small ways people can begin making healthier choices. Activities scheduled over five days will present individuals and families with opportunities improve their [...]

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Your Voice Counts! Be Part of the Greater Nashua Community Health Assessment

The City of Nashua, Division of Public Health and Community Services, is leading Greater Nashua through a Community Health Improvement Process and conducting the 2014 Community Health Assessment (CHA). Health assessments engage community members, key leaders, and partners in a process to collect information regarding health concerns and trends in the community. Health assessments also: [...]

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Plenty of Volunteer Opportunities in Greater Nashua this Spring

Daylight savings time is back, and spring begins next week (at least the calendar says so). Longer, warmer days are approaching, and what better way to spend that extra hour of daylight than by volunteering to help others? Here’s just a sampling of volunteer opportunities in Greater Nashua: The Partnership for Successful Living, which includes [...]

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Spring Into Summer: United Way of Greater Nashua Annual Community Celebration May 8th

I don’t know about you, but I am so looking forward to warm summer days. After an extremely cold and snowy winter, summer can’t come fast enough for this beach girl. On Thursday, May 8th, wouldn’t you like to sit under a bright colored beach umbrella while sipping a cold glass of lemonade? Well, you [...]

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Richard Boehler, MD

St. Joseph Healthcare President: ‘Our Employees Want To Make a Positive Difference’

St. Joseph Healthcare was founded in 1908 by the Grey Nuns of Montreal for the purpose of providing healthcare to the poor and disadvantaged in  Greater Nashua. To this day, St. Joseph Hospital lives out its mission daily to provide exceptional, compassionate person-centered care to all we serve as inspired by the healing ministry of [...]

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Volunteer Content Creators Wanted to Help Greater Nashua Community

Do you or someone you know have a little time each week to help promote United Way’s work in Greater Nashua? We’re looking for volunteers to help engage the Greater Nashua community by supplying content for our website and promoting the articles, photos, and videos through social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. [...]

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Matthew Menning

Thanks to These Volunteers Who Made United Way’s Campaign Possible

Members of United Way of Greater Nashua’s board of directors, campaign cabinet, and staff extend sincere appreciation to the individuals who assisted with the 2013-2014 Campaign as Loaned Executives. Loaned Executives (LEs) are volunteers who are “loaned” to United Way on a part-time or full-time basis during the campaign. The LEs maximize staff and volunteer [...]

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