In The CommunityAt Baker Newman Noyes we know that our strength as an organization correlates to the strength of the communities in which we serve. We are proud of our involvement in these communities. Our people work with charitable, civic and not-for-profit entities, often in leadership positions. One of the core values of the firm is personal commitment to those around us and the people at BNN exemplify that commitment. Employees are encouraged to volunteer at local organizations to benefit the greater good. Our community service blog shares with you the efforts of our hard working staff.
April 9, 2015
For the second year in a row, Baker Newman Noyes sponsored a team in the 5th annual Roland Chabot Memorial Hockey Tournament Open Division at Notre Dame Arena in Berlin, New Hampshire. Eric Chabot, audit senior and grandson of the tournament’s namesake, once again led BNN’s team, making it to the final round. Proceeds from the event will go to support future projects for the arena.
March 19, 2015
Baker Newman Noyes is proud to have sponsored a team in the 13th annual Break the Sound Barrier Ski Race, hosted by hear ME now, a local not-for-profit organization that provides auditory oral education for children and adults who are deaf and hard of hearing. Ben Dawson, Kayla Bartlett and Joe Begin, staff, and Stephanie Leary, senior, all participated in the race, helping to raise awareness for Maine’s deaf and hard of hearing community.
March 6, 2015
Baker Newman Noyes is excited to have sponsored Portland Ovations production of “Million Dollar Quartet,” a Tony award-winning Broadway musical inspired by the music of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Johnny Cash. What a fantastic show! Check out Portland Ovations online to see snippets from the show.
February 17, 2015
Baker Newman Noyes is pleased to have sponsored the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester’s “Frosty Ball,” recognizing Gary L. Frost, retiring chief executive officer, for his 37 years of service with the organization.
More than 370 people gathered on January 3 to celebrate Frost and the Boys & Girls Club. More than $67,000 was raised to establish the Gary Frost Endowment Fund, allowing Frost’s legacy to continue to impact Manchester’s children for generations to come.
Jeff Wheeler serves as treasurer, board member and Resource Development, Finance and Investment Committee member for the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester.
December 26, 2014
The Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) Manchester office adopted four families from the Manchester Boys and Girls Club and provided them with gifts from their wish list for Christmas.
The Manchester Boys and Girls Club is a part of the New Hampshire Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs. It serves the state’s youth, ages 6-18, by providing high quality programs and activities in five core areas: character and leadership development; education and career development; health and life skills; the arts; and sports, fitness, and education. BNN’s Jeff Wheeler is a board member for the organization.
December 26, 2014
BNN’s Portland office donated to the Maine Children’s Cancer Program by purchasing gifts for the children of the program and their siblings. This year, the office adopted one child from the Program and his siblings.