In The Community

At 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.
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Manchester office Clean Up at FIT for Granite United Way’s Day of Caring

A team from BNN’s Manchester office recently volunteered at Families in Transition (FIT) as part of the 2014 Granite United Way Day of Caring. The team spent the day cleaning up and organizing two of FIT’s facilities, helping improve the living spaces of many families currently residing there.

Posted Under: Volunteering

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Maine Historical Society Celebrates the Maine History Maker Awards

Baker Newman Noyes is proud to support the Maine Historical Society as they recognize the 2014 Maine History Maker Award recipient, Vincent Veroneau, president and chief executive officer of J.B. Brown & Sons, on September 30 in Portland. The annual award is presented to an individual in Maine who is actively involved in their community.

As one of Maine’s oldest and most respected family-owned businesses, J.B. Brown & Sons continues to invest in Portland and to give back to the community. Veroneau’s leadership and generosity have led the business for many years.

Proceeds from this year’s event will go toward restoring the second floor reading room of the Maine Historical Society’s Brown Library.

Posted Under: Sponsorships

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Baker Newman Noyes New Hires Spend the Day Volunteering

A group of 10 new hires recently spent a day at Ruth’s Reusable Resources helping unload and organize classroom supplies for the new school year. The team worked together to unload a truck full of boxes and pallets and organize the contents for distribution. The school supplies will go toward filling backpacks for needy K-12 students.

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Baker Newman Noyes Kicks Off United Way Campaign with Country Store

Baker Newman Noyes is once again gearing up for their annual United Way Campaign. This year’s kick-off will be a country store in the office, with various goodies for sale including jams and jellies, baked goods and pies. All the items for sale are made by BNN employees and all proceeds will go to benefit the United Way.

As our United Way Committee prepares for baking, we’ve stocked up on supplies. Our bakers are using King Arthur Flour, a baker’s best companion!

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Posted Under: Events, Fundraising, Sponsorships

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Community Committee Participates in Beach Clean-Up

On July 18, nine BNN employees participated in a beach clean-up at Pierce Island in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The event was a joint initiative between the BNN Community Committee and the Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation.

“We thought it would be fun to participate in an outdoor activity that also benefited our community,” said Sabrina Christian, audit senior and member of the Community Committee. “The weather was perfect and the tide was low, so we were able to make a full sweep of the beach and collect everything in sight that wasn’t supposed to be there. We were surprised by how much trash we acquired just from one small area, and were glad to be a part of this clean-up to help the Blue Ocean Society’s efforts in conservation and research.”

BNN volunteers included Community Committee members Marrissa Piro, audit senior, Doug DeLara, audit senior, Katie George, tax staff, and Sabrina Christian, as well as Maria Mann, audit staff, Lauren Tozlowski, audit staff, Kim Janelle, administrative assistant, Morgan Hilow, audit staff, and Ofir Campeanu, audit intern. The volunteers gathered approximately 37 pounds of trash from the beach in less than two hours, mostly consisting of glass pieces, and also including fishing lures, batteries, cups, and straws.

Posted Under: Volunteering