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.
October 1, 2011
BNN held a book sale to support The United Way and generated $150 to our annual campaign. BNN employees donated books for the sale and then in turn shopped for books. “This was a great way to help the United Way and also clean out old books and pick up reading for the upcoming year,” said Jennifer Stewart.
August 25, 2011
BNN’s Manchester office was eager to kickoff the Granite United Way campaign as a 2nd year Pace Setter Company of the region. For the eighth year in a row, BNN Manchester had 100% participation from its 50 employees and raised $22,162 through various fund-raising efforts including everything from a 50/50 raffle to an indoor office mini-golf course.
June 1, 2011
A Baker Newman Noyes team joined the Heart walk for the American Heart Association in Manchester, NH, and all the members engaged in their own individual fund raising.
April 15, 2011
Mid tax season the firm purchased chocolate Easter bunnies to fund Kids’ Café, sponsored by the Salvation Army, which serves nutritious meals, and provides a safe haven for inner city youth in the evening hours.
March 1, 2011
BNN’s Portland office took part in the Maine Children’s Cancer Program gift drive for the holidays, as well as the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days. During the gift drive, families are sponsored whose children are treated in the Children’s Cancer Program. The firm fills the Christmas lists of the children in those families. The Daffodil Days allow employees to buy fresh daffodils for spring, and the proceeds go directly to the American Cancer society.