Events - Residential - New Hampshire Gas and Electric - Liberty
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We pride ourselves on being a good community partner. Whether we are out in the field or in the office, our customers and communities are always top of mind. Explore below to see the events we have had the privilege to participate in.
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Recent Community Events
The New Hampshire Business and Community Development (BCD) department recently participated in the Liberty Foundations Program and hosted Liberty Foundations intern Christopher Fortier. Chris recently graduated from Western New England College with a degree in mechanical engineering and is currently pursuing his master’s degree while also working for Liberty. The BCD department spent time with Chris reviewing their role in growing the company, managing relationships with key customers, and participating in activity within local communities. Both the gas and electric sides of the business where highlighted and job sites from both were visited during a road trip.
On the hot evening of Thursday, July 6th, three employees from our Keene office spent a few hours serving meals at the Keene Community Kitchen. Over 100 people were served a nice chicken pasta salad with sides, desserts, and bottled water, no questions asked.
In late June, Liberty's Business and Community Development Team spent a day with the Hudson Community Pantry in Hudson, NH. It was a great day of caring for our most vulnerable neighbors. Learn more about the Pantry and their important work here.
On Saturday, June 24th, we were privileged to be able to participate in the Nashua pride festival. Despite the rainy weather, our employees had a blast! It’s something that is near and dear to our hearts and we look forward to a lot more events like this in the future.
At Liberty, sustainability is rooted in everything we do. With that in mind, we recently funded and assisted with the moving of a magnificent, 70' white pine tree from Oak Hill, through downtown Hanover, and to its final destination - Mink Brook. The tree will be made into a bridge that will carry hikers safely over the brook. In addition to funding the project, Liberty employees assisted with the unloading of the tree upon its arrival at the brook, and also acted as the lead and follow vehicles for the safety of the public.
On Friday, June 9th, a (LARGE) group of Liberty employees spent the morning volunteering at the Salem Animal Rescue League (SARL) in Salem, New Hampshire. The 17 employees helped perform some spring-cleaning tasks including weeding, planting flowers, mowing fields for walking the dogs, weed whacking the outdoor kennels, sweeping the parking lots, and power washing storage sheds. Although they may not be able to tell us, the animals surely appreciate all our employees' hard work to give them a lovely place to live until they find their "furever home."
On May 12th, a group of Liberty employees volunteered with members of Mascoma Lakeside Park Committee to clean up and remove thickets of non-native and invasive Japanese honeysuckle vine and Japanese multi flora rose. The volunteers also removed several Black Locust trees and seedlings that were crowding out native plants in this woodland area. Great job keeping New Hampshire beautiful!
Liberty NH is a proud contributor to the Foundation for New Hampshire Community Colleges. The Foundation’s purpose is to provide greater access to educational opportunities through financial assistance for student scholarships and various programs that strengthen the communities where we live, learn, and work. Liberty and non-profit organization Sleep in Heavenly Peace sponsored a Build a Bed Day at Manchester Community College on Saturday April 22, where Liberty Representatives and community volunteers built 30 beds for area children, who no longer need to sleep on the floor. Liberty will continue to proudly sponsor various events at NH Community Colleges in connection with the University Systems Foundation Program. Thank you to our Volunteers!
Employees from MA and NH honored Earth Day by helping the NH Foodbank Production Garden get ready for planting season. The production garden provides fresh produce for the Recipe for Success Culinary Job Training program, the Cooking Matters® program, and for distribution to NH food banks.
Neil Proudman, President, Liberty – NH, will be guest starring in a presentation about the Concord, NH Gasholder on April 14th at 7 pm. The presentation will focus on the history of gas, recent stabilization work of the gas holder, and future possibilities for the 2-acre site. Check out this video to get a sneak peak of what will be discussed during the presentation! More pictures to come after the event takes place!
Liberty NH recently held an Easter food drive in support of a local food pantry in Hudson. The NH Customer Care team filled a pick-up truck and the back of an SUV with needed items, such as canned goods, cereals, peanut butter, fruit cups, and so much more. Thank you to the Hudson Food Pantry for the important work you do to ensure less fortunate people in our communities will have food to eat for the Easter holiday and beyond.
For the past 11 years, Liberty New Hampshire employees have gone above and beyond the call of duty to ensure underprivileged children in the community have presents to open during the holiday season. This year, more than 200 children and young adults from the Salvation Army, The Nashua Children’s Home, and the Greater Salem, Manchester and Derry Boys & Girls Clubs will have gifts under the tree as part of Liberty’s Giving Tree program.
Learn more about this amazing program and all the good it does for the youth in our community.
In November, a group of Liberty employees, in conjunction with the United Way, volunteered to pack food to be distributed to those in need throughout our service territory. In just 3.5 hours, the group packaged 11,500 meals!
A team of Liberty NH employees recently spent a Liberty Day at Benson Park in Hudson getting the park ready for the fall season! They cleared brush, raked leaves and helped with the general clean up of the park. Shout out to our hard working volunteers!
On August 17, a group of Liberty employees spent the morning volunteering at St. John’s Food Pantry in Hudson, NH. The team organized/stocked canned goods and lined shelving units with waterproof paper.
Liberty has an ongoing partnership with St. John's Food Pantry, which involves employees spending their time at the establishment at least once a month.
In June 2022, a group of Liberty employees volunteered at the Salem Animal Rescue Leage (SARL). This local organization saves the lives of abandoned, neglected and injured animals by providing a safe haven, compassionate care and new permanent homes for them. The Liberty duo helped clean up the shelter’s grounds for their upcoming 30th anniversary celebration.
Category: Residential Media Release
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