Business notes for Aug. 22, 2021

Published: 8/31/2021 12:23:05 PM

The Brady Sullivan Properties has pledged $63,000 to the NH Community Development Finance Authority, in support of the Palace Youth Theatre’s Forever Emma Studios. Their donation will support safety and accessibility improvements, including a lift and ramp.

Bangor Savings Bank awarded $73,060 to local nonprofits in the region. $5,000 has been given to the Fellowship Housing Opportunity Inc. that promotes recovery from mental illness by providing housing and behavior services. As well as another $5,000 to the Mayhew Program, which provides a summer camp for at-risk boys.


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