Business notes from Feb. 28, 2021

Published: 3/2/2021 9:49:06 AM

Meredith Village Savings Bank purchased $10,000 in tax credits through the NH CDFA in support of the Southeast Land Trust of NH. Funds will go toward the construction of the new Mathey Center for People and Nature and the renovation of the John P. Chase Farmhouse. Both will be located at the 240-acre Burley Farms in Epping.

The Lincoln Financial Foundation gave a grant of $20,000 to CATCH Neighborhood Housing in support of their collaborative housing education program, HOMEteam.

Citizens Bank has opened its annual Small Business Community Champion Award Contest, aimed at recognizing the positive contributions small businesses make to their communities. Now in its fourth year, the contest will award $10,000 each to 30 small businesses across Citizens’ 11-state footprint, including at least ten minority-owned and ten women-owned businesses, to help further strengthen their communities and their businesses. Nominations are open until March 1, 5 p.m. This year marks the largest award pool for the Citizens Small Business Community Champion Award to date – expanded to include all the markets served, with more chances to win and a larger prize pool – $300,000 – than ever before. To enter, visit citizensbank.com/businesschampion.

The Center for the Arts in New London was named the non-profit of the year by the Lakes Sunapee Region Chamber of Commerce.


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