Mar 7, 2015 9:01 AM
Finalists selected for nonprofit renovation project
The Associated Press
CONCORD (AP) - A volunteer organization that helps NH nonprofit organizations improve their facilities is looking for its next makeover project.
Every two years, Building On Hope works with builders, architects and designers to renovate facilities associated with nonprofit service groups. Last year, nearly 200 volunteers and dozens of companies completed a $300,000 transformation at Opportunity Networks in Amherst, an organization that serves adults with acquired and developmental disabilities.
Officials have narrowed the field for the 2016 project to six organizations and will pick a winner in April. In the running are Child and Family Services of Concord, the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, the Manchester Police Athletic League, Merrimack Valley Day Care, the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center and Family Promise of Greater Nashua.