New Hampshire Business Newsreel
Jump$tart Coalition, Fidelity join forces
MERRIMACK - The New Hampshire Jump$tart Coalition and Fidelity Investments have formed a year-long partnership to promote financial literacy for youth throughout New Hampshire through various teacher-driven programs and activities.
Through Fidelity's partnership and $15,000 grant, various financial education programs and activities will be supported for teachers and students.
NH Jump$tart is a nonprofit organization created in 2000 and dedicated to improving the personal financial education of students throughout New Hampshire. In recognition of the group's efforts, Gov. Maggie Hassan has designated April as Financial Literacy for Youth Month.
More information is available at www.nhjumpstart.org
ProEx corporate office moves to Portsmouth
PORTSMOUTH - ProEx, a physical therapist-owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine, has relocated its corporate office from Kittery, Maine, to Portsmouth at 210 Commerce Way, Suite 120.
ProEx occupies approximately 2,300 square feet of the 50,000-square-foot building. The corporate office has centralized functions of billing, finance, human resources, and executive management for its nine physical therapy clinics and 82 employees located throughout New England.
Middle Branch Farm partners with co-op
MANCHESTER - Middle Branch Farm of New Boston has donated a CSA (community-supported agriculture) share to the Manchester Food Co-op, which will raffle the share to a new member who joins in April.
The summer share provides 16 weeks of fresh produce grown by organic and sustainable farming practices, valued at more than $500.
The Manchester Food Co-op is a member-owned cooperative working to build a full-service market serving the greater Manchester area.
For a full list of co-op events, visit http://manchesterfoodcoop.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-events.html.
McGraw joins Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
Gene McGraw has joined Jackson Hewitt Tax Service in Manchester as a senior tax preparer.
His clients can reach him for appointments at 855-312-1040.
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