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Archive for November, 2017

Bernadette Gleeson to bring “A New Perspective”



Join us on Tuesday, December 5th from 6-8 PM at the Keene Family YMCA for a powerful presentation by Bernadette Gleeson on innovative solutions for Substance Use Disorders in our workplaces and community.

“Learn to Grow” in The Keene Sentinel

The Keene Sentinel has partnered with Impact Monadnock to feature a monthly column about early childhood development! “The Hub,” a new, magazine-style publication of The Keene Sentinel, has a section on Children that serves as a community resource on the care and raising of kids in the region. As part of this, Impact Monadnock is contributing a monthly article to the “Learn to Grow” column.

These articles are written by Becky Karush, a local volunteer who runs BeckyK Creative Marketing, specializing in copywriting for business and nonprofits to achieve social change. Click here to check out Becky’s great work in the “Learn to Grow” column.

Volunteer to make our region a better place

We are pleased to share the following Letter to the Editor, published by the Keene Sentinel on November 1st, about the importance of volunteerism in our region. Without volunteers, the work of Impact Monadnock & Monadnock United Way would not be possible!

This letter was authored by Liz LaRose, MUW President; Kathy Baird, Program Director of Monadnock RSVP Volunteer Center; and Jay Kahn, State Senator, District 10.