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December 26, 2013

BUSINESS BRIEFS

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“It is our priority at the Upper Room to be sure that every person that walks through our door receives the respect and dignity they deserve just for being human,“said Brenda Guggisberg, GED Program Coordinator, The Upper Room. “No matter what they come here for, we want people to know that they are valued and worth the effort. We are so thankful for nora’s continued support of our organization and their help to making our space more inviting and welcoming for families and children accessing The Upper Room.“

The Upper Room is always in need of supplies and can accept donations online or in person. Visitr urteachers.org.

The Upper Room was chosen by nora system, Inc. as the one nonprofit establishment to work with this year.

FairPoint assists nonprofit groups

FairPoint Communications Inc. is once again celebrating the new year with a donation to a community nonprofit that receives the most votes on FairPoint’s Facebook page at www.facebook/MyFairPoint.

Any 501(c)3 organization located in New Hampshire communities and across the 17 states that FairPoint serves is eligible to receive votes. The voting started Dec. 12 and ends on Jan. 13, 2014.

The winner will be announced the week of Jan. 14, 2014.

“It was incredibly heart-warming last year to see the outpouring of support on Facebook for local community nonprofits in the states we serve,” said Pat McHugh, New Hampshire state president for FairPoint. “These groups enrich the lives of so many in the communities where we work and live. In celebration of our customers and our communities during this holiday season, FairPoint is honored to recognize the good deeds of these important organizations once again this year.”

Easter Seals New Hampshire received the most votes during last year’s campaign, and received $2,013, courtesy of FairPoint.

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