Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live, not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
Each year, the Chamber awards grants to educators who have developed innovative teaching programs for use in Greater Concord schools through the Chamber’s Business and Education Task Force. Recipients demonstrate to the committee that their projects fit a specific educational need, are unique to their respective schools and are not supported by the school system’s annual budget. With COVID-19 disrupting this process for 2020, the Chamber awarded grants to three area nonprofits offering educational-based summer programs in the Greater Concord area:
“Superior educational opportunities are critical to a healthy economy and quality of life, as well as an important cornerstone of the Chamber’s mission,” said Tim Sink, Chamber President. “We are pleased to provide grant funding to these outstanding cultural institutions in the Capital region.” Each of these
organizations will receive a $1,000 grant on behalf of the Business & Education task force to support and bolster these programs as kids yearning for interaction return to in-person experiences.