The height of summer is officially here, and with it comes the soaring temperatures and high humidity that go hand and hand with these months. While we flock to air conditioners, fans, and even pools to beat the heat, you may not realize the effect that these extreme temperatures and high humidity can have on your home.
SNHU homecoming brings family, friends and alumni together for a weekend of fun and community. Campus was roaring with several activities and events for everyone to enjoy. One of the flagship events was the fundraising golf tournament. Nearly one-hundred golfers participated to raise over $15,000 for the SNHU student leadership program.
This year the tournament was played at The Passaconaway Country Club in Litchfield, NH. Soil-Away was a Penman Platinum Sponsor. “It was a great event and an honor to contribute towards the cause,” explains Soil-Away COO Joshua Solloway. “As an alumnus of SNHU it feels good to give back and support the University and student-leaders that do so much for our community.”
What do you get when you combine hundreds of volunteers, 40 community partners, 26 sponsors, 4,000 backpacks for school and thousands of local families? You get ear-to-ear smiles by everyone involved. This year’s One Day of Community in Manchester, NH delivered just that!
Soil-Away recently had the privilege of sponsoring and participating in the 14th Annual Teen Challenge New Hampshire Golf Classic. The tournament took place at Candia Woods in Candia, NH. Soil-Away brought three foursomes to the event. Approximately 180 business leaders and individuals came out to support the great organization.
On Saturday, August 6th over 4,500 people attended the One Day of Community event in Manchester, NH. The event was put on by Manchester Christian Church and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats with the purpose to serve under-resourced students in the city. There were 3,860 backpacks filled with school supplies by donors and then distributed for free to families in need. Over 500 volunteers came together to
Soil-Away Founder and CEO, Jack Solloway, continues his generous support of Special Olympics New Hampshire. Solloway has been a Special Olympics annual partner since 2000. “The team at Special Olympics makes a huge positive impact with everyone they work with,” states Solloway. “It is an honor to help support such a great organization all these years.”
Soil-Away is proud to be sponsoring the annual “Swing 4 Scholarships Golf Tournament” hosted by the Balfour Beatty Communities Foundation. The event raises funds to “provide post-secondary school scholarships for residents who live in our communities, and award grants to veterans associations and organizations that support military families,” states the organization. To date, the BBCF has distributed over 200 scholarships and awarded over 40 grants to individual students and military support organizations. Soil-Away is proud to support BBCF in its effort to make a difference in the lives of our Nation’s military families.
Make-A-Wish New Hampshire has expanded their board of directors. They have recently welcomed the addition of Joshua Solloway to serve as a new member of their leadership and advisory team. Solloway is the vice president of Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration Services based in Hooksett, NH. He has been an active volunteer and fundraiser for Make-A-Wish since 2011.
In September, Soil-Away sponsored the 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament for Do You Know Him? Ministries. The event took place at Green Meadow Golf Club in Hudson, NH. The day started rainy, but ended up beautiful. The best part was that the event broke its previous fundraising record.
Soil-Away recently had the privilege of sponsoring and participating in the 12th Annual Teen Challenge New Hampshire Golf Classic. The tournament took place at Candia Woods in Candia, NH. Approximately 120 business leaders and individuals came out to support the great organization.