Soil-Away recently participated in the NH HomeBuilders 17th Annual Golf Tournament. The focus of the event was to raise money for the Nashua Children’s Home.
The mission of the Nashua Children’s Home focuses on the “care, welfare and educational achievement of children and youth within its Residential and Educational Programs.” They offer various support programs to children with family or educational struggles. They want children to have successful transitions to adulthood.
Soil-Away recently participated in the 27th Annual Reach Out for Youth and Families Dinner to support The Granite YMCA. Derek Rogers, business development manager for Soil-Away, attended the event at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. “I am really glad we were able to support the local YMCA chapter. It was a great experience to connect with so many passionate people about the Y’s mission,” explained Rogers. This giving campaign “provides opportunities for
Soil-Away recently sponsored and participated in a local golf tournament to support Teen Challenge of New England. The tournament took place at Candia Woods in Candia, NH. Numerous business leaders and individuals came out to support the great organization.
Soil-Away is combining efforts with Cocci Computer to co-host the Hooksett Chamber’s monthly after-hours networking event. The date is Wednesday, October 8th and starts at 5:30pm. The event will be at the Cocci Computer headquarters located at 1558 Hooksett Road in Hooksett. Attendees included local business representatives from Hooksett and surrounding towns such as Manchester, Concord, Bedford, Goffstown, Allenstown, Pembroke, and Auburn. This networking opportunity is open to chamber members, guests, and future-members.
Soil-Away recently performed a large water damage cleanup project with Habitat for Humanity- Nashua, NH Chapter. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit which, “works in partnership with local people and businesses to assist people in need by building and renovating houses. We help create simple, decent houses to foster communities in which people can live and grow.”
The organization is currently working on a Nashua home which was donated to them. Prior to renovations, the property sustained serious water damage from a broken pipe. They called upon Soil-Away to help.
Soil-Away recently sponsored a charity golf tournament to benefit Do You Know Him? Ministries. This growing outreach organization serves under-resourced members of the downtown Manchester community. They provide numerous services to the community such as, but not limited to the following: breakfast ministry, prison ministry, street ministry, and marriage ministry.
Soil-Away recently contributed to and participated in the Annual David Horst Memorial FCA Open. The “best-ball” charity golf tournament took place at Manchester Country Club. Team Soil-Away was proud to bring home the trophy for the first time. The team consisted of
Soil-Away employee, Debbie Hurley, has been part of the Amherst Garden Club for the past several years. The mission of the club is to provide educational resources and networking opportunities for members to promote the love of gardening, civic landscaping and environmental responsibility. The members have a wonderful time gardening together and being involved in the beautification of local private areas. All are welcome to join the club.
Do you own or manage a business in New Hampshire? Are you a sales professional? If so make sure to tune into Marketing Mojo Radio. Every week the show features advice and professional interviews focusing specifically on marketing your business. Recently, Josh Solloway of Soil-Away Cleaning & Restoration was featured. “The principles for marketing our water and fire restoration services are applicable across numerous markets and professions,” states Solloway. “It comes down to building relationships and having a passion for what you do.”
Soil-Away is proud to be working with Make-A-Wish again this year. On Thursday, May 8th company representative, Josh Solloway, will be captaining a table at the 6th Annual Breakfast of Wishes in Manchester. This event is aims to build awareness of the organization’s mission, showcase their positive impact on the New Hampshire community, and raise money to support their cause.
This is the third consecutive year that Solloway has participated in the event as a table captain. “Make-A-Wish had a huge impact on my family when they supported my baby cousin during her battle with Neuroblastoma,” explains Solloway. “Our family cannot thank the organization enough and we will never stop supporting the entire Make-A-Wish team and wish families.”
Last year, the event included revealing 4-year-old Hailey’s wish to be a cowgirl. At the event, Hailey and her father were showered with gifts from Make-A-Wish volunteers preparing them for their trip to a Colorado Dude Ranch and Hailey’s transformation into a cowgirl. One of the most memorable moments was when wish child Meghan sang “The Climb” to attendees, showing her strength through her battle with her illness.
The Make-A-Wish mission is to “serve a unique and vital, role in helping strengthen and empower children battling life-threatening medical conditions.”
If you are interested in attending this event or donating to Make-A-Wish, please contact Josh at 603-641-6555. The event is Thursday, May 8th from 7:30-8:30am at the Best Western Executive Court Banquet Facility in Manchester, NH.