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 support our troops through the United Service Organizations (USO). The company once again renewed its annual sponsoring membership through 2017.
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.
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.
This month Team Soil-Away is supporting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Please join our friends, Wade Anderson and Jim Moody, who are both raising money to fight MS.
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 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...
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.
Recently, members of the Soil-Away team volunteered at the annual CareNet Walk for Life.
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.