Photos from #StayWorkPlayGive in Concord

Wednesday was the third annual Stay Work Play Give event, and with volunteer fairs held around the state, it was awesome! Here in Concord, the held drew young professionals from throughout the Capital region to The New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) to find out more about nonprofits that operate locally and statewide. Young professionals and employees of nonprofits shared their ideas about what keeps people engaged in their communities and discussed the value of volunteering for nonprofit organizations that operate in New Hampshire.

Here are some of my favorite photos from the evening!

New Hampshire Made promotes products and services that are created and sold here in New Hampshire. There are 800 members!

The Concord City Auditorium, or “Audi” as it’s often called, puts on some great shows in Concord. If you’ve never been, I can’t recommend it enough!

Hope for New Hampshire helps people work to recover from drug and alcohol addiction.

The New Hampshire Highland Games are amazing, and so is that bear!

The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness does amazing work in the city of Concord, and they are always accepting donations.

The Concord Multicultural Festival is always amazing and occurs during Market Days in downtown Concord.

Granite United Way does an incredible amount of work for families and individuals (over 350,000 of them) in New Hampshire.

Thanks again to the Concord Young Professionals Network and Stay Work Play for working together to make this event happen. If you didn’t get to make it out, reach out to a member of CYPN or Stay Work Play for more information on how to volunteer in Concord or New Hampshire at large!

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