TFMoran Sponsored the 2021 AGC of NH Golf Tournament on Thursday, September 23rd at Candia Woods Golf Course in Candia, NH. TFMoran Senior Project Manager Dan Blais participated with Matthew Valle and Michael Gallant of HaulHub Technologies, finishing at 6-under par. The tournament featured 1st and 2nd place prizes, hole-in-one contests, a closest to the pin contest, and a colored ball contest! Congratulations to Hutter Construction for their 1st place win!
TFMoran sponsored the 8th Annual Friends of Aine Kids Try-Athlon, held Sunday, August 15 at Bedford High School.
The Friends of Aine Kids Try-Athlon is a three-sport event that includes running, swimming, and biking, for kids of all ages to participate regardless of athletic ability, and designed for all to be triumphant! After the race, participants were invited to join activities including face painting, a jump house, and treats!
All proceeds support the Friends of Aine Center for Grieving Children & Families. The event held in Aine’s memory raises funds to help grieving families through bereavement support tailored to children, teens, and adults.
About Friends of Aine
Friends of Aine is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to provide bereavement support services to grieving children and families.
Borne out of the tragic loss of Aine Marie Phillips (pronounced Ahn-ya) at age 8, and the recognition that bereavement services for Aine’s surviving 5-year-old sister, Bella, were sadly scarce, parents David and Christine set out to fill this void. Friends of Aine was developed to create an enduring legacy for Aine that embodies her spirit and character by helping children and their families who are grieving the loss of a loved one.
Justin Macek of the TFMoran Seacoast Division recently put on a charity golf tournament benefiting the Nation Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) National and New Hampshire Chapters. NAMI provides resources for people affected by mental illness and strives to improve their quality of life through information, education, and support.
Proceeds from the tournament and donations made through the associated NAMI fundraising page helped raised over $15,000 for this great cause. These funds will help provide financial resources to assist with raising awareness on the importance of mental health, suicide prevention, and combatting stigma often times associated with mental illness.
TFMoran proudly sponsored the longest drive competition for the event, where over 120 golfers were in attendance. This charity event not only raised a great deal of funds and awareness but also brought together a large number of friends and family from the local community to remember an amazing person.
Great job Justin!
September marks the start of TFMoran’s ongoing sponsorship of NH Business Review’s new weekly podcast series “Down to Business”. Each Wednesday Editor Jeff Feingold, Associate Editor Liisa Rajala, staff writers, and guests use firsthand reporting to analyze timely and relevant news for New Hampshire businesses. The podcast has tackled issues such as diversity in New Hampshire businesses, Family Medical Leave, the economic impact of Coronavirus and the CARES Act, working remotely, and unemployment in the state. It has also addressed various industries in New Hampshire, including real estate, tourism, entertainment, restaurant, and childcare.
“Down to Business” can be found on Google Podcasts, with episodes typically under thirty minutes long. All prior episodes of the podcast are available, with an option to subscribe to be notified of future episodes. Typical run times are approximately thirty minutes.
September’s Down To Business Podcast Topics:
September 23, 2020
Jeff Feingold talks to Mercedes Hunt, Director of Business Management and Finance Programs, and Rachel French, Business Partnerships Manager, about the current state of Granite State College’s business programs and partnerships.
Jeff and Bob break down what the federal moratorium on evictions means for New Hampshire.
Steve explains the parallels between access to electricity and access to broadband, the challenges to getting that access to rural areas, and what his team is doing to solve that.
Kyle talks about where they’re focusing investment efforts right now, and about creating community among New Hampshire’s tech talent.