The Rochester, NH Elks are proud to be part of the Rochester Veterans Council and to participate in its programs for our Military personnel and Veterans.
Rochester, NH Elks Lodge #1393 Sports Hall of Fame - Dedicated to the recognition of Outstanding Rochester, NH Athletes and Contributors. Contact John Creteau for more information or for questions / comments.
Please visit the Dover Elks Lodge #184 Virtual Webpage. Dover has done a great job with this.
New Hampshire State Elks Association external website.
The website of the New Hampshire State Elks Association Major Project. A memorable experience for those children who might not ever have the opportunity to attend a summer camp. The camp is located in Franconia, NH in the heart of the beautiful White Mountains.
Website of the Supreme Emblem Club of the United States of America.
Volunteer NH! is a result of the merger of the former Governor's Council on Volunteerism, the New Hampshire Office of Volunteerism, and the New Hampshire Commission for National and Community Service. But we are more than the sum of our parts. We are Volunteer NH! Our goal is to help you whether you are a volunteer looking for an agency to volunteer with, or an organization setting-up a formal volunteer program, or a legislator looking for statistics on volunteerism rates in our state, or a corporation looking to improve on your employee volunteer program, or a non-profit wishing to expand services by setting up an AmeriCorps program or... and the list goes on. These and many other services await the volunteer community because Volunteer NH! is not creating these, but enabling everyone to find the information, the tools, the speakers, the training necessary to duplicate some of the best volunteer and volunteerism practices in the state!
The Mission of NHAVA is supporting and strengthening the profession of volunteer administration through education, networking and recognition. Membership - NHAVA membership is open to any person, paid or unpaid, in a position responsible for the administration of volunteers and volunteer service. Benefits - Membership in NHAVA provides educational opportunities, colleague networking, shared resources, legislative updates, informative newsletters, professional and leadership development, and an annual membership directory. Mentorship - NHAVA offers a wealth of information given the array of organizations and accumulated years of professional volunteer administration, not only to its members, but also to officials in education, government, business, and nonprofits to name a few. Contribution - Each member brings skills and knowledge, unique gifts, enthusiasm, commitment and creative energy. Peer Support - Volunteer administrators often work without peer support in the workplace and in "volunteer organizations". NHAVA connects them through education, networking and recognition. Recognition - The Judith Lonergan Award is presented to a NHAVA member in recognition of outstanding professionalism and excellence in the field of volunteer administration Dues - A personal and non-transferable one year membership is renewable through the association year which runs from October 1st through September 30th for $35.00.