NH Businesss for Social Responsibility
 May 2013 Newsletter
Getting sustainability to take hold in a busy, professional environment can be hard. Sometimes you feel like an island in the middle of a sea of naysayers. That's one of the reasons we changed the format of the Spring Conference to include Huddle-Ups. These afternoon discussions are a way for all of us to build stronger support networks and to expand them in our own professional environments.
The Huddle-Up topics themselves are meant to give participants the opportunity to explore and mine
knowledge in the group, so submit your ideas for discussion to nhbsr.uservoice.com. We want you to
be able to take back actionable ideas to your workplace.
We won't stop there though. This is not a once a year event...we want to build off these discussions,
providing events and support networks to inspire you throughout the coming year. So make sure you
don't miss THE CSR/sustainable business event of the year - register now!
For more information on the rest of the day, visit our conference webpage!
Host an NHBSR event!
Want to showcase your company and connect with sustainability-minded professionals? Host an NHBSR event! Opportunities are available for hosting a Go on Tour, Sustainability Roundtable, or Member Social.
Contact Michelle to learn more!
Member News
TimberlandTimberland hosted NHBSR's recent Sustainability Roundtable and participated in a discussion about how businesses can promote and engage employees in community outreach. The Union Leader covered the event - read the article about how Timberland encourages workers' volunteer spirit!
W.S. Badger Company received the Monadnock Green Business Award in April! The award recognizes businesses that developed innovative practices or programs resulting in environmental stewardship and social responsibility, while contributing to the economic vitality of the region. Read more.
Calypso CommunicationsCalypso Communications has been selected as NHBSR's social media agency of record! Calypso will provide NHBSR with a comprehensive social media program to facilitate engagement with its member base, raise the non-profit's profile, and promote NHBSR events.
GreenerboroughThe Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce presents Greenerborough on May 4. Part home show, part tech fair, part farmer's market, and fun-filled festival with music, sheep dog demonstrations and more, Greenerborough in downtown Peterborough is entertaining and informative for folks of all ages and a with a wide variety of interests. Learn more.
Do you want your employees to be leaders in the community?  CONFR presents a workshop titled Essentials in Nonprofit Governance & Fundraising for First-Time Board Members. This three-hour training provides the essential information that your employees need to be the most sought-after nonprofit board prospects in New Hampshire! Topics include: Board Governance; Roles for Staff and Board; Financial Oversight; & Fundraising.  Register here.
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Spring Conference
~May 21~
Concord, NH
Game Plan
Your Sustainability Playbook: 
Shaping a Game Plan That Works for You!
Register between April 29th and May 10th & your name will go into a drawing for a Timberland rolling backpack! 
Welcome to our newest members!

Spring Membership Drive

 If your company is considering joining NHBSR, now is the time! Our Spring New Member Promotion includes complimentary registrations to the upcoming Spring Conference (starting at the Social Entrepreneur level).

Current members aren't left out! Our Member Ambassador Program awards complimentary registrations by referring new members. Contact Michelle with questions or suggestions. Learn more about the Member Ambassador Program here.


Job Openings  
How would you like to be Director of Sustainable Private Brand...in Belgium? Check out our Career & Volunteer Opportunities page for some great opportunities with our members - across the ocean & closer to home!
Commute Green NH seeks your input!

Commute Green NH wants to know what is important to employers regarding employee transportation. They're exploring ways to help employees get to work via multimodal transportation


Please take the CGNH Employer Survey! Results will help transportation planners decide how to best help employers with employee transportation in the future.