MPAL has been chosen as the 2016 site for Building on Hope! Building on Hope is an organization of volunteers who work with builders, architects and designers to transform the facilities of non-profits into spaces that can best support the organizations mission. MPAL's selection for this great program means a re-designed Michael Briggs Community Center that will greatly enhance the ability of MPAL to support Manchester's youth and community. Read more at www.buildingonhope.com.
MPAL is cooking up something good thanks to a grant received from the Billings Trust FBO NH Charities, RBS Citizens, N.A. Trustee. This coming January MPAL will be expanding its cooking program to include a hospitality training and life skills experience!
Photo from left to right Dave Mara, Chairman of the Board, John Levasseur, Program Coordinator, Citizens Bank representatives, Jeffrey Tatro, Senior Vice President of NonProfit & Healthcare Banking, Mark Prian, Senior Trust Officer, Vice President and Jayna Stevens Director of Operations and Development.
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Christmas Comes Early for Area Agencies
Manchester and Nashua Police Athletic Leagues receive a boost during the holiday season
PHOTO: Left to right back row: Ken “HD” Higgs, Dave Mara, MPAL Board chairman, Rick “Dorf” Bewersdorf, Bryan “Skully” LaFlamme, David “Duke”Chambers, Dave “Animal” Cross, front row: Jennifer Benoit, NPAL, Michael Debisz, MPAL Manchester, N.H.
Santa’s helpers were in full swing, in the form of the NAM Knights, last Friday as they gave a monetary donation to both the Manchester and Nashua Police Athletic Leagues. The NAM Knights, a motorcycle club made up of veterans and law enforcement personnel, strive to honor the memory of American veterans and officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. These donations will assist the PAL programs to continue opening their doors for at risk youth and foster relationships between the area youth and police officers.
The Manchester and Nashua Police Athletic Leagues are 501(c) (3) non profit facilities offering programming for children ages 5-18 in the Manchester and Nashua area. PAL programs offer a safe structured environment emphasizing responsibility, and accountability to help kids, grow, make the right choices and become productive members of the community. For more information visit www.manchesterpoliceathleticleague.org or www.nashuapal.com.
NASCAR's Joey Logano held a press conference today with OUR Officer John Levasseur at NH Motor Speedway to show his support for MPAL. The Joey Logano Foundation along with Shell gave us a check for $10,000!
Majak Kon Silver Mittens Champion with Coach Johnny, congratulations Majak great job, hard work paid off.
Thank you to the Manchester Country Club (MCC) for selecting MPAL as the beneficiary of their 4th Annual Memorial Charity Tournament!
Photo from left to right: David Smith, MCC Executive Chef, Todd McKittrick, MCC Head Golf Professional, Jayna Stevens, MPAL Director of Operations and Development, Joelle Creamer, MCC Club House Manager/Director of Marketing, and Brian Kelley, MCC General Manager with our Level II Boxers.
The Manchester Police Athletic League "Springs forward" with help from the Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation.
The Manchester Police Athletic League (MPAL) operations and programs are blossoming this spring thanks to a grant from the Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation. This grant will assist MPAL with the addition of enrichment and educational summer programs for Manchester youth ages 5 through 18 while also supporting development initiatives over the coming year. These program additions and operational changes will stretch MPAL's reach to more Greater Manchester youth and connect them with positive mentoring in a safe structured environment.
Photo: Pictured from left to right: Officer John Levasseur, MPAL, Kathy Cook, Bean Foundation Grant Manager, Apostolus Lolos, MPAL boxer, Jayna Stevens- MPAL Director of Operations and Development, Jay Dinkel, Bean Foundation Trustee
Longchamps Electric amps up support for the Manchester Police Athletic League.
There was no shortage of electricity, in the packed to capacity Alpine Club, for the Longchamps sponsored spaghetti dinner. The Longchamps team prepared and served a delicious spaghetti dinner as well as created an atmosphere of giving with raffles and silent auction items. MPAL would like to send out a great big "THANKS" to Longchamps Electric, attendees, and corporate/individual sponsors who made this evening incredibly successful. Your contributions will help the Manchester Police Athletic League continue to provide a free, safe, structured environment for at risk youth. The outpouring of generosity was overwhelming and deeply appreciated!
MPAL Boxing fights in Lowell!
On November 20th, two MPAL Boxers competed in boxing matches in Lowell, MA. Both fighters did amazing work with Matt taking a victory in his first ever match! Both fighters are roll models in and out of the gym. They succeed in academics and in the ring. Great job guys and we hope to see you in the golden gloves soon!