NSKS is Going Green


The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter is well on its way to becoming the first solar powered soup kitchens in the northeast. The facility is expected to save roughly $176,282 over the life time of the solar panels.

“Do you want to pay for electricity or do we want to get more food to hungry people?”
-NSKS Executive Director Michael Reinke.

 

2017 Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter Board of Directors
Brain Cullen, President 
June Lemen, Vice President
Mary Slocum, Vice President
Krishna Mangipudi, Treasurer
Kathie Feltus
John Fisher
Janet Griffin
Steven Harper
Linda Kipnes
Rick Ruo
Michael "Jerry" Ryan
Michelle Wheeler



Awards

Campus Compact for New Hampshire
awards the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter,
in partnership with Daniel Webster College,

President's Community Partner Award.


"Your exemplary leadership has translated
into a lasting impact on the community."

April 17, 2007

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Citizens Bank and Channel 9 WMUR-TV New Hampshire honor
the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter as the

Summer 2006 Champion in Action.


 
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The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter, Inc. has been honored as a 2002 recipient of the
Walter J. Dunfey Award for Excellence in Management
from The Corporate Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. 


This is the second time the NSK&S has received this prestigious award, having first been recognized for managerial excellence in 1993.



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The NSKS serves the Greater Nashua area. Community support is critical to the NSKS. Over 80% of the funds for operating programs for those in need come from private contributions. We are grateful for your support.
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