Nashua, NH The nonprofit agency Harbor Homes, and member of the affiliated organizations that make up the Partnership for Successful Living, was honored to recently receive a charitable donation of $10,000 from Harcros Chemicals Inc. of Nashua. Harcros Chemicals Inc. employees’ Emily Bull, Amber Roy, Lucie Bergeron, and Lisa Beaulieu presented the generous gift to Peter Kelleher, CEO Harbor Homes and the Partnership, at the Harbor Homes’ Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center location at 45 High St. in Nashua.
As quoted by Emily Bull and Amber Roy, “Harcros Chemicals has chosen Harbor Homes to make a charitable contribution to for 2016. We chose Harbor Homes because of their extensive network of non-profit charities that work tirelessly to better the city of Nashua and the state of New Hampshire. Harcros Chemicals tasked Amber Roy and Emily Bull with choosing this year’s charity. Within minutes of walking into Harbor Homes’ main office, we knew that this charity was unique in its dedication to truly making every aspect of life better for every person who seeks help. Harbor Homes’ drug treatment and recovery program has seen great results and we are happy to contribute to their continued success. Harbor Homes is a crucial ally to the residents of New Hampshire and we commend their unwavering dedication to bettering our community.”
Harcros Chemicals Inc. is a major chemical distributor and producer of industrial and specialty chemicals. In business since 1917, the company has a long-standing history in the chemical industry of delivering quality products from hundreds of manufacturers to thousands of customers. It has been a privately held corporation since 2000 and effective January 1, 2013 became an employee owned entity through the creation of an ESOP.
Headquartered in Kansas City, KS, Harcros operates twenty-nine distribution locations from the Rocky Mountains to the East Coast. The Harcros Manufacturing Division is a niche producer of surfactants, emulsifiers, defoamers, and a myriad of specialty products at production sites in Kansas, Georgia and India. Harcros is a member of the National Association of Chemical Distributors and places the highest priority on safety, quality, security, service, regulatory compliance and responsible operations.
“On behalf of our board of directors, volunteers and staff, and above all, those we serve, I wish to extend my heartfelt gratitude for this wonderful gift. Because of the vital support we receive from our community fellowship, Harbor Homes and the agencies of the Partnership for Successful Living are able to pursue the important work of addressing the needs of our neighbors in crisis.” stated CEO Peter Kelleher.
The Partnership for Successful Living is a collaboration of six nonprofit organizations which provide access to housing, health care, education, employment, and supportive services to help individuals and families achieve sustainable independence. Partnership agencies include Harbor Homes, Inc., Keystone Hall, Healthy at Home, Milford Regional Counseling Services, Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force, and Welcoming Light Inc.