Media Power Youth Receives Nonprofit Impact Award

Mary Vallier-Kaplan, Dennis Beaulieu and Media Power Youth were recognized with Nonprofit Impact Awards at an event hosted by the NH Center for Nonprofits to celebrate the impact of the nonprofit sector in New Hampshire.

“The Nonprofit Impact Awards celebrate the vision, innovation, and entrepreneurship that we see throughout the nonprofit sector,” said Kathleen Reardon, CEO of the NH Center for Nonprofits. “Each of the honorees has made an extraordinary impact on our state by leading and serving with passion and purpose.”

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From left to right: Kathleen Reardon, CEO of the NH Center for Nonprofits; Rona Zlokower, Executive Director of Media Power Youth; Frank Mesmer, Board Chairperson of Media Power Youth; Governor Maggie Hassan

Media Power Youth received the Nonprofit Impact Award for their achievement in empowering youth to lead safe, healthy lives through smart use of media. Media Power Youth’s programs and curricula are available to schools and communities throughout New Hampshire, and have been nationally recognized for evidence of a positive effect in helping children understand and make healthy decisions about media effects on violence, bullying, alcohol use, smoking and food choices.

Read the full announcement from the NH Center for Nonprofits at  http://www.nhnonprofits.org/insider/mary-vallier-kaplan-dennis-beaulieu-and-media-power-youth-recognized-2016-nonprofit-impact

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