Elm City Church

Albie Powers, Pastor

You were not meant to do life on your own! As a church, we are interested
in authentic, life-on-life relationships that point to Jesus and His mission to make disciples. Because of this, we have smaller communities of people that meet across the city each week to intentionally share life together. We call these Life Groups and they are the heartbeat of Elm City Church.

hello@elmcitychurch.com | 603-903-9856 | www.elmcitychurch.com


COMPASS Innovative Behavior Strategies

Dan Dube, CEO

Ally Dube, M.S., LABA, BCBA

Compass was founded by parents of children with developmental disabilities, dedicated to creating a company with a key objective of removing barriers that parents face when trying to obtain treatment for their children. Compass was a pioneer in accepting NH Medicaid for ABA therapy services. Today, almost 70% of our caseload consists of families receiving NH Medicaid support, who otherwise may not have access to this vital therapy for months or years.

info@compassbehavior.com | 603-488-5008 | www.compassbehavior.com


New Hampshire Dance Institute (NHDI)

Jennifer Marshall

The mission of the New Hampshire Dance Institute is to enrich the educational, intellectual, physical, and social well-being of school children – inclusive of all abilities and backgrounds – by instilling confidence and discipline through the job of dance and music.

nhdi@nhdi.org | 603-355-8911 | www.nhdi.org


What Nourishes You? LLC

Cynthia Knipe, RDN, LDN

Cynthia Knipe is a Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist who separates food and health fads from facts.  She interprets current nutrition research into real food we can put on our plates. Cindy develops individualized nutrition plans and customized wellness programs for individuals, corporate clients and community organizations that are interested in a food-first approach to health and wellness.   She works with clients in NH, MA and VT.

cynthiaknipe@gmail.com | 603-738-5791 | www.whatnourishesyou-nh.com
25 Roxbury Street (Office 111) Keene NH 03431


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Danya Landis, Co-Founder
Rebecca Hamilton, Co-Founder

Machina Arts is a New England based organization dedicated to promoting and showcasing artists and musicians who are motivated to change the world through their work. Machina Arts gives artists and musicians the opportunity to show work in alternative spaces while creating an arts centered community around experiential gallery events.

info@machinaarts.org | (603)-205-0135 | www.machinaarts.org
25 Roxbury Street (Office 204), Keene, NH 03431


Menadena 

Ben Robertson, Website Designer/Owner

Menadena is a trusted partner for companies that need website design, search engine optimization, and marketing consulting services to achieve their strategic goals.  They work with world-class companies to provide our clients with websites and digital marketing platforms that support their objectives.  Unlike web design companies focused on design or technology, they apply business strategy to help customers succeed.

Menadena is a Shopify Partner and Squarespace Developer and participates in the Squarespace Authorized Trainer program.

ben@menadena.com | (603) 499-4590 | www.menadena.com


Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF)

Dianna Costello, Executive Director

Recently named “Up and Coming Film Fest” by New Hampshire Magazine’s “Best of New Hampshire” issue, the Monadnock International Film Festival (MONIFF) showcases high quality independent cinema every April in the beautiful Monadnock Region. 2017 will mark the fifth annual festival to be held from April 20-22nd in downtown Keene and for the first time, in neighboring Peterborough on April 23rd.

MONIFF features award-winning films on the festival circuit, both domestic and foreign, along with premieres of regionally produced films by local filmmakers. Our mission is to celebrate independent films by offering audiences compelling stories from here at home and around the world, exposing them to diverse cultures and points of view. We screen both narrative and documentary feature films as well as short films in the historic 880-seat Colonial Theatre in downtown Keene and in the Putnam Theatre at Keene State College.

The highlight of our festival on Saturday night is the Jonathan Daniels awards ceremony, honoring Keene’s Civil Rights hero and given to a filmmaker who has made a film that fuses artistic excellence with awareness of social justice issues. At the Saturday night ceremony, we also give Audience Choice awards to Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary Feature, and Best Short Film.

dianna@moniff.org | 603-522-7190 | www.moniff.org

The Samaritans

The Samaritans is a resource to provide information about suicide; to educate others and raise awareness about suicide, and; to provide support to suicide survivors and those considering suicide. While referral to a licensed mental health provider or therapist is always the best option, there are those who are uncomfortable in traditional therapeutic environments or who cannot afford treatment. Those struggling with depression or thoughts of suicide may just need someone to listen, without judgement, and who can refer them to other support services.

The Samaritans Keene chapter was founded in 1981 by a local family, who lost their son to suicide. Samaritan volunteers answer confidential, anonymous crisis hotlines for people that are lonely, isolated depressed or suicidal.

director@samaritansnh.org  |  603-357-5510  | www.samaritansnh.org/