Harbour In The Community
2018 Movember Participants
This November was the first November that the employee’s at Harbour Capital participated in Movember. Movember is a month long fundraiser to help raise awareness for some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention.
We are proud to have participated and donated to such an incredible cause, while having some fun with our stache’s!
2018 Summer Softball
Harbour 2018 Softball Team
Left to Right: Dave Johnson, Bob Rose, Matt Burns, Keanan McGonigle, Alex McLaughlin, Alex Lake
Mike Costa, Shane Bartlett, Nate Bushnell, Jake LoGiudice
After a tough loss in the championship game. Great season everyone!
2018 Summer Internship Program
2018 Sales Internship Program
Shane Bartlett, Jake LoGiudice, Kevin Gilchrest, Kevin Silk, Keanan McGonigle, Alex McLaughlin, Nate Bushnell – Our 2018 Summer Interns standing outside of our office.
For over 10 years in a row, Harbour Capital’s employees have donated toys and bikes for the annual bike brigade and toy drive. All donations are sent to the Seacoast Area Firefighters Toybank to help bring joy and cheer to children on Christmas morning in the Seacoast community.
The knowledge that a simple donation to the Toybank can give a child a Christmas to remember warms the hearts of the Harbour Capital employees. We take pride in giving back to our community and look forward to this toy drive each and every year. Not only do our full-time employees take-part in the giving season, but our interns love to donate as well! The photo below is of some of our full-time employees and interns showcasing the 13 bikes donated to the Toybank.
2017 Christmas Bike Brigade & Toy Drive
Seacoast Area Firefighters Toy Bank
Jeff Derosa & Peter Downing with the Seacoast Area Firefighters Toy Bank, dropping off Harbour’s employee’s annual bike donations.
Harbour Capital Donates 100+ Food Items to Gather NH
2017 Gather NH Food Drive
Alex Lake, Jeff DeRosa, JD Noble, Doug Wentworth, and Rob Lowe standing with some of the food donated to Gather NH, an organization serving those in the Seacoast, NH community experiencing hunger.
For the 10th year in a row, the team at Harbour Capital collected non-parishable food items to donate to their local food pantry, Gather NH.
Each year, we seek to donate more food items than the previous year, and this year we broke our record with over 100 food items donated from our team.
Giving back to the local community is something that Harbour has been proud to do for over 20 years, especially during the holiday season.
Gather NH provides nutritious food through innovative distribution programs and offers nutrition education and recipes for healthy living. In addition, they work with community partners to address the root causes of hunger.
This past summer, Harbour Capital participated in the UNH Intramural Summer Softball. Although Harbour did not win the championship and cap the season off by hoisting the first place trophy, they had a great season and played their hearts out. Great moments were born from great opportunities this summer and there were definitely a handful of moments that will live on in their memories.
Harbour Capital finished the season 11-8, scoring the second most runs out of any team (299 total runs scored, averaging 14.24 runs/game including playoffs). After losing the first game of the playoffs and being knocked into the loser’s bracket, Harbour battled back by winning 3 straight games. This put them in the loser’s bracket championship where they ultimately lost to their rival Bit’s & Bats.
HCC Summer Softball 2017
Ken Walker, Chip Kelley, Bob Rose, Scott Ramsey, Dave Johnson, & Matt Kelly
Jeff Mutter, Matt Howard, Alex Lake, Matt St. Onge, Mike Cormier, & Gary McNally