NHCIBOR Annual Mtg, Holiday Toy Drive and Installation of Officers on ZOOM – Advance Registration Required

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NHCIBOR Annual Meeting, Holiday Toy Drive and Installation of Officers on ZOOM – Registration Required


Join us on December 11, 2020 at 1pm for our virtual annual meeting and help support needy families by adding to the Tower of Toys! Click here to REGISTER in ADVANCE.

Unfortunately with COVID-19 more active than ever, we will not be able to host our annual holiday get together, but still do need to install our new officers!

As in years past, in conjunction with NHCIBOR Cares, we will be supporting the Tower of Toys fundraiser.

There are a number of ways to give outlined below, and all those that are on the Zoom meeting and donate at least $25 to the drive will be entered to win some “Holiday Cheer” sponsored by Jeff Boufford and Doug Martin.

Through NHCIBOR Cares, we will be accepting donations that will be used to buy toys and contribute to the annual Tower of Toys Drive.  Unwrapped toys can also be dropped off directly at “The Beacon Building” –  814 Elm Street, Manchester.

Nearing its 10th year, the Tower of Toys drive has helped make the holidays brighter and less stressful for thousands of families with kids of all age groups throughout a number of southern NH communities.

Checks made out to NH CIBOR Cares (Tower of Toys in memo line) can be sent to NHCIBOR 166 S River Road, Bedford NH 03110 or feel free to click on the PayPal link here.

All of the money raised is spent 100% on purchasing toys for kids of all ages (including teens) No amount to small!

Any questions regarding the Tower of Toys can be directed to Doug Martin at Colliers International.  Likewise anyone who knows a family in need should also reach out.

Thank you, we look forward to seeing you online….


Douglas Martin

Vice President |NH

Direct +1 603 206 9618 | Mobile +1 603 493 8784

Main +1 603 623 0100 | Fax +1 603 626 1983



Colliers International
175 Canal Street | Suite 401
Manchester, NH 03101 | United States









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