Success stories

"Lean" describes more than the meat at Brookford Farm, where Luke Mahoney has embraced progressive business practices.
Stony Brook Estates' 2014 conversion to resident ownership kept homes affordable for its retirees.
Gahungu Simon, who grew up in refugee camps, used an IDA to become the first in his family to get a college degree.
The co-owners of Single Digits saw an opportunity their giant competitors didn't. A Vested for Growth investment helped them grasp it.
Forced to find a new home for its child care/early education center, Great Bay Kids' Company built a new school which would accommodate babies and the youngest toddlers.
An affordable apartment in her hometown means Rita Landry can live independently and comfortably.
"When I can inspire other people to match what I’ve given, it just makes me feel like we’ve accomplished so much more."
Earning fixed-rate interest while supporting N.H. people and organizations was the solution for the Monadnock Folklore Society.
After declaring bankruptcy and losing their previous house to foreclosure, Wanita and Kevin Ordway wondered if they'd ever again own a home.
Child care and early-education programs operate on paper-thin profit margins, yet must remain affordable to working families. The Business of Child Care Initiative helps directors sharpen their business skills.