News Digest: FIT gets donation; Ameriprise advises on 401(k)s
Pediatrics center donates to FIT birthday program
The partners of River Road Pediatrics, of Bedford, recently donated $400 to Families in Transition’s “A Birthday to Remember” program.
FIT, a Manchester- and Concord-based homeless services provider, hosts bimonthly birthday parties for its youth participants, many of whom would need to forgo a birthday celebration without the help of the birthday program, which is underwritten by individuals or businesses.
This is the second birthday party the partners of River Road Pediatrics have sponsored.
FIT is a nonprofit organization that provides safe, affordable housing and comprehensive social services to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, enabling them to gain self-sufficiency and respect.
FIT also owns and operates two thrift stores in Manchester and Concord, as well as a newly established commercial cleaning company, all of which serve as economic engines to help pay for services the organization provides.
For more information about FIT, the birthday program, the stores and the commercial cleaning company, visit www.fitnh.org or call 641-9441.
Ameriprise adviser attends 401(k) conference
Victor Kwitkiwski, a business financial adviser with Ameriprise Financial, recently attended the firm’s 401(k) Success Conference.
Retirement industry experts presented information on 401(k) plan design, business development strategies, ways to improve participant outcomes and pending legislation.
Several sessions focused on helping small-business owners establish, maintain and modify their companies’ retirement plans.
Kwitkiwski was one of a select group of Ameriprise financial advisors invited to attend the event, which was held in Minneapolis, where the company’s headquarters is located.
Kwitkiwski’s office is at 258 S. River Road, Suite 2, in Bedford.
Candidates: Upload info for voter guide
Attention, candidates for all local offices in the Sept. 11 primary and the November election: If you want to be part of the online voter guide run by the Nashua Telegraph, Cabinet and Journal newspapers, it’s time to get to work.
The Voter Guide, which will be part of the papers’ websites, uses a service called e-The-People that allows candidates to upload information about themselves and their positions.
The site will go live within the next two weeks. Candidates who haven’t uploaded information will present a blank face, so to speak.
Each candidate has a unique code that gives access to the site.
To get your code, email David Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating your name, party and office sought, including district.
Any questions? Call 594-6531.