NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. (PRWEB) December 15, 2016
CASA – the Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire – proudly introduces Nick Giacoumakis as the newest member of its Board of Directors.
Nick is President and Founder of the New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc. He is a resident of Windham, N.H.
New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc. recently raised more than $6,000 for CASA of NH through its annual golf tournament. The event was held at the Ferncroft Country Club in Middleton, Mass., and drew more than 85 golfers.
“The care and protection of children who are abused, vulnerable and at a disadvantage is such a critical priority,” Nick said. “It’s an honor to support the many dedicated advocates of CASA of New Hampshire.”
CASA of New Hampshire CEO and President Marty Sink expressed her appreciation for the generosity of New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc. through this event.
“We are so grateful for New England Investment & Retirement Group’s support of CASA,” says CASA of New Hampshire CEO and President Marty Sink. “Our work is sadly never done, but through the ongoing and generous support of our local communities and individuals like Nick, and with the recruitment of new volunteers each year, we are able to work closer toward our mission of advocating for 100 percent of New Hampshire’s abused and neglected children.”
About New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc.
Since it opened in 1995, New England Investment & Retirement Group, Inc. has become one of the region’s premier wealth management and retirement planning services firms. With offices in Massachusetts and Florida, the mission of the firm is to help its clients pursue financial independence by providing unbiased, objective guidance and by bringing value through communication, education and exceptional service. For more information, call 978-975-2559.
About CASA of New Hampshire
CASA of New Hampshire is based in Manchester, N.H., with five regional offices around the state. Its volunteers operate in every family court in the state. For more information, visit http://www.casanh.org or call 800-626-0622.