New Hampshire Bridge Scholarships: Make a difference in the life of an underprivileged student.

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Strategic business investment in the education of underprivileged students via New Hampshire’s Education Tax Credit Scholarships increases student achievement, reduces inequalities and ensures a next generation of well-educated employees and leaders. Every child deserves a quality education! That's why it is so important that we invest in education today.
Businesses can receive an 85% NH Education Tax Credit from the State of New Hampshire against business profits tax and/or business enterprise tax, as well as a federal tax deduction, for a total of about a 90% tax savings.
Education Tax Credits are awarded to businesses from January 1, 2016 until June 15, 2016 and we are happy to assist you. Click here to contact us.
Parents speak:
“No more exposure to bullying, drugs or arrests in school… amazing difference in my daughter – her attitude about school has really changed… very stimulating environment at my daughter’s new school… the school is able to give the individualized, accelerated instruction my son needs… the new school has reversed the decline in my son’s grades and attitude… my son loves his new school and is learning so much – no more teaching to the test and showing movies all the time…  my son’s online courses have much higher expectations of him and we have much better communication with instructors... since attending his new school, my son’s confidence has soared and he takes responsibility for himself and his work and feels like a vital part of the community… my daughter has been able to pursue her talent for languages with advanced classes in Spanish and Mandarin… we were able to buy a curriculum to meet our daughter’s needs… so much less stress… LOVE IT!”
Children speak: 
“I get individual attention… I don’t have to fit on a conveyor belt anymore – I can think for myself… I love my teachers – I learned how to knit… no more bullying, no teachers yelling at me… I don’t have to sit down all the time – I can learn outside… I’m more challenged… no more worksheets… my teachers care about me and take time to make sure I’m learning.”
Our contact information is:
Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO)
8 North Main Street, Suite 8
Concord, NH 03301
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