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Pemi-Baker Literacy's mission is to improve individual literacy skills in the communities we serve because a community's well-being and stability is impacted by the degree to which its citizens are literate.

Pro Portsmouth, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1977 with the production of the first Market Square Day. At its heart, the group began as a result of a grassroots effort by a group of people who wanted to make a positive impact on their community.

Plan NH is a membership organization of planning, design and development (and related) professionals.  Founded in 1989, we raise awareness of the impact of the built environment (what we build, where we build and how) on the health and vitality of communities here in the Granite State.  Our "audiences" are our members and others in the professions, as well as citizens and community leaders who care about where they live, work, and/or play.

Portsmouth Music and Arts Center (PMAC) is a community music and visual arts school providing creative learning opportunities for all ages. Our mission is to build community through the arts. From Kindermusik and pre-school art classes, to music ensembles and art classes for retirees, we have something for everyone.

"Through preservation and education, Prescott Farm celebrates the interconnections between our community and the natural systems that sustain us all." Prescott Farm’s vision is to engage members and visitors in meaningful experiences so they will form a relationship with Prescott Farm, develop an understanding of the connections among the community, environment and our place in it, and be inspired to make choices that will result in a healthier future on a personal, local and global scale.

The mission of The Palace Theatre Trust is to enrich the region's cultural life and serve as a community resource through its stewardship of the historic Palace Theatre. It does so by providing a broad range of live, high quality, professional and community performances, as well as educational opportunities for performers and audiences of all ages. Built in 1914, the Palace Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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