Brady Sullivan and Northwestern Mutual “team up for good”

August 02, 2019 - Northern New England
Shown (from left) are: Christina Ellsworth, Northwestern Mutual
marketing & events coordinator; Scott Christensen,
Northwestern Mutual managing partner; Arthur Sullivan, Brady 
Sullivan Properties principal owner; Quinn Hogan, Northwestern
Mutual Partner Clearview Financial; and Stephen Graham,
Northwestern Mutual Partner Clearview Financial

Manchester, NH Brady Sullivan will make donations to six N.H. charitable organizations in partnership with their long-time commercial tenant, Northwestern Mutual. The donations include: $5,000 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund; $2,000 to St. Raphael Parish; $1,000 to Girls Inc.; and $500 each to CASA NH, NH Food Bank, and Habitat for Humanity.

“We are thrilled to be able to show our appreciation for our long-standing relationship with Northwestern Mutual in such a unique way,” said Arthur Sullivan, principal owner Brady Sullivan Properties. “By inviting the Northwestern Mutual team to hand-pick the recipients of these donations, we are able to help make a positive change in the community in a way that is personally meaningful to them.”

Members of Northwestern Mutual’s top-performing teams selected donation recipients based on their knowledge and experience with the important work they’re doing in the community.

“Making a difference for these six charities, and giving our team members the opportunity to choose the recipients on a very personal level is an important aspect of our mission, which includes supporting those organizations on which so many in our community depend,” said Scott Christensen, managing partner of Northwestern Mutual.

Northwestern Mutual recently committed to another 10-year stay at the Brady Sullivan Plaza on 1000 Elm St., including a move to the 15th floor which features views of the city.

Brady Sullivan Properties is one of New England’s largest real estate developers, with an extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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