Cornerstone Award

nhbsr_cornerstone_logo.jpg2016 Cornerstone Award Nomination Period Is Closed.

The NHBSR Cornerstone award is presented to a member of the NHBSR network--an individual, business, or organization-- that exemplifies the concepts of corporate social responsibility within their organization and promotes the concepts of corporate social responsibility to the greater business community within the State of New Hampshire.

The Cornerstone Award is named for the cornerstone of a building, a significant first building block of a large and important building, which is usually laid with appropriate ceremonies. NHBSR chose the name for the award with the belief that corporate social responsibility should be a foundation of every business, a basic building block, or cornerstone, of our economy and our society.

The three 2016 Semi-finalists are:
      ~ReVision Energy of Exeter
      ~Post Landfill Action Network of Lee   
      ~Hypertherm and Casella (a collaborative project) of Hannover and Rutland respectively)

Share your admiration for an employer, employee or a peer - nominate them for the Cornerstone Award!

Download the one page application today!



(Pictured L-R) Tyler Strickland, Sequoya Technologies Group (Cornerstone Sponsor), Governor Hassan, Kyle Barker, Jeff Baker, Warrenstreet Architects, 2015 Cornerstone Winner and Michelle Veasey, NHBSR


Cornerstone Award Winners

2015 - Warrenstreet Architects

2014 - Jeff Baker, President, Image 4

2013 - W.S. Badger Company
2012 - Sequoya Technologies Group 

2011 - Antioch University of New England
2010 - C & S Wholesale Grocers
2009 - Hypertherm
2008- Monadnock Paper Mills
2007- Clean Air Cool Planet

Cornerstone Award Hall of Fame


2013 - Hypertherm, Inc. and Monadnock Paper Mills

Established in 2013, the Cornerstone Award Hall of Fame recognizes prior winners who re-apply and finish as a top-three finalist. Inductees are honored in the Hall of Fame for three years, at which point they may apply to renew their Hall of Fame status.