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November 21, 2022

Sulloway & Hollis Provides Pro Bono Support to Local Non-Profit

Concord, NH – November 21, 2022: Sulloway & Hollis provides pro bono support to people and organizations whose work aligns with our values, strategic initiatives, or community goals. It’s a treat when we can help a friend whose mission is as important to us as it is to them. Recently, Sulloway’s Non-Profit Organization group was able to help a friend, Helen St. Pierre, with the creation of a new non-profit corporation: Old Dogs Go To Helen.

Kevin O’Shea, one of Sulloway’s equity members, first met Ms. St. Pierre more than a decade ago as a client of No Monkey Business Dog Training. When Helen decided to create a non-profit business to provide much-needed support and care to senior or hospice dogs, Kevin offered to help her set up her charitable organization, and register for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

Attorney Allyson Moore and Summer Intern Allison Sherwood helped guide Ms. St. Pierre through the non-profit corporation formation, tax exemption application, and Attorney General registration processes for Old Dogs Go To Helen.

Earlier this year, Old Dogs Go to Helen was able to fully establish itself as a non-profit corporation with the State of New Hampshire and achieve 501(c)(3) status in a matter of weeks, without incurring any cost.

Click here to learn more about Old Dogs Go To Helen.