Labelle wins top NH Businesses for Social Responsibility honor

Winery founder presented with 18th annual Cornerstone Award

Amy LaBelle, owner and founder of LaBelle Winery, has been honored with the NH Businesses for Social Responsibility’s 2019 Cornerstone Award, in recognition of her efforts to integrate environmental and socially responsible initiatives throughout her operations and in her community.

LaBelle was presented with the award at the organization’s 18th annual Spring Conference, held May 1 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord. She “walks the talk, believing that the more her business grows and becomes successful, the more she should give back to the community,” said Kerrie Diers of Normandeau Associates, referring to comments from the award nomination submitted by Labelle’s employees.

Runner-up for the Cornerstone Award was ReVision Energy, a Certified B Corp., which was recognized for excelling in its industry and in the New Hampshire business community.

Also honored was Girls at Work Inc., which won the Partnership for Innovation Award for its work to build a strong community through their collaboration.

The mission of Girls at Work is to empower girls, shaping confidence through building. Elaine Hamel, founder of Girls at Work encouraged all businesses attending the NHBSR conference to volunteer in their communities saying “your efforts elevate the impact nonprofits can have.”

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