Better Together Grant funds major tech upgrade at Beech Tree Co-op

EXETER, N.H. – Beech Tree Cooperative is a small, 55 and older manufactured home community, with 27 homes and a community center, nestled in the woods of Exeter, N.H. The Members were using an older laptop that belonged to a Board Member to connect via Zoom for external business meetings as well as an older printer that was donated by a Member. Beech Tree was awarded $2,000 to purchase a new laptop, printer and large monitor for the community. The upgrade in new devices will help the community with its online meetings as well as to print agendas, budget information, election ballots and event flyers.

The Better Together Grants are funded by ROC USA® and awarded by the ROC Association Directors each year. The grants of up to $2,000. Any ROC with a current or past Technical Assistance Contract with a ROC USA Certified TA Provider is eligible to apply. Awardees of the previous year’s Grants are not eligible to apply. The Better Together Grants program opens once per year. This year, the application period opens April 5, with applications due May 5. 

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Beech Tree Cooperative used a Better Together Grant to upgrade its technology package to enhance meetings and its printing capabilities.