Matt Becker: Non-Profit Work

The non-profits that Matt is currently involved with are:

Big Brother’s Big Sisters of New Hampshire

Matt has been involved with BBBS since 2008.  He is very passionate about the organization and believes that BBBS changes lives for the better.

Matt is currently serving on both the BBBS State Board and the BBBS Seacoast Regional Board, where he served as President from 2015-2016.  Matt was either Chair or Co-Chair of their Spring Fundraiser, “Bowl for Kid’s Sake” from 2011-2015, raising between $75k – $100k each year.

On April 7th, 2018, Matt produced and played in “Learning To Fly – A Tom Petty Tribute” at The Music Hall in Portsmouth.  Three bands played, Good Will Harding, The Wildflowers and Captain Ray and the Castaways.  Net of all expenses, $20,000 was raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire.

Please visit our website at

Prescott Park Arts Festival

Matt served on the Prescott Park Arts Festival Development Committee for just under two years.

Please visit our website at for a list of all of our upcoming events and concerts!

Helping People Helping Pets

Matt was a founding Board Member of Helping People Helping Pets.  HPHP is a local non-profit that supplies pet food to various agencies (Operation Blessing, Salvation Army) as well as local NH food pantries.

Please visit our website at

Great Bay Corvette Club

GBCC is a group of Corvette owners on the Greater Seacoast who get together several times per year for fun and for non-profit work.  Our 3rd Annual Great Bay Corvette Club Driven to Make a Difference Car Show will be on September 17th, 2016.  This year we voted to support the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Springfield, MA.  Founder Steve Prefontaine has worked very hard over the years and is extremely dedicated to the cause.  In 2015, we delivered a check to NH Food Bank for $14,000!  Please visit our website for more informationGreat Bay Corvette Club.

Pan-Mass Challenge

Matt was an 8 year member of the Seacoast Young Team out of New Castle, NH.  The Seacoast Young Team rides in the PMC which is a 192 mile bicycle ride from Sturbridge, MA to Provincetown, MA to raise money for the Jimmy Fund.

Matt works in Portsmouth, NH where he helps to coordinate with how our annual donations for the office will be spent.  He has a desire to help children at risk in NH.

Live from Matt’s House – Matthew Becker

Portsmouth, NH

Matt Becker with Bob Dell Isola at the

2017 Big Bond Bash for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire

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