In the Community

BASC In the Community

BASC is proud to be an integral part of our community. We believe that it is our responsibility to extend our reaches to those who need it most.

Whether it's a road race, a cultural festival, a golf tournament, a dinner, or an All Star football game, the BASC family happily joins our partners to build a better community.

The CHaD NH East-West High School All-Star Football Game, powered by the Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center, made its debut on June 23, 2012, and has quickly proven itself a key fundraising event for CHaD (Children's Hospital at Dartmouth). Thanks to a dedicated group of corporate sponsors, players, spirit team members, community leaders and steadfast committee members, more than $1.2 million has been raised in the last 5 years to support CHaD programs.

The need for the Safe Sports Network program hit home for the founder, Nick Vailas, one August day more than 20 years ago. He was standing next to an athletic-looking young man outside a fence watching Manchester Central High School's football tryouts. He asked the young man why he wasn’t out there. The response to that question ("Because my family can't afford the physical.") planted the seed that has become the Safe Sports Network.

Fueled by the passion of promoting healthy and enjoyable lifestyles, Millennium Running is vertically integrated running company that enhances the community with over a dozen Signature Road Races & Triathlons, a Running Specialty Retail Store, a Running Club, and Timing & Event Services. Originally inspired by the Millennium Mile and founded in September 2010 by John Mortimer, Millennium Running quickly grew into New Hampshire’s largest road race management company. Annually, Millennium has more thank 29,000 participants in their Signature Events and times more than 60,000 runners. With more than $375,000 in funds raised for local organizations and non-profits since its inception, Millennium Running strives to strengthen the community with its charitable efforts.