The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is embedded in every community in the state through a system of regional advisory boards and incorporators, and by having staff live and work in each region.
In the Capital Region, the advisory board, in partnership with Foundation staff, review and approve grant requests, host events, and identify and lead community initiatives.
In 2012, with assets totaling $14.1 million, donors contributed more than $10.1 million in charitable gifts and the foundation distributed $593,407 in grants and scholarships throughout the 19 communities included in the region.
We invite you to learn more about our region in this section or by calling one of our staff members at right.
In recent months, the foundation has made $105,000 in grants and student aid awards in the Capital Region. Examples include:
Capitol Center for the Arts received $20,000 for operating support.
Concord Boys and Girls Club received $20,000 for operating support.
Concord Dental Sealant Coalition received $5,000 to provide school-based dental services.
Merrimack Valley Day Care Service received $20,000 to implement an agency wide education improvement plan.
Penacook Community Center, Inc. received $20,000 for operating support.
Red River Theatres, Inc. received $20,000 to upgrade projection equipment.