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Sheri Rockburn awarded Caroline and Martin Gross Fellowship

Rockburn, assistant commissioner of New Hampshire’s Department of Administrative Services, will attend an intensive, three-week program at the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government with public servants from around the world.

Earth science teacher awarded Christa McAuliffe Sabbatical

Teacher Gregg Stott of Hanover plans to produce a documentary film about how the Ice Age affected the Connecticut River Valley and develop an Earth Science curriculum to help students from elementary to high school notice and better understand the geology of their own backyards.

Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund awards $916,000 through its application grantmaking programs to support efforts in the North Country

Large, Local, Dash and Empower Coös Youth application grant programs support essential needs for individuals and families, a healthy workforce ecosystem, environmental stewardship, and more.

Building projects, friendships and community

Wolfeboro’s Makers Mill provides spaces for learners of all ages to tinker, fix, invent, build, design, craft and innovate — together.

Free screenings of Anxious Nation coming to New Hampshire communities

New documentary will be screened statewide, accompanied by panel discussions and access to mental health and suicide prevention resources.

Art for all

Julianne Gadoury, executive director of Kimball Jenkins in Concord, wants everyone to have the opportunity to experience — and benefit from — art.

New data point to behavioral health challenges among young people

Traci Fowler, Foundation director of behavioral health, on New Hampshire’s 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey: Data show behavioral health challenges among New Hampshire’s children and adolescents are real, and they are widespread. But importantly, they are also treatable, and oftentimes preventable. Prevention works, treatment is effective and people recover.

Melinda Mosier named VP of Donor Engagement and Philanthropy Services

Melinda takes over from Rick Peck, who served as vice president of development and philanthropy services at the Foundation since 2017.

Scholarship honors a NH legend

The John Harrigan Memorial Scholarship Fund will help New Hampshire students who are studying Journalism and/or Environmental Science or Policy.

Concentric stories: New initiative eases process for telling pandemic story

"Our Story NH" project, which aims to provide a historical archive, launches new option for people to share stories quickly.

A warm meal with good friends – and much more

For more than 6,000 seniors or adults with disabilities in and around Grafton County, the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, its eight senior centers and its community partnerships offer transportation, meals, activities, health and financial guidance and companionship.   

Announcing temporary changes to Community Grants program for 2023

As we work to improve our Community Grants program for the long-term, in 2023 we will offer a single, one-year, Unrestricted Grant program with awards of up to $20,000. There will be no Express Grants or multi-year Unrestricted grants awarded in 2023.