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Stories of determination + hope

In the latest issue of Purpose, we learn about the many ways in which New Hampshire’s nonprofit organizations are addressing the state’s affordable housing crisis — and meet a family now living in safe and secure housing thanks to that work. Also in this issue, we meet Tina Philibotte, chief equity officer for the Manchester School District, learn about how a New Hampshire man saved for years for a scholarship to benefit other students, and more.

Making nhcf.org accessible

The Foundation’s website, nhcf.org, has been updated to be more accessible to people with a range of disabilities — including blindness, low vision, deafness and hearing loss.

Mary Ann Dempsey awarded 2022 Caroline and Martin Gross Fellowship

The honor will enable Dempsey to attend an intensive, three-week program this summer with public servants from around the world. Dempsey will attend the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in July. The fellowship, now in its 28th year, was established in memory of the late New Hampshire House Majority Leader Caroline Gross and the late Concord Mayor Martin Gross to honor dedication to public service.

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation announces five scholarship recipients for the Bill and Esther Levy Scholarship Fund

The Bill and Esther Levy Scholarships support students from A. Crosby Kennett High School in Conway — awarding $78,500 in scholarships in 2022.

A lifeline for families

A network of 16 nonprofit family resource centers from Gorham to Peterborough provides critical and ongoing support to thousands of New Hampshire families.

NH Gives raises more than $3 million for third year in a row

Granite Staters came together to contribute $3.5 million to local nonprofits during the state’s single largest day of giving.

Believing in the power of education

David C. Prescott saved for years to create a scholarship that will help New Hampshire students for generations.

NH Gives is back: 24-hour online fundraising event to benefit hundreds of area nonprofits and causes

Nearly 600 charities participating; donate at NHGives.org on June 7-8.

A message to our nonprofit partners about ‘Together We Thrive’

We launch this plan with understanding of how far we have to go, and excitement about how far we can go, in partnership with New Hampshire’s nonprofits and generous donors.

Together We Thrive

The Foundation’s new strategic plan is focused on advancing equity and racial justice — to help make New Hampshire a community where we can all thrive, together.

Foundation seeks community participants to design new Racial Justice Fund

Foundation launches Racial Justice Fund, which will be led by a group of community partners with lived experience and a passion for advancing racial justice. The group will decide how the fund should be used to advance racial justice in New Hampshire and will define goals and priorities for the fund.

A report from community: the barriers people face

As the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation undertook a strategic planning process to set priorities for the coming years, we first set out to listen closely to people who have faced those barriers.