By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Communications Officer |
Looking for strategies and inspiration for charitable giving in the Granite State?
Check out the 2018 Charitable Giving Guide, published by New Hampshire Business Review. This year’s issue includes profiles of New Hampshire nonprofits, plus a how-to by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Richard Peck about creating a culture of giving in your business, and articles about how New Hampshire businesses like Associated Grocers of New England and AG Supermarkets and Pax World Funds are doing strategic giving that strengthens communities.
The Charitable Foundation is a proud sponsor of the Giving Guide, along with the Red River Charitable Foundation, Sheehan Phinney, the Concord Hospital Trust, Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits.
Kudos to New Hampshire Business Review for inspiring people to give.
Click the guide below to preview the digital edition.
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New documentary will be screened statewide, accompanied by panel discussions and access to mental health and suicide prevention resources.
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Evelyn Aissa, Sarah Mattson Dustin, Kristin Girald and Ritu Ullal join New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Board of Directors
The 11-member governing board oversees grantmaking, finances, stewardship of philanthropic resources and strategic initiatives for New Hampshire’s statewide community foundation.
New Hampshire nonprofits address COVID’s mental health fallout.
If HB 544 passes — aimed ban to anti-racism, implicit bias and gender bias training in state-funded agencies, schools, and business — it would be severely problematic for our economy, our children, and our image to the rest of the nation
Each year, the Christa McAuliffe Sabbatical awards a year-long leave of absence to an exceptional New Hampshire public school teacher. The sabbatical provides the teacher with the time, space, and funding to explore, through a self-designed project, new ideas and ways to enhance classroom teaching. Here, Kearsarge Elementary School teacher Kristin Lizotte, who was awarded the McAuliffe Sabbatical in 2019, reflects on her experience.
Few people have given greater service to — or had a greater impact on — the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation than Harold Janeway. He was a beloved member of the Foundation community who will be profoundly missed. "When I think about Harold, I will always think of his ability to gently ask hard questions, his humor, his vision, his patience when it was appropriate and impatience when it was not,” said Foundation President and CEO Richard Ober. “I think there are two words that tie all that together — wisdom and love.”
Read the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's 2019 annual report.
Zachos, who passed away earlier this month, chaired the Foundation’s board from 1994 to 1996 and served as a member from 1990-1998. Former Foundation President Lew Feldstein remembers the combination of "strength, confidence and humor" she brought to everything she did.
Longtime Charitable Foundation board member and regional advisor helped to structure charitable gift that has made a significant difference for people struggling with substance use disorder in New Hampshire.
Elizabeth A. Dragon, Keene City Manager and 2019 recipient of the Caroline and Martin Gross Fellowship, reflects on how the Senior Executives in State and Local Government program at Harvard pushes attendees to the edge of their comfort zone – the best place to learn.