By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Content Manager |
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.
Photos, video from gathering of nearly 800 people to recognize and celebrate the work of NH's nonprofit sector
Charitable Foundation board member John Weeks III, managing director for Family Wealth & Business Transition Planning at Harvest Capital Management, on why philanthropic planning should be part of business planning
Lawmakers last year made it legal for health centers, public health networks and community organizations to operate what some call "needle exchange" programs
Kerry Norton, R.N., a Hope founder and its program director, said the women who live here are “the bravest people” she knows
Foundation partners with New Hampshire Solutions Journalism Lab and others to support year-long series in New Hampshire Union Leader that will explore solutions to addiction and behavioral health crises
Elizabeth Heath on how a nonprofit organization changed the course of her life, and how she is paying it forward
Dennis Ryan of Howe, Riley & Howe has seen an increasing emphasis on charitable giving and volunteering among clients he works with
Robin Young of Northstar Financial Planning on getting to the heart of what is most important to people
Mentors help our kids to thrive. Hundreds of New Hampshire kids are on waiting lists, hoping that caring adult will come along to spend some time with them
When women run for office, they are just as likely to win as men. The New Hampshire Women's Foundation is trying to get more women to run
Community Foundation Opportunity Network is working to ensure that all children have the opportunity to reach their full potential
Leaders in education, business, philanthropy and government came together with a shared goal in mind that 65 percent of New Hampshire adults have a high-value credential or post-secondary degree by the year 2025