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Kristen Oliveri

Vice President of Communications and Marketing

Kristen Oliveri is the vice president of communications and marketing at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. She leads all aspects of the Foundation’s communications and marketing strategies including brand strategy and awareness, public relations and digital and print media.

Kristen is a Granite Stater, born, bred and schooled: She grew up in North Sutton, swimming and skating at Kezar Lake and learning to ski at King Ridge; she studied economics and political science at the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics (now the Peter T. Paul School of Business and Economics) and earned a Master’s in Public Administration at UNH.

Kristen came to the Foundation in 2003 from the high-tech world — her interest spurred by a partnership between the Foundation and industry to increase the impact of charitable giving.

She is a member of the advisory committee for NH Gives, New Hampshire’s signature 24-hour giving event created by the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, and a Leadership New Hampshire graduate, class of 2019.

Kristen lives in Manchester with her husband and daughter; most summer weekends find them packing up their trailer and camping gear and heading to the White Mountains or west to the Upper Valley.

Latest Posts

Foundation awards more than $2.6 million in community grants

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has awarded more than $2.6 million to nonprofit organizations serving the New Hampshire community through its 2023 Community Grants program.

NH Gives raises $3.3 million for more than 600 NH nonprofits

Nearly 14,000 people donated to local nonprofits during the state’s largest single day of giving

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

More than 600 charities participating; donate at NHGives.org on June 6-7.

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.

NH Charitable Foundation commits $500,000 to help bolster New Hampshire’s community mental health centers

Funds to support frontline mental health providers serving New Hampshire’s children, youth and families.

Greater Rochester Community Health Foundation awards $80k in inaugural grants

New Foundation awards first grants to improve health and well-being of people in Strafford County.

Charitable Foundation awards $3.8 million in operating support to nonprofits

Recent funding from Foundation's Community Grants program provides multiyear operating support to more than 80 nonprofits working across New Hampshire.

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 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.

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.

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 new strategy to reduce homelessness, increase affordable housing

The New Hampshire Council on Housing Stability has released a new statewide strategy that outlines plans to reduce first-time homelessness, end homelessness among veterans and increase affordable housing units in the state.