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Lois R. Shea

Senior Writer and Communications Officer





Latest Posts


Pride Month celebrated with events around the state

From Nashua to the White Mountains, Pride events honor and celebrate LGBTQ+ rights.

‘Our kids need to see you’

Q&A with Rev. Heidi Carrington Heath, executive director of Seacoast Outright.

Dental and medical go hand-in-hand

The Tri-County CAP’s Tamworth Dental Center provides care for all.

America runs on child care

New Hampshire nonprofits are working on innovations, collaborations and solutions to the child care crisis — from the policy level to the paycheck level.

Stories of determination + possibility

The latest issue of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Purpose newsletter is now available.

Partnership provides free job training for people who receive SNAP benefits

The Charitable Foundation is working in conjunction with the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the Community College System of New Hampshire and the Foundation for New Hampshire Community Colleges to make free job-training available to people who receive SNAP benefits.

Boosting community vitality

Since 1993, the nonprofit Vital Communities has been bringing people together across sectors to tackle among the most complex challenges facing the region.

Medical-legal partnership aims to improve health outcomes for families

Dartmouth Health and New Hampshire Legal Assistance have teamed up to support family health by identifying health disparities and addressing legal needs to improve health outcomes.

Together We Thrive: In Our Community

Nonprofits are improving the quality of life in every corner of New Hampshire

NH Business Review 2024 Charitable Giving Guide now available

New Hampshire Business Review's 2024 Charitable Giving Guide encourages people to support the nonprofits that make the New Hampshire community better for all.

Greater Rochester Community Health Foundation announces $250,000 in grants

The Greater Rochester Community Health Foundation made recent grants to 20 nonprofits working to improve the health and well-being of people in Strafford County.

Bringing it Home

The Monadnock Economic Development Corporation is working to increase child care availability in the region through the “Bringing it Home” program, which is supporting in-home child care providers.