Rob Schultz, executive director of COVER Home Repair, pitches and wins a 2015 EFNH AMP Grant worth $25,000. Read more.

Rob Schultz, executive director of COVER Home Repair, pitches and wins a 2015 EFNH AMP Grant worth $25,000. Read more.

Entrepreneurs’ Fund of New Hampshire

Engaging entrepreneurs

EFNH makes philanthropy part of how business is done in New Hampshire.

A new way to give back

More than 100 dedicated, high-energy entrepreneurs, company managers, employees, and investors — some well-established, some just starting out — have created an entrepreneurial network for good.

EFNH actively challenges traditional models of giving — just like members challenge their own businesses.

Amplified benefit

EFNH looks to make grants with multiplier effects that, like venture funding to a small startup, can pay enormous dividends. And EFNH members partner with nonprofits in innovative ways to help do good for New Hampshire communities.

Pitch it. Win $25,000.

EFNH hosts “pitch camps” to help nonprofit leaders fine-tune their messaging and prep for the annual AMP Grant competitions.


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Membership in EFNH expresses your commitment to ensuring that New Hampshire remains a great place to live, work and innovate. As an EFNH member you — and your company — can increase visibility by promoting your commitment to improving New Hampshire’s quality of life.

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Our ask is that entrepreneurs be part of crafting what is New Hampshire’s future.
–Jesse Devitte, EFNH founding member
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To learn more about how individuals and companies can get involved, contact:

Lynda Reinish
  • Lynda Reinish
  • Senior Philanthropy Advisor, Capital Region