By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Communications Officer |
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has launched a new, interactive grants map that allows users to explore Foundation grantmaking by region, interest area, initiative and more.
The map, created in partnership with the nonprofit Foundation Center, is part of the Charitable Foundation’s commitment to transparency in grantmaking.
The interactive map provides information on grants from 2015 to 2018. Data will continually be added as it becomes available.
The Charitable Foundation awards more than $40 million in grants and scholarships each year; this map includes all grants, but does not include scholarship data.
Foundation strategy focused on reducing pain and hardship among our most vulnerable neighbors and reducing impact on critical health care and social service systems.
Learn about the constitution, go live on Facebook with scientists at the top of Mount Washington, creature a nature scavenger hunt in your own backyard, take a virtual field trip to a coral reef, create a landscape collage with an art educator from the Currier Museum of Art...and much, much more. New Hampshire's nonprofits are adapting to provide online resources for learning from home during challenging times.
Foundation is supporting the New Hampshire Emergency Child Care Collaborative with staffing and philanthropic resources, and will make grants to nonprofit child care centers to help ensure that essential workers have consistent and safe child care during the COVID-19 crisis.
To help respond to urgent community needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Foundation will prioritize support for the most vulnerable in our communities and provide maximum flexibility for grantees.
Foundation is closely tracking and following guidance from public health officials and will be prepared to help when the people of New Hampshire need us.
Report details efforts to increase opportunities to help more young people in New Hampshire reach their potential.
The Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation made $3.4 million in grants to 58 nonprofits in Coös County and surrounding communities in 2019.
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Funding from Foundation's Community Grants program is focused on providing multiyear operating support to nonprofits working all over New Hampshire.
Australian Communities Foundation shares information on how to best help their country recover in the months and years ahead.
Judy Burrows retired at the end of 2019. Her life's work has made life better for thousands of people.
The Granite State News Collaborative is a new venture that has media outlets working together to give more people access to well-reported local news. The Charitable Foundation and the Knight Foundation are supporting its work.