By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Content Manager |
Greater giving starts here.
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has been the go-to philanthropic resource for generous New Hampshire people since 1962. A new resource guide explains why, and how the Charitable Foundation helps people make a real difference in communities they love.
How Mike and Sheila Satzow, whose family business descended from Mike’s Russian-immigrant grandfather’s butcher shop, created and grew a fund to support the community that had been so good to the Satzow family.
How Bonnie Draper learned about the needs of kids in her community, and supported local mentoring and enrichment programs that help every kid “walk around with their head held high.”
How Sue Wyman helps young people from Berlin afford college.
Read Greater Giving Starts Here, and contact Laura Rauscher, director of development and philanthropy services, at 1-800-464-6641 ext. 274 or Laura.Rauscher@nhcf.org to learn more.
A new report from the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits makes the case that nonprofits are essential to the vitality of New Hampshire communities. The Center for Nonprofits’ CEO Kathleen Reardon talked with the Charitable Foundation’s Lois Shea about the findings.
Anne Phillips, Foundation director of grantmaking, and Melinda Mosier, director of donor services, on why core operating support is the best kind of support you can give to nonprofits
New Hampshire Business Review’s fifth-annual Charitable Giving Guide showcases the depth and breadth of New Hampshire's nonprofit sector and provides information and inspiration for giving and volunteering
Community foundations throughout the southeast have activated disaster relief funds to help those affected by the storm. Here's how you can help.
Giving as a family can be very rewarding, but it can also be complicated. Foundation senior philanthropy advisor Amy Fackelmann outlines some of the ways that the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation helps extended families come together around their giving, pass on giving traditions to the next generation, and support great work happening in our communities
Elise Salek, an estate planning attorney and member of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Capital Region advisory board, writes about how giving and volunteering are helping people connect with community, embrace new experiences and stay happy and healthy during retirement
Charitable Foundation director of donor services Melinda Mosier offers some ideas to start or bolster your own tradition of philanthropy
The Sundman family's quiet generosity has helped dozens of young people from Littleton to go to college. Now, David Sundman is expanding the scholarship fund created in his mother's honor by giving through an IRA charitable rollover. Foundation senior philanthropy advisor Linda Gray explains that the fund will help Littleton students for generations to come
Community foundations in California are helping to deploy donations where they are most needed for relief, recovery and rebuilding after devastating fires
Trying to choose the best vehicle for your philanthropy? Charitable Foundation director of philanthropy Laura Rauscher walks through some of the options, plus ways the Charitable Foundation partners with private foundations for the good of New Hampshire communities
Rick Peck, Charitable Foundation vice president for philanthropy, on some things to keep in mind about the new tax code — and why nonprofits need our support more than ever
Experts weigh in on why philanthropic planning is an important part of business planning, particularly when planning for transition