By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Communications Officer |
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 Ynhen.Enhfpure@aups.bet to learn more.
Melinda takes over from Rick Peck, who served as vice president of development and philanthropy services at the Foundation since 2017.
New Hampshire Business Review's 2023 Charitable Giving Guide encourages people to give to the nonprofits that make New Hampshire better for all of us.
New Hampshire relies heavily on the nonprofit sector, and the nonprofit sector relies on all of us to help keep operations running — in good times and in challenging times.
Camp Doucet was enjoyed by thousands of Nashua children for decades. When it fell out of use, the nonprofit association that managed it decided to create two funds to benefit children and families in the Nashua region forever.
William Abbott has joined the Charitable Foundation as a senior philanthropy advisor for the Lakes and North Country regions. He talks with the Foundation’s Lois Shea about his family’s long agricultural legacies, the intersection of equity and conservation work and the honesty of conversations that can happen in “purple” towns.
Russia’s war on Ukraine has resulted in a catastrophic humanitarian crisis. More than four million people have already become refugees, fleeing bombardment and ground warfare and seeking safety and shelter. For generous people who want to help, a number of resources are available to assist in directing donations to where they will be most helpful and effective.
Starting on June 9 at 6 p.m., join thousands of your New Hampshire neighbors for NH Gives, a 24-hour giving event created by the NH Center for Nonprofits to support New Hampshire’s nonprofits.
The CARES Act made some changes to charitable deductions for individuals and corporations for 2020. Here is a very brief overview. While we know tax benefits are not the primary reason people give, we hope these changes will encourage increased giving to nonprofits during this challenging time.
Janet Guen joined the Foundation in January as senior philanthropy advisor for the Piscataqua Region. She talks with the Foundation’s Lois Shea about community philanthropy, a family trip to China, and her favorite things about New Hampshire’s Seacoast.
Australian Communities Foundation shares information on how to best help their country recover in the months and years ahead.
More than 400 New Hampshire people and families have set up scholarship funds at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to help other New Hampshire people get the education they need.
Contributions of all types of stock to charity are growing nationwide. In this installment of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's "Tools of the Trade" series, Richard Samuels, a director in the Corporate Department of McLane Middleton, talks about how gifts of closely held stock can have big charitable impact — and why timing and planning are critical to the process