Mike and Sheila Satzow established the Fund for Greater Claremont to support the community they love. They encouraged others to join, expanding the pool of charitable dollars available for projects and programs that benefit Claremont. And, with a family donor-advised fund, they are involving multiple generations in their giving. (Photo by Cheryl Senter.)

Mike and Sheila Satzow established the Fund for Greater Claremont to support the community they love. They encouraged others to join, expanding the pool of charitable dollars available for projects and programs that benefit Claremont. And, with a family donor-advised fund, they are involving multiple generations in their giving. (Photo by Cheryl Senter.)

Greater giving starts here

New guide explains how the Charitable Foundation helps generous people do great things with their giving

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.

And more.

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.

 


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