By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Content Manager |
Giving is always in season, and New Hampshire Business Review’s annual giving guide provides information and inspiration year-round.
The 2019 Charitable Giving Guide includes profiles of New Hampshire nonprofits, plus a how-to by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Laura Rauscher about how “charitable mission statements” can help people, families and businesses make their giving more effective, rewarding and joyful.
Read about how Eastern Bank supports life-changing scholarships, and how the Amato family of Milford is helping kids in their community — while also involving their own children and grandchildren in giving.
The Charitable Foundation is a founding partner of the Giving Guide, and sponsors the annual publication. This year’s sponsors also include Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, the Concord Hospital Trust, and Sheehan Phinney.
Kudos to New Hampshire Business Review for inspiring people to give.
Click the guide below to preview the digital edition.
Charitable Foundation and NH Center for Nonprofits team up to bring in national experts on strategic storytelling for workshops in Manchester and Plymouth. Register now to learn how to shape and sharpen your organization's storytelling strategies in ways that motivate audiences to take action. Presented by Douglas Hattaway and Tim Lewis of Hattway Communications, architects of the Communications Network's "Storytelling for Good" online platform
Community foundations throughout the southeast have activated disaster relief funds to help those affected by the storm. Here's how you can help.
A growing number of individuals and families are 'paying it forward' to Claremont and surrounding communities by becoming part of the Fund for Greater Claremont. Grants from the fund have helped connect kids with reading mentors at school; provide wraparound services for struggling families through the local family resource center; provide free dental care for kids; prevent domestic violence; support the local community center — and more
JerriAnne Boggis, executive director of the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire, and Joseph Morone, past president and CEO of Albany International Corporation, are the newest members of the 14-member governing board which oversees grantmaking, finances, stewardship of philanthropic resources and strategic initiatives for statewide community foundation
Sumner’s philanthropic legacy includes helping to establish the Foundation’s presence in the Piscataqua region
Steve Reno, director of Leadership New Hampshire, reflects on themes raised at Charitable Foundation's annual meeting: 'How often do we set out to make community, that is, deliberately to commit ourselves to the betterment of something larger than ourselves?'
Photos, video from gathering of more than 700 people to celebrate the extraordinary ways that ordinary people are building and strengthening community across the Granite State
One generous family kickstarted the greatest charitable legacy that New Hampshire has ever known. The Charitable Foundation's Spaulding-Potter Circle Legacy Society is named in their honor. When generous people include the Foundation in their estate plans, they join the Spauldings and Potters in that legacy for good.
The 350-acre Chickering Farm, on the Connecticut River in Westmoreland, will remain intact in perpetuity
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
Allyson Ryder, Associate Director of Leadership New Hampshire and member of the Governor's Council on Diversity and Inclusion, on the importance of collective and concerted efforts to make the Granite State a welcoming place for all
Initiative of the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund brings leaders together every year to focus on opportunities and strategies to help North Country communities thrive