By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Content Manager |
New Hampshire Tomorrow is the Charitable Foundation’s 10-year $100-million initiative to increase opportunities for New Hampshire kids.
Too many New Hampshire children do not have access to opportunities that allow them to thrive. Children who thrive today have the chance to grow into the thriving adults who will sustain our communities tomorrow.
Please see our New Hampshire Tomorrow 2017 Progress Report for a look at investments and progress made in 2017.
Rene Lacasse of Claremont was an immigrant, a United States Navy veteran, a steel worker, a dad and a coach. He loved basketball, and he thought all kids should have the opportunity to play sports. Now, a fund in his name at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is covering registration fees for kids in need to participate in sports and other activities at the local community center
The Bishop family created a fund to honor their youngest son and give life-changing opportunity to kids in need
The Norman F. and Marilyn W. Jones Scholarship Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation will make its first awards this year
RAND Corporation study looks at strategies for wise investments in home visiting and preschool that will give more New Hampshire children the opportunity to thrive
Grant part of the Charitable Foundation’s 10-year New Hampshire Tomorrow initiative to increase opportunities for young people in need
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's new director of education and career initiatives on advancing "65 by 25," the barriers too many kids face, and the tennis coach who changed his life
Funding from Foundation's Community Grants program is now focused entirely on providing multiyear operating support to nonprofits working all over New Hampshire
Giving hard-working New Hampshire kids a roadmap to success
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
Youth Risk Behavior Survey is critical in understanding young people's risk factors for addiction — and in tailoring efforts to help them stay healthy
During October, "Solutions Journalism" series explored "hub-and-spoke" lessons from neighboring Vermont, how Manchester's ACERT team is helping children who have been exposed to trauma, and more
University of New Hampshire senior Riley Kenney shares his reflections on his summer internship at the Charitable Foundation