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.
Foundation's Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund offers opportunity for young people to have a direct voice in their communities via new grantmaking program. Applications open until May 4
Emily Eng is able to "create music more deeply, to dive into the art more passionately" and develop the leadership skills to conduct orchestras with help from a Foundation scholarship
Coös County students are engaging community members in conversations about values, activities and resources that create positive school and community experiences for local youth
Elizabeth Heath on how a nonprofit organization changed the course of her life, and how she is paying it forward
Mallory Fredriksen of Alstead is studying to be a dental hygienist with help from a Charitable Foundation scholarship
CCA Global Partners ‘big’ brothers and sisters mentor kids right at the office
Dr. Kelley White talks about the profound effect of the state's drug crisis on her young patients, and how the "screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment" protocol is helping
David Brooks loved music. He left a legacy to make sure New Hampshire kids get the chance to love music, too
Mentors help our kids to thrive. Hundreds of New Hampshire kids are on waiting lists, hoping that caring adult will come along to spend some time with them
A generous family donated the 2,086-acre Beaver Brook Forest to the Charitable Foundation. Now, the land is in process of being conserved forever, and charitable resources generated by the sale are already at work in New Hampshire communities
Photographer Becky Field, who has been documenting the lives of immigrant and refugee families since 2012, has partnered with the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to establish Different Roots, Common Dreams Scholarship Fund
A $3 million anonymous gift to a donor-advised fund will help moms and babies affected by substance use