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.
University of New Hampshire senior Riley Kenney shares his reflections on his summer internship at the Charitable Foundation
Lakes Region Child Care provides high-quality early education to 424 infants and children from 28 towns
Members of the Makin’ It Happen Coalition for Resilient Youth see drugs and alcohol as a clear and present danger to their generation. They are deflecting that danger with a potent weapon: the optimism of the young
When this bank president was a young, single mom, nonprofits helped her family and helped her build a career. Now she is a tireless champion for the nonprofit sector
Foundation recognized for helping build statewide infrastructure for early childhood education
New Hampshire residents to get job training for high-demand fields thanks to $250,000 grant from Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation will award workforce-training scholarships over three years
Matt Faucher of Berlin is earning an associate degree in IT with help from a Foundation scholarship. New Hampshire's "dual admission" program means all of his credits will transfer toward a bachelor's degree at one of the state's public universities
Dartmouth-Hitchcock has implemented screening tool for substance use with teens, young adults and obstetrics patients with help from Foundation grants
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