By Kristen Oliveri, Vice President of Communications and Marketing |
Events of the last year mean that many families and children who were already vulnerable are now, tragically, more so: Spikes in unemployment, growing housing insecurity and food insecurity, challenges with remote learning, racial disparities in COVID risk and increasing gaps in health, education and access to social services conspired to make 2020 a perilous year for many children and families. Now, at the five-year mark of the Foundation’s New Hampshire Tomorrow initiative to increase opportunities for the most vulnerable children and families, the work has never been more urgent. Please read our 2020 New Hampshire Tomorrow report to the community.
Read the Charitable Foundation's 2020 annual report.
Generous Granite Staters come together to contribute $3.7 million to local nonprofits during state’s single largest day of giving.
NH Gives is back: 24-hour online fundraising event to benefit hundreds of area nonprofits and causes
Donate at NHGives.org on June 8-9 and take advantage of more than $1 million in matching gifts; nearly 600 charities participating.
The latest issue of the Foundation's Purpose newsletter is now available online. Read about how Girls, Inc. adapted its operations to help girls during remote learning; how nonprofits are helping people manage mental health challenges; a partnership to strengthen mentorship for LGBTQ youth — and much more.
After 13 years at the Charitable Foundation, Tym Rourke to join national healthcare consulting firm to advance health equity and integrated behavioral healthcare.
Robust civic health is vital to community problem-solving, trust, engagement, a sense of belonging — and so much more. Here are some suggestions for ways to give to help nurture the civic health of our communities.
India is struggling with a severe second wave of coronavirus that has infected millions, killed more than 250,000 and left the country’s health-care system under extreme stress. Relief organizations are rushing supplies, medical equipment and medical staff to help.
The “Gift to the Class of 2021” recognizes the disruption the pandemic has had on educational aspirations and aims to get students back on track.
24-hour online giving event in June to raise funds for New Hampshire’s nonprofits.
The Foundation will increase its grantmaking to help address continuing needs in our communities due to pandemic.
The Greater Rochester Community Health Foundation will partner with the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to award grants, make program-related investments, and provide other financial assistance to health and social service programs, organizations and projects that benefit the community.
Charitable Foundation co-signs letter by Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy.