By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Content Manager |
The Granite State News Collaborative is a new enterprise that breaks down barriers of competition among news outlets in favor of collaboration. The collaborative formed in response to the hollowing out of the traditional news gathering industry (60 percent of news-industry jobs in New Hampshire have disappeared since 2001), and shares reporting duties and content across its 16 member media outlets.
A Foundation grant for core mission support helped the collaborative as it undertook its first statewide reporting project on behavioral health and expanded its member base. The collaborative has secured additional funding from the Knight Foundation and is about to launch its second year-long statewide reporting initiative.
To learn more, visit www.collaborativenh.org.
Funding from Foundation's Community Grants program is focused on providing multiyear operating support to nonprofits working all over New Hampshire.
Australian Communities Foundation shares information on how to best help their country recover in the months and years ahead.
Judy Burrows retired at the end of 2019. Her life's work has made life better for thousands of people.
A new report shows that New Hampshire has the second-highest rate, per capita, of children who are affected by their parents' opioid misuse. Tym Rourke, director of the Charitable Foundation's "New Hampshire Tomorrow" initiative, on how we all have the opportunity to help make sure these children have the chance to succeed.
The Charitable Foundation contracted with the Center for Effective Philanthropy to conduct a survey of grantees to learn more about how they perceive our work, and ways we might improve. The Grantee Perception Report survey asked current grantees for feedback about the Foundation’s impact on their organizations and communities, about our understanding of their work and the people served by that work, and more. We share the results of the survey here
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Policy Advisor and Senior Program Officer Deborah Schachter details how the decennial U.S. Census not only determines representation in government but generates data that informs the distribution of close to $900 billion in federal funding for everything from road construction to student loans to heating assistance for struggling families. The Foundation has joined with other funders to help ensure a complete count for New Hampshire in 2020
New Hampshire had among the largest increases in income inequality in the country from 2017 to 2018, as measured by the "Gini coefficient." Charitable Foundation Senior Strategic Learning and Evaluation Officer Yulya Spantchak examines how the U.S. measures up against other developed countries when it comes to wealth distribution, and how New Hampshire ranks compared with the rest of the country
A new report from the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits makes the case that nonprofits are essential to the vitality of New Hampshire communities. The Center for Nonprofits’ CEO Kathleen Reardon talked with the Charitable Foundation’s Lois Shea about the findings
Anne Phillips, Foundation director of grantmaking, and Melinda Mosier, director of donor services, on why core operating support is the best kind of support you can give to nonprofits
Victoria Elbroch of Kittery, Maine has been awarded the $25,000 Artist Advancement Grant, one of the largest unrestricted grants made to a single artist in the country. The fund from which the annual grant is made was created at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation by a group of generous people who wanted to help cultivate the Piscataqua Region's arts community, boost artists’ careers and help keep them living and working in the area. It may be used for anything an artist needs to advance her work
New Hampshire Business Review’s fifth-annual Charitable Giving Guide showcases the depth and breadth of New Hampshire's nonprofit sector and provides information and inspiration for giving and volunteering
The Wellborn Ecology Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation supports place-based ecology education in the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont