By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Communications Officer |
The application is now open for the NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund of the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery.
The application will remain open through the deadline of June 25 at 4:00 PM EST. Access to application materials and the online application portal is available through the GOFERR website.
The NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund grant program is being administered through a partnership of the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority.
The New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits will host an informational webinar and series of question-and-answer sessions throughout the application window:
- NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund Q&A sessions. Register here for any of the dates below:
UPDATE: Webinars were held on June 11 and 15. Staff presented the same basic content in both presentations but answered questions at the end of each webinar. You can listen to them here:
Kathleen Reardon, Richard Ober and Katy Easterly Martey: Nonprofits had New Hampshire’s back when our communities needed them the most. Please, give as generously as you can this holiday season to help New Hampshire’s nonprofits keep meeting their critical missions.
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The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success operates farms that have become an important part of the local food-shed. A mobile market brings fresh, local produce to housing communities in Concord and Manchester, and a Food Hub is now operating in downtown Manchester. And a CSA delivers to homes and businesses.
Since the COVID-19 crisis began to unfold, generous New Hampshire people have rallied to help their neighbors, giving more than $4.1 million into the Foundation's Community Crisis Action Fund. The Foundation has made more than $9.7 million in grants to help sustain our communities through this crisis.
Since the COVID-19 crisis began to unfold, generous New Hampshire people have rallied to help their neighbors, giving more than $4 million into the Foundation's Community Crisis Action Fund. The Foundation has made more than $9.5 million in grants to help sustain our communities through this crisis.
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Read the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's 2019 annual report.