By Lois R. Shea, Senior Writer and Communications Officer |
The latest issue of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Purpose newsletter is available online, with hard copies arriving in mailboxes soon.
In our cover story, we learn about how Girls, Inc. shifted operations to support girls and their families when schools switched to remote learning.
Download and read the full PDF version of Purpose where you will also find stories about:
- New Hampshire nonprofits helping people struggling with mental health challenges,
- How Report for America is helping keep our communities informed,
- A unique partnership that is training mentors for LGBTQ youth,
- A new health foundation for greater Rochester, NH
And so much more.
Thanks for reading.
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