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Nonprofits have New Hampshire's back when our communities need them the most. Now, let's show that we have theirs. Please, give as generously as you can throughout the year to help New Hampshire's nonprofits keep meeting their critical missions.
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year ago, in my introduction to the 2021 Charitable Giving Guide, I wrote about the distress and hardship we all felt because of COVID-19. This was especially true in the nonprofit organizations in the state, which do so much to help those among us affected most by the distress brought on by the pandemic. Unfortunately, a year later, nothing has changed. During COVID-19, New Hampshire nonprofits have perhaps been hit more dramatically — or, at the very least, as dramatically — as any other group in the Granite State community. After all, they were, and are, on the front lines of fighting the spread and effects of the virus. These are the organizations that are providing healthcare, services for those who are housing-insecure, for children and families to help them meet basic nutritional needs, and so many other forms of assistance and comfort. And they have done so at a time when the economic effects of the pandemic continue to remain a risk to the existence of many of them. Nonprofits have always been essential to New Hampshire’s economy and culture. The assistance and support they offer are crucial to the well-being of the entire state. They make the Granite State a better place to live and work. And they need our support. The goal of the Charitable Giving Guide is to be a tool for nonprofits to get their message out to engage individuals and businesses throughout the Granite State. NH Business Review wants to give our readers a chance to learn more about the missions and services of many of the Granite State’s most essential nonprofits. We hope it will inspire you to contribute your time, talent and money to support the many nonprofits that strive every day to strengthen New Hampshire’s community and make it a better place. We hope the mission of these organizations will lead you and your company to contribute in some way to make a difference. As I wrote last year, your support has never been more crucial.
JEFF FEINGOLD Editor NH Business Review
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INDEX OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS NH Humane Society.............................. 5, inside back cover
Great NH Restaurants.............................................................53
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care........................... 4, back cover
Harbor Care (formerly Harbor Homes)............................ 24, 25
NH Charitable Foundation.............. inside front cover, 3, 72
HCS-Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Service........54
American Cancer Society.......................................................38
Home Health & Hospice Care........................................... 26, 27
American Heart Association................................................. 8, 9
Lakes Region Mental Health................................................... 55
Make A Wish Foundation of NH.........................................28, 29
Animal Rescue League of NH..............................................10, 11
Monarch School of New England...................................... 30, 31
Ascentria Care Alliance...........................................................40
New Futures............................................................................. 57
Austin17 House................................................................... 12, 13
New Hampshire Humanities...................................................58
Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH........................................... 14, 15
NH Children’s Trust..................................................................59
Boy Scouts of America/Daniel Webster Council.................... 41
NH JAG Jobs for America’s Graduates...................................60
CASA of New Hampshire.........................................................42
NH JumpStart! ........................................................................ 61
Catholic Charities New Hampshire.................................... 16, 17
One Sky Community Services................................................62
Palace Theatre, The.................................................................63
Cheshire Medical Center.........................................................44
Seacoast Science Center........................................................64
Community Bridges, Inc. ........................................................45
SEE Science Center.................................................................65
Crotched Mountain Foundation..............................................46
Southeastern NH Alcohol & Drug Abuse Services.................66
Currier Museum of Art............................................................ 47
Southern NH Health Systems................................................. 67
Spaulding Academy & Family Services............................32, 33
Elliot Hospital.................................................................... 20, 21
St. Joseph Community Services (Meals On Wheels).............56
Family Promises of Southern NH............................................48
Strawbery Banke Museum......................................................68
Gateways Community Services..............................................49
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains................ 22, 23
The Granite YMCA...................................................................70
Girls at Work, Inc. ....................................................................50
United Ways Across New Hampshire................................34, 35
Girls Inc. .................................................................................. 51
Waypoint............................................................................ 36, 37
Goodwill of Northern New England........................................ 52
Worker Bee Fund......................................................................71
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A letter from NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
hen we give to nonprofits, we are making our shared place an even better place. When we give to a nonprofit news outlet, we are helping make sure that we all have the accurate information we need to make decisions as citizens of a democracy. When we give to support the arts, we are helping make sure that free expression, compassion, beauty and joy are part of our shared experience. When we give to protect the environment, we are helping make sure that we all have access to the solace and sustenance of the natural world. When we give to alleviate hunger, or connect children with mentors, or put roofs over the head of struggling families, or protect people from violence, or advance equity and racial justice, we are making sure that we have a community where everyone does better because we all have what we need to thrive. New Hampshire’s nonprofits make New Hampshire better for everyone who calls New Hampshire home. During this era of unprecedented challenges, New Hampshire’s nonprofits have done heroic work against near-impossible odds. They adapted and did not waver in delivering on their missions. They remain on the front lines as our communities deal with rolling phases of a global pandemic and continue to adapt as we rebuild and recover. Nonprofits need our continued and ongoing support — all year long — to keep delivering on their missions. Please look through this guide and look around at the thousands of ways nonprofits are making our New Hampshire community even better for all of us. And please give as generously as you can. When you do, you make this place an even better place — for everyone.
DICK OBER President and CEO New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
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A letter from HARVARD PILGRIM HEALTH CARE
KATE SKOUTERIS Vice President Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
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PHOTO BY KENDAL J. BUSH
rust. Collaboration. Compassion. Resilience. These words are the common thread that connects New Hampshire’s nonprofit community. And these words have never been more important than over the past year and a half. As a local, nonprofit health plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s mission goes beyond just providing insurance coverage. It centers around building healthy communities and is engrained into the heart and soul of our organization, our employees and our decision-making. Through our Foundation work, more than $150 million has been awarded to nonprofits helping to increase access to fresh, healthy food, and making healthcare more equitable because we understand the value healthy communities bring to our state. We live, work and play here, and will continue to have a vested interest in making sure communities throughout New Hampshire are healthier. During these tough times, we are also reminded how important it is to take a moment and say thank you. The past 18 months have been very difficult, but you have continued to go above and beyond to help neighbors in need. So, thank you to everyone who is doing their part to make our community, our state, a better place to live. To those people and organizations that have been taking care of those who need it most, we appreciate and applaud your commitment. Long before the pandemic, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care has been there for you, and we’ll continue to be there in the future. We’re proud to be your trusted local partner in New Hampshire.
A letter from NEW HAMPSHIRE HUMANE SOCIETY
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t New Hampshire Humane Society, we are in the business of second chances. Many animals that come to us have been abandoned, neglected and abused. Animal welfare organizations exist to save animals that need to be rescued. We provide necessary care and get them to loving homes. Defenseless animals need and deserve kindness and compassion. The team at New Hampshire Humane Society is fortunate to have behaviorists, trainers and caring team members who help these animals trust again. For 121 years, New Hampshire Humane Society has been tireless in our mission of compassion. We have saved more than 100,000 animals during that time. Tears are certainly part of the journey in this difficult work, but there is also tremendous joy. We reunite families with lost pets, bring love to families when they decide to adopt, and we provide essential supplies and resources for families experiencing hardship. We do this work because we know every loving pet deserves a loving home and family. We have undergone a significant evolution over the last decade. That evolution includes restructuring our team to focus resources on our animal care staff; establishing a spay and neuter clinic which provides 400 to 500 low-cost or no-cost surgeries each year; and increasing our focus on combatting animal cruelty, neglect and abuse by establishing a new investigative position to serve the region. We also created a Humane Education program to teach the concept of kindness through guided interaction with animals. The last few years have been challenging for all of us. We have seen the challenges first-hand including evictions resulting in surrendered pets or family members being out of work and no longer able to afford basic pet care. We do everything we can to keep families together. Working collaboratively with our 16 municipal partners, New Hampshire Humane Society is the primary animal welfare organization serving more than 400,000 citizens of our great state. We can only do it with your help. The unyielding support we receive every year allows us to keep supporting families, rescuing animals and providing care to our community. We love being a vital partner working to keep the Granite State a place we all love to live. None of it can happen without your support. Thank you for making compassion and kindness possible.
CHARLES STANTON Executive Director New Hampshire Humane Society
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GIVING IMPROVES OUR COMMUNITIES — AND MAKES YOUR COMPANY A BETTER PLACE TO WORK Here are some ideas for starting or building on your philanthropic practice By Richard Peck and Laura Rauscher
ew Hampshire businesses do a huge amount of good in our communities: sponsoring onsite mentoring programs, feeding neighbors who are hungry, helping young people afford college — and so much more.
Philanthropy has obvious positive effects for our communities and, studies consistently show, positive effects for businesses too. Corporate giving has been shown to make the employees happier, more productive and more fulfilled — and more likely to stay with that company over the long term. Increasingly, employees (particularly millennials) are seeking out companies that incorporate philanthropy and community engagement into their culture, and are gravitating to companies that provide benefits like volunteer time and matches for charitable giving. People want to know that they, and the companies they work for, are doing good while doing well. Nonprofit organizations have responded heroically to the challenges of the past year, continuing to meet their critical missions and help our communities weather the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying economic fallout. They will be a critical part of our shared recovery from this challenging time. Here are some ideas for how your business can support New Hampshire nonprofits now, and create a lasting culture of philanthropy that engages your employees to make New Hampshire better for everyone who calls it home.
GIVE DIRECTLY TO NEW HAMPSHIRE NONPROFITS, AND PROVIDE MATCHING GIFTS FOR EMPLOYEES. Company gifts
are philanthropic leadership-by-example and any amount of a company match encourages employee giving. Some companies match a percentage, some put a cap on total dollar amount per employee, but all boost generosity and amplify your employees’ giving power. OFFER PAID VOLUNTEER TIME. Most people want to volunteer, and volunteering connects them with their communities. But many people — juggling demands of career, home and family — simply do not have time. Give them, and give New Hampshire communities, the gift of that time. Some companies offer their employees one day a year of paid volunteer time, others more. Some companies organize structured volunteer opportunities (like teams of people serving meals together at a soup kitchen or helping build a community playground). Paid volunteer time encourages employees to roll up their sleeves and give back to their communities — and volunteering together builds relationships and camaraderie at work. OPEN A SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR STUDENTS IN YOUR COMMUNITY. Countless New Hampshire companies have
scholarship funds that help kids in their communities afford college. Some are managed by the companies themselves. Others — from Dunkin’ Donuts to St. Mary’s Bank to Portsmouth Regional Hospital and more — are administered through the Charitable Foundation. Thanks to the generosity of New Hampshire individuals, families and businesses, the Foundation’s student aid program is the largest source of publicly available scholarships in the state. 6 Charitable Giving Guide 2022
START A UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN. United Way chapters around the state provide all the tools you need to run an employee campaign in your company. This payroll-deduction plan allows employees to choose where their donations go, and is a timetested way of incorporating philanthropy into the workplace. United Ways are a critical source of support for New Hampshire nonprofits, distributing $14 million each year to nonprofits around the state. Many businesses also participate in the United Way Day of Caring, which mobilizes teams of volunteers to do projects for nonprofits, from painting and landscaping to sorting food for food pantries. GIVE TO A COVID-RELIEF FUND. United Way chapters around the
state have established relief funds specific to the COVID crisis. One hundred percent of donations to these funds go directly to help those in need. And the Charitable Foundation has established the Community Crisis Action Fund to support New Hampshire communities during this challenging time and as we rebuild from its effects. SUPPORT NH GIVES. NH Gives is New Hampshire’s 24-hour,
online statewide giving event created by the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits. Hundreds of nonprofits participate, with matching gifts and prizes throughout the 24-hour period and leaderboards displayed throughout. Promote the event with your employees, sponsor the event or provide a match. Visit nhgives. org to learn more about how to become involved in NH Gives. EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTNERSHIPS WITH LOCAL NONPROFITS. Maybe your IT department could offer tech
expertise to a small nonprofit, or you could organize a company food drive for your local food pantry. One New Hampshire company, CCA Global Partners, has created a partnership with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of New Hampshire.“Little” brothers and sisters come to the Manchester headquarters directly from school every other Monday to spend time with their “bigs” right there at the office, eat a nutritious meal, and not only benefit from time spent with caring adults, but get to see what is possible in the world of work. Opportunities for creative partnerships abound! CREATE A PHILANTHROPIC FUND FOR COMMUNITY NONPROFITS, AND INVOLVE EMPLOYEES IN GIVING DECISIONS. As many
business owners are aware, requests for donations can seem constant and can be hard to keep organized. Increasingly, companies use donor-advised funds to organize their giving and recommend grants to community nonprofits. Companies create the funds, and then employee committees — from all levels of the organization — get together to discuss requests from nonprofits and recommend grants. Some companies match employee contributions into the company’s giving fund, and invite nonprofits in to tell employees about their work, further connecting the team with the nonprofits that provide critical services and improve the quality of life in our communities. LEAD BY EXAMPLE. Like every other part of a company’s
culture, great leadership in the area of giving, volunteering and connecting with community have a profound effect on your team — no matter what your business does, or if you have five employees or 500. Examples of generosity inspire.
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American Heart Association 2022 Goals:
The American Heart Association — now in its 97th year — is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization devoted to saving people from heart disease and stroke, the two leading causes of death in the world. In New Hampshire, heart disease and stroke annually claim the lives of nearly 2,500 and 500 residents, respectively. The nation’s leader in CPR education training, the Association teams with volunteers and community partners to fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving information to prevent and treat cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
To be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.
Top Funding Sources:
The American Heart Association is funded by a combination of funding sources, including public support, special events, estate settlement, individual contributions, foundations, corporate gifts and other campaigns. New Hampshire is part of the Eastern States Region of the American Heart Association, which also includes Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.C. and West Virginia. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1924 EMPLOYEES: 5 in NH ANNUAL REVENUE: $795,254,000 (Nationally)
Service Locations: State of New Hampshire Follow us @NHHeartAssoc
Brian Shankey Executive Director 2 Wall Street Manchester, NH 03101 603-218-9579 Brian.Shankey@Heart.org www.Heart.org/NewHampshire
New Hampshire Go Red for Women Luncheon Spring 2022 • NHGoRed.Heart.org New Hampshire Heart Ball Spring 2022 • NHHeartBall.Heart.org New Hampshire Heart Walk June 5, 2022 • NHHeartWalk.org
Donations help fund lifesaving research, advocate for better health, improve patient care and reach at-risk populations. Personal donations, memorials and tributes, corporate gifts, event sponsorships and workplace giving are just a few ways to support the Association’s efforts to improve the health of our schools, families, businesses and communities. Nearly 80 cents of every dollar raised supports research, education and community outreach. As the largest, private nonprofit funding source for cardiovascular disease and stroke research next to the federal government, the Association has invested more than $4.8 billion in research since 1949 to enhance our knowledge of cardiovascular diseases and stroke and has funded 13 Nobel Prize winners.
The American Heart Association depends on the time and talent of volunteers to help create a healthier world. Millions of volunteers — including thousands in New Hampshire — help fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide lifesaving tools and information to prevent and treat heart disease. Whatever your capabilities, interests or schedule may be, the Association can find a volunteer opportunity that’s right for you. Visit Heart.org/NewHampshire.
Board Officers / Board Members Chris Bond Board Chair New Hampshire Department of Education Dr. Michelle Ouellette Board President Catholic Medical Center
Joshua Benton Executive Health & Sports Center Mark Dell’Orfano Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green, P.A.
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Dr. James Flynn Catholic Medical Center Melissa Golightly Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Emily Knight Wentworth Douglass Hospital Denise Poudrier Normandin Enlighten Nutrition & Wellness, LLC
Mel Passarelli, Esq. Consultant Michael Ramshaw New Hampshire Fisher Cats
Heart attacks and strokes don’t stay home. Don’t avoid the ER out of anxiety. Don’t die of doubt. Don’t stay silent and don’t stay home. If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1. When seconds count, the hospital is the safest place to be.
Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
The Animal Rescue League of NH improves animal welfare in our communities by helping pets and the people who care for them.
Raise $1.1 million to support the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire’s (ARLNH) programs-adoption, re-homing, humane education, animal cruelty investigation, community outreach, animal care and sheltering, community engagement and community education-assisting 2,000 animals every year. Employing one of only three shelter-based animal cruelty investigators in the state, the ARLNH is able to help people who love their pets but are currently struggling to care for them with programs such as a pet food pantry, low-cost spay/neuter clinic and a Companion Animal Assistance Fund for one-time, non-emergency medical needs so that they can remain in their loving homes.
Top Funding Sources:
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1904 EMPLOYEES: 14 ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,097,891.76
In 2022, we are looking forward to a Virtual Auction in February; a summer celebration of the work of our shelter and our fall Howl-O-Ween 5K at the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium in Manchester. In addition to these fundraising events, the ARLNH will be hosting two $5,000 Cash Raffles as well as other small fundraisers. Throughout the year, organizations and individuals conduct fundraising events for which we are the designated beneficiary.
Program Fees – 9% Donations – 65% Special Events – 8% Grants – 14% Investment Income – 4%
20 communities surrounding Bedford, NH Statewide animal cruelty outreach
Our organization is funded primarily through development activities that include: individual and corporate donations, fundraising events, grants and legacy giving. About 10% of our funding is from program fees, such as adoptions. Opportunities for giving include one-time donations, monthly giving, transport sponsorship, business partnership, planned giving, and our Medical Miracle Worker Program.
ARLNH volunteers are an important part of a dedicated team who are committed to helping animals find and stay in their forever homes. The ARLNH provides diverse opportunities to contribute and provides training to volunteers to continuously expand their skill set and stay current with our animal protocols. In 2022, the ARLNH is committed to continue providing diverse opportunities to help us meet our mission.
Charlotte Williams President & CEO 545 Route 101 Bedford, NH 03110 603-472-5788 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rescueleague.org
Board Officers / Board Members Jonathan Halle Board Chair Warrenstreet Architects, Inc. Susannah Smith Board Vice-Chair Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast Tracey Francoeur Board Treasurer Retired from Sullivan & Worcester Law Firm
Jennifer Noseworthy Board Secretary Rise Private Wealth Management Briana Beauchesne CCA Global Partners Marie Calabro Retired
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Dwayne Davis USI Insurance
Susan Garand Oracle NetSuite
Montana Roberts Coca-Cola Beverages Northeast
Samuel Despins GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Donna Griffin Merchants Fleet Management
Monique Ruth Clark Insurance
Geoffrey Eichhorn CCA Global Partners
Kaitlyn Manktelow Hello Alice
Christopher Swiniarski Divine Millimet
Kaeli Elefsrud SilverTech, Inc.
Hannah Richard Lindt
Charlotte Williams President & CEO ARLNH
Austin17House 2022 Goals:
To raise $250,000 and expand our reach in programming to youth and families in our communities. This expanded programming will give youth hands-on opportunities to try new things and/or build upon existing creative skills. These goals will require us to hire more staff and mentors and create an ongoing holistic alternative to mental health care and hospitalization. We will be able to continue to provide a safe place for after-school activities and programming that build creativity, confidence and resilience. Due to environmental stressors, supporting youth who suffer from suicidal ideation, self-harming behaviors and substance misuse is greater than ever.
To build creativity, confidence, and resilience in the youth and families in our communities
We have two major fundraising events per year which include our Spring Golf & Dinner Gala and Fall Comedy Show. Our Golf Gala focuses on raising funds for infrastructure to support programming and includes community giving, silent auction and corporate sponsorships. The Comedy Show hosted at Austin17House brings more local awareness while people tour our facility and meet and greet our staff, volunteers, students and family members. Funds raised that evening go to sponsoring our youth and families for the year. We also host a Bi-Annual Creative Arts Showcase to bring our community together and view the work our youth and mentors have been working on.
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Annual Fundraisers Business Sponsorships Individual programming fees & sponsorships Individual donations YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2017 EMPLOYEES: 1 ANNUAL REVENUE: $100,000
Austin17House is located in Brentwood NH, in the heart of Rockingham County. We service youth and families within a 30-mile radius.
In order to keep our programming memberships affordable to our local youth and families, Austin17House offers sponsorship opportunities to individuals, local businesses and corporations via our website. Sponsor a Youth or Family: Many youth and families who are currently enrolled in A17H programming are on government assistance and/or food stamps and need help to send their youth to our center. Business Sponsorships: Use your advertising dollars to sponsor your community and build relationships! Also attending our fundraising events is always an enjoyable way to give to the cause.
Lindsey Messina Executive Director 263 Route 125 Brentwood, NH 03833 603-418-5864 email@example.com www.austin17house.org
Our volunteer/mentorship model at Austin17House is the backbone and success of our programming. We provide mental health training for our volunteers that support our middle- and high school-aged youth and their families. From just listening and being a friend to teaching simple skills in the kitchen, art, media, theater, wellness, welding etc., it all meets the criteria of our volunteers. This year we plan to expand our program offerings and it could include a skill that you would like to bring to our team. We have a family atmosphere that welcomes and encourages all, so we look forward to your visit and the opportunity of becoming part of our A-team.
Board Officers / Board Members Mark Anderson President
Michelle Siudut Treasurer
Laura Messina Vice President
Amanda Bailey Secretary
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Joseph Brackett Doug Griffin Linda Haskins
Rick Jewell Benvity Derrek Perreault
Dave Richards InnoVestus LLC
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Our top priorities are to increase revenue, recruit volunteer mentors and serve more New Hampshire youth in mentoring relationships. 2022 goals include growing our audience and awareness through partnerships with businesses and individuals to support match relationships. We currently have over 200 NH youth waiting for a mentor. We will be launching a Mentor 2.0 Program for the first time in the Granite State, which matches high school-aged youth, with mentors in the business, trade and college community to build leadership and workforce development skills.
Our mission: Create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Our vision: All youth achieve their full potential.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire participates in NH Gives. Our key fundraising events include The Stiletto Sprint in downtown Portsmouth, created in collaboration with our Young Philanthropists for Mentoring (YP4M) group, and our end-of-year Thankful Giving Campaign to honor our volunteer mentors and the mentors in your life. Every dollar raised goes to supporting a mentoring match.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire relies on the generosity of corporate and individual donors and grants from local and national foundations. While our program is free to all who enroll, it costs on average $1,800 per year to support each match. Donated funds go towards the necessary work of recruiting mentors, interviewing, assessing and pairing, layered background checks, training, child safety check-ins and ongoing support of matches, plus referrals for families in need of further services. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1966 EMPLOYEES: 20 ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,200,000
Central NH, Southern NH, Seacoast, Lakes & Monadnock regions
Stacy W. Kramer, MSW CEO 3 Portsmouth Ave. #2 Stratham, NH 03885 603-430-1140 firstname.lastname@example.org https://bbbsnh.org
BBBSNH matches children facing adversity throughout the state with caring, supportive mentors, and your support will make the difference. We rely on individual giving, recurring donations through our Impact Circle program and corporate partnerships. We are looking for businesses that want to partner to offer mentoring as an option to promote a positive work culture and climate. We will work with you on finding the right fit program so more youth can be matched. Current partners include CCA Global Partners, Manchester; Exeter Hospital, Exeter; Northeast Delta Dental, Concord; and Physicians Resources LTD, Merrimack. Join the team!
Sign up to be a Big Brother or Big Sister. We recruit volunteer mentors (Bigs) to match with waiting youth across the state. The need for male mentors is especially high, as 75% of the children on our waiting list are boys. We ask for at least a year commitment as consistency is key, but matches often stay matched much longer. Mentors spend on average 4-6 hours a month with their match sharing the things they already enjoy doing like fishing, biking, hiking, playing a sport, cooking, etc. Our mentors say they get more out of the experience then they give.
Board Officers / Board Members Amir Rosenthal President The Granite Group, CFO Roy Ballentine Co-Vice President Ballentine Partners Executive Chairman & Founder Joan Brodsky Co-Vice President The Studio Within, Owner
Aaron Sharabaika Treasurer Tolerance Capital Managing Director & CEO Andrew Gibson Secretary Pakira Founder and Product Manager Rachel Therrien Self-Employed Accountant
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Matthew Becker Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Vice President
Eleanor Dahar Victor W. Dahar, P.A. Attorney
Victoria Auger Auger Building Company Owner
Stephen Catalano, Ph.D. Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychologist
Dr. James Fuller Radiology Associates of Plymouth Physician
Judith Jolton Philanthropist
Raphael Roman Roman Law Group, Owner Attorney
Nicole Paul Orr & Reno, P.A. Attorney
Mike O’Reilly Bangor Savings Bank Senior Vice President
Michael White Liberty Mutual, Retired
IT TAKES A VILLAGE
CRISIS DOES NOT CHANGE US,
IT AMPLIFIES WHO WE ARE. In ways large and small, the COVID-19 pandemic frayed and stretched the invisible thread between us all: connection to our families, our friends, our community. Yet, as always, volunteer Bigs and Littles (the youth in our program) remained a light in each other’s lives. We have continued to place our youth at the center of all we do. We created virtual programming and partnered with community organizations to provide wraparound services and deliver essential support, from care packages to online resources, and much more. Penning letters of hope, laughing over video chats, or visiting parks and trails, our matches forged and strengthened friendships in spite of the distance. For many of the youth in our program, the one constant they can rely on is their connection with their Big. They receive mentorship, compassion, stability, and (just as important) time for fun. Whether it’s a trip out for ice cream, a shoulder to cry on, or an empowering influence in an uncertain time, we have helped our Littles grow toward their biggest and brightest futures. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire remains committed to our guiding purpose: supporting our Littles to reach their greatest potential by providing dedicated adult mentors. We invite you to join us. Visit our website, www.bbbsnh. org, to volunteer or donate today and help us empower our Littles. They need us more than ever.
Questions? Contact us at 1-844-NH4-BIGS l www.BBBSNH.org l 3 Portsmouth Ave, Suite 2, Stratham, NH 03885
Catholic Charities New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Grounded in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, Catholic Charities New Hampshire responds to those in need with programs that heal, comfort and empower.
Top Funding Sources:
Corporate, individual and foundation YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1945 EMPLOYEES: 823 ANNUAL REVENUE: $100,000,000
SOCIAL SERVICES OFFICES: Berlin, Concord, Derry, Greenland, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Lancaster, Littleton, Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, Greater Monadnock HEALTHCARE FACILITIES: Berlin, Dover, Laconia, Manchester, Windham
Karen Moynihan Senior Director of Development 100 William Loeb Dr., Unit 3 Manchester, NH 03109 603-663-0240 email@example.com www.cc-nh.org
Our goal is to help more individuals and families across New Hampshire move beyond crisis to more stable lives, whether it’s a child born into a home with limited resources, a family fighting to make ends meet or a senior citizen unable to afford enough food. Anyone, regardless of religion, race, gender or age, can access our wide range of services to help them, at any stage of their struggle, foster sustainable solutions and create paths to self-sufficiency. We address needs through compassion and understanding, promoting the dignity and common good of all. For more than 75 years, we have helped bring meaningful change to hundreds of thousands of lives. Most of our services are now accessible to individuals in any town or city, virtually or by phone.
Our annual Mardi Gras Gala will once again be virtual this year! It will include a virtual auction and gamebook, with plenty of chances to win fun prizes. Proceeds benefit Catholic Charites’ programs that assist New Hampshire individuals and families facing hardship. Visit cc-nh.org/mardigras for more information or contact Rosemary at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, Liberty House (a program of Catholic Charities NH) will be hosting its 8th Annual Veterans Day Breakfast on November 5, 2022 at LaBelle Winery (Derry) to support the homeless and at-risk veterans it serves. Contact Ashley at email@example.com for more information.
Catholic Charities New Hampshire offers many flexible ways to directly support individuals and families across New Hampshire who are facing increased hardship in these uncertain times. This includes corporate sponsorships, cash gifts, matching gifts, security and mutual fund shares, in-kind gifts, memorial gifts, legacy gifts, vehicle donations and more. We also participate in the AmazonSmile program. Catholic Charities New Hampshire is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Ninety-four cents of every dollar raised goes directly back into our programs. Visit www.cc-nh.org/help to learn more.
Catholic Charities New Hampshire is always looking for energetic and talented individuals for various volunteer positions. Opportunities range from delivering food or providing rides for homebound seniors through our CareGivers (Greater Manchester and Greater Nashua) and Monadnock at Home (Monadnock Region) programs, providing assistance for our Liberty House (serving homeless and community veterans) and New Generation (serving homeless pregnant and single mothers and their children) programs, or assisting at our senior living communities statewide, as well as regular event and administrative support. We accept one-time or ongoing volunteers, with flexible hours and opportunities to assist remotely. To find new meaning and purpose through the spirit of volunteerism, visit www.cc-nh.org/volunteer or call 603-669-3030 to learn more.
Board of Trustees Most Rev. Peter Libasci Chair Bishop of Manchester
Kevin F. Barrett Secretary Holderness
Anu Mullikin Vice Chair Auburn
Thomas Blonski President and CEO Catholic Charities New Hampshire
Russ Ouellette Deputy Vice Chair Manchester
Adam Coughlin Bedford
Deacon Rick Hilton Treasurer Wolfeboro
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Kate Baker Demers Manchester
Kevin P. Desrosiers, MD Bedford
Jeff McLean Portsmouth
Patrick Ford, III Exeter
Catharine Mirabile Bedford
Dr. Susan D. Huard Hooksett
John Patenaude Hudson
Very Rev. Jason Jalbert Vicar General Diocese of Manchester
E.J. Powers Bedford
Tina Legere Manchester
Very Rev. Tom Steinmetz Manchester
Creating safe & nurturing environments for children Our Place
Helping children learn in a safe & understanding environment St. Charles School
Helping homeless mothers & children become self-sufficient New Generation
Assisting seniors to live independently Monadnock at Home
Supporting & preserving the independence of homebound seniors CareGivers
Building emotional resiliency Mental Health Counseling
Creating pathways out of poverty Community Services
Guiding individuals & families to citizenship Immigration Legal Services
Feeding the hungry New Hampshire Food Bank
Building, unifying & supporting families Adoption Services
Helping homeless & at-risk veterans get back on their feet Liberty House
Providing compassionate, person-centered care for seniors Healthcare Services
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Easterseals NH 2022 Goals:
Easterseals provides exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their communities.
Top Funding Sources:
Our top funding sources include federal and state program grants, fees for service, and fundraising efforts such as annual events, an aggressive foundation and grant program, major gifts, planned giving, and building strong, long-term relationships with individuals and businesses. We are dedicated to managing our financial resources in order to further our mission. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1936 EMPLOYEES: 1,400 ANNUAL REVENUE: $93,117,135
Headquartered in Manchester, NH, with locations throughout the state.
Joseph Emmons Chief Development Officer 555 Auburn St. Manchester, NH 03103 603-621-3570 firstname.lastname@example.org www.easterseals.com/nh
Easterseals changes the way the world defines and views disabilities by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day. To that end, we are committed to hiring and retaining caring and skilled staff to deliver services that support people with disabilities and special needs in achieving greater independence. In the coming year, we will continue to focus on establishing a high-performing, health-oriented, safety-focused team environment for our employees that will result in a culture dedicated to the needs of our clients and their families. If you are interested in joining us in this life-changing work, visit easterseals.com/nh.
Helping people with disabilities and special needs is what we do, but we can’t do it alone. One way to get involved is by joining us at a fun and inspirational Easterseals event. With nearly 50 events annually throughout the state, there’s something for everyone. Our events include wine tastings; golf tournaments; walks and road races; jeep, motorcycle and snowmobile-focused activities; galas; a poker run; a radiothon; and much more! Besides raising much-needed revenue to provide programs and services, these events also generate many new friends and volunteers for the organization.
Charitable contributions provide critical support and enable us to offer services throughout New Hampshire. Gifts of any size are significant to our organization and the clients we serve. You can give in honor or memory of a loved one or designate your gift to a specific program. Online: Visit easterseals.com/nh. By mail: Make checks payable to ESNH and mail to the address provided. By phone: Make a gift with a credit/debit card by calling 603-621-3456. Create a legacy: Impact the future by giving through your will.
We offer a variety of hands-on volunteer opportunities for all ages, including high school and college students. Spend time working within our programs with staff and clients, join one of our volunteer leadership committees or lend a hand at fundraising events throughout the state. Easterseals is looking for compassionate volunteers who are committed to making a difference in their community by helping people with disabilities and special needs.You can volunteer for one day or sign on for a longer period of time depending on the flexibility in your schedule. Thank you for helping to strengthen the New Hampshire community.
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Andy MacWilliam Chair Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP Matthew Boucher Immediate Past Chair Airmar Technology Corp.
Tom Sullivan Vice Chair Sullivan Construction, Inc.
Charles Panasis Assistant Treasurer Brady Sullivan Properties
Bryan Bouchard Treasurer SNHU
Mary Flowers Secretary Flowers Communication
Elliot Health System/Mary & John Elliot Charitable Foundation 2022 Goals:
For more than 130 years, Elliot Hospital has existed for one purpose: to positively impact the health and well-being of the people we are privileged to serve. The Elliot is a founding member of SolutionHealth, dedicated to serving the many healthcare needs of the region’s families and improving the quality of life in southern NH. The Mary & John Elliot Charitable Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to provide philanthropic support for the programs and services provided by Elliot Health System. Areas of special focus for 2022 include the expansion to the Elliot Hospital Emergency Department and Level II Trauma Center, training and professional support for our dedicated front-line staff, clinical equipment upgrades, growth of our dementia care programs and services, and support programs for those living with cancer.
The Elliot Health System mission strives to: INSPIRE wellness HEAL our patients SERVE with compassion in every interaction.
Our mission at the Mary & John Elliot Charitable Foundation is to expand and improve the healthcare options available to our local community by supporting the resource needs of the Elliot Health System. The Foundation is committed to building an ongoing circle of friends whose support will help identify and meet the emerging healthcare needs of Elliot Health System.
Top Funding Sources:
Corporate Partners: 40% Foundations and Trusts: 40% Individuals: 20% YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2000 EMPLOYEES: 7 ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,199,000
The Mary & John Elliot Charitable Foundation hosts several signature events annually — Vineyard Garden Party (May), Elliot Golf Classic (June), Solinsky Center for Cancer Care Walk for Hope (June), The Elliot Gala (September) and the Elliot’s Fall-Fest Golf Tournament (October) — all to benefit patient care across Elliot Health System. We have numerous corporate sponsorship and individual fundraising opportunities for these events.
In addition to our signature events, we also raise funds through our iGive Annual Fund program, our corporate partnership program, and our Inspired Giving Program (grateful patient program), Legacy & Planned Giving program as well as dedicated capital fundraising campaigns. Donors giving $1,000 or more annually will be acknowledged in our President’s Society. For more information on becoming an annual donor, corporate partner, a sponsor, forming a team for Walk for Hope, attending or volunteering for an event, or to donate to our event auctions, please visit www.elliothospital.org/foundation for more information or email us at email@example.com.
Elliot Health System, established in 1890, is the largest provider of comprehensive healthcare services in southern New Hampshire. We are a founding member of SolutionHealth. The Elliot has over 50 inpatient and outpatient service sites across southern NH. The cornerstone of The Elliot is Elliot Hospital, a 296-bed acute care facility located in Manchester.
701 Riverway Place Bedford, NH 03110 603-663-3091 www.elliothospital.org
At Elliot Hospital, volunteers are always welcome. The Elliot has two volunteer groups: the Elliot Hospital Associates are enthusiastic fundraising and service volunteers, and the Elliot Hospital Volunteers donate their time and skills in numerous capacities to assist patients and our various hospital departments. The Mary & John Elliot Charitable Foundation also has volunteer opportunities with our special events including event planning and day-of-event opportunities. Please note: all volunteer services are subject to COVID-19 restrictions. For more information, please call 603-663-8934.
Board Officers / Board Members James J. Tenn, Jr., Esquire Chair Tenn & Tenn, P.A. Paul W. Hoff, Ph.D. Vice Chair David Bellman Chair Bellman Jewelers
Kirsten Arnold SolutionHealth Greg Baxter, MD President, Elliot Health System Louise Forseze Elliot Hospital Associates
Charles S. Goodwin Mark Hagopian Keith Janca New York Life Shilpi Mehrotra Primary Bank
Holly Mintz, MD Elliot Health System
Adrienne Rupp Validic
Elliot Smith BankProv
Richard Rawlings Northwestern Mutual Life Charles F. Rolecek CR’s The Restaurant
Kurt Strandson Pinnacle Mortgage Renee Walsh
WHY I GIVE ... to support high quality, compassionate, and local healthcare. ... to support healthcare workers in my community. ... so I can be close to home for my cancer treatments. ... so that the latest advanced medical technologies are available in my community. ... because The Elliot is the first place I go when I am ill or have a healthcare emergency. ... because my family had a wonderful birth experience at The Elliot. ... because you treated my loved one with respect and dignity during a difficult time. ... BECAUSE I CARE.
We care. We share. We give. We are The Elliot.
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains 2022 Goals:
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
Top Funding Sources:
Our funding sources include corporate partners and sponsors, individual donors, public and private grant programs, and girl-led opportunities. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1912 EMPLOYEES: 49 ANNUAL REVENUE: $5,451,914
Our NH service center is located in Bedford.
Patricia Mellor Chief Executive Officer 1 Commerce Dr. Bedford, NH 03110 888-474-9686 firstname.lastname@example.org www.girlscoutsgwm.org
Before she’s spacewalking, using her voice for change, conquering that Grand Slam or winning Grammys, she’s a Girl Scout. Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains prepares her for a lifetime of leadership — from lobbying the city council with her troop to holding a seat in Congress; from running her own cookie business today to tackling cybersecurity tomorrow. Girl Scouts is a place where she’ll practice different skills, explore her potential, take on leadership positions — and even feel allowed to fail, dust herself off, get up and try again. We will continue to widen our reach by ensuring that the benefits of Girl Scouts are available to all through financial assistance, programs run in partnership with community organizations and afterschool programs, and expanding our online programs. Girl Scouts takes her potential, combines it with robust skill-building programming, and adds caring adult mentors and strong female role models to build girls who make the world a better place.
Girls are the leaders and innovators that our future world requires, and being Girl Scouts gives them the tools they need to succeed. With your help, we can continue to create and optimize an environment where girls explore freely, expand their perspectives and discover the unimaginable. Whether in person or online, volunteers are critical to our activities, such as the Girl Scout Cookie program. They teach financial literacy and life skills. Partnership opportunities include our Young Women of Distinction celebrations and GIRL Expo. You can support Girl Scout initiatives in STEM, outdoor adventures, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and Girl Assistance programs.
Our individual and corporate donors have been generous and have made a direct and positive impact on Girl Scouts across New Hampshire and Vermont. Giving opportunities include, but are not limited to: supporting the continued growth of our membership through program expansion and facility improvements; Girl Assistance Fund and Campership Assistance, providing Girl Scouting to girls regardless of their family’s economic circumstances; Gift of Caring and Hometown Heroes programs, donating Girl Scout Cookies to front-line workers and military service members; matching gifts through employer contributions and planned giving through memorial gifts and our Juliette Gordon Low Society. For more details, contact us or visit our “Donate” page on our website.
Volunteerism is at the heart of the Girl Scout experience. Volunteering for Girl Scouts can truly make a difference in the life of a girl. Volunteer opportunities include leading a troop, supporting an after-school program, opportunities to serve on our board and committees, and more. Positions are available for a variety of time commitments and skill sets. Contact us or visit “Volunteer” on our website for more information.
Board Officers / Board Members Tara Pacht Council President/Board Chair Long Wind Farm, Inc.
Candice Benson Second Vice President Benson Consulting, Inc.
Maura Grogan Member At Large Vermont Information Processing
Lisa Masiello Member at Large TECHmarc Labs, Inc.
Patricia K. Mellor Chief Executive Officer Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains (GSGWM)
Sheila Valley Treasurer Fothergill Segale & Valley CPAs
Courtney Morin Member At Large Northeast Delta Dental
Marie Harding Member at Large Potpourri Group Inc.
Peggy Piette Secretary Littleton Regional Healthcare
Asha Carroll Member At Large Vermont Democratic Party Phasey
Martha Manley First Vice President
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Why Girl Scouts? Girl Scouts are confident—even in the face of challenges. They’re kind, even when others aren’t. They’re problem solvers who see opportunity where others get stuck. Essentially, a Girl Scout is your kid at their best. We’re here with your family to support:
Right now, Girl Scouts are learning about robots, hiking, dancing, painting murals, feeding the hungry, and even writing laws to change the world. If she can dream it, we’ll help her do it.
Girl Scouts focus on their potential rather than perfection. They try new things, knowing they’ll be accepted by their sister Girl Scouts for exactly who they are today and who they can be tomorrow.
Girl Scouts are all about collaboration, not competition. Meeting goals and celebrating wins as a team doesn’t just feel great, it teaches them to work well with others, which will take them far in life.
Best of all, when there’s space for her imagination to grow, there’s no stopping where she’ll go. She’ll dream big, belong to a sisterhood, and explore her world through hands-on adventures.
Head to girlscoutsgwm.org and start the adventure today.
Harbor Care 2022 Goals: Mission Statement:
At Harbor Care, our purpose is to end homelessness and transform lives. We integrate stable housing, with medical, dental and mental health care, substance misuse treatment, employment services and other vital supports that lay the foundation for lasting change. It starts with the dignity of a home.
Top Funding Sources:
Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Dept. of Health and Human Services State of NH Dept. of Veterans Affairs Private grants and contributions YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1980 EMPLOYEES: 350 ANNUAL REVENUE: $42,000,000
Nashua, Manchester, Plymouth, Salem, Antrim, Claremont. This includes four transitional and permanent housing complexes dedicated to veterans.
Over the past four decades Harbor Care has been at the forefront, taking on some of the most pressing challenges facing our community: severe mental illness, chronic and veteran homelessness, HIV/AIDS, the opioid epidemic and COVID-19. In 2022 we are focused on three key priorities: • Ending veteran homelessness in NH • Ending chronic homelessness in greater Nashua • Continued response to COVID-19, including vaccination of vulnerable populations at our health center for the homeless
Dignity of Home Event — Winter is here and our outreach teams are racing to reach people living outdoors, in cars and other unstable situations. Dignity of Home is a 100-day virtual event, during the coldest months of the year, to raise money and provide stable housing and critical supports to individuals and families. Learn more at www.harborcarenh.org/dignityofhome.
How your support can help: • $50 — Survival kits (socks, hat, blanket, personal care/hygiene supplies) • $100 — Employment supports (training, certification, work clothing) • $500 — Welcome Home kit: essentials for family moving from homelessness into home (food, linens, dish/cookware, etc.) • $1,000 — 1 year of comprehensive supports for a veteran moving out of homelessness and on the path to success Ways to give: Cash, appreciated stocks, IRA distribution, cryptocurrency or monthly donation. Contact email@example.com for more information or visit www.harborcarenh.org/ donate to make a donation.
Volunteers can provide administrative support in finance and HR, help advance our marketing/communications, fundraising efforts, and help facilities with landscaping, painting, light carpentry and more.
Brian Tagliaferro Director of Development 77 Northeastern Blvd. Nashua, NH 03062 603-816-3124 firstname.lastname@example.org www.harborcarenh.org
Board Officers / Board Members Dan Sallet Chair BAE Systems
Joel Jaffe Secretary Hewlett Packard (retired)
Rick Plante Vice Chair U.S. Army (retired)
Thomas Arnold Former City Solicitor, Manchester
Jared Freilich Treasurer Bank of America
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Vijay Bhatt Harvard Pilgrim
Vince Chamberlain FAA Center (retired)
Dr. Alison Madden St. Joseph’s Hospital
Rosemarie Dykeman Social Services
Lanna Martin BAE Systems
Sekondi Foster BAE Systems
Ed McDonough Gate House Treatment
Laurie Goguen Linahan Limousine
Home Health & Hospice Care 2022 Goals:
Home Health & Hospice Care provides trusted patient-centered services that enhance each individual’s independence and quality throughout life.
Our No. 1 priority is to consistently provide superior outcomes for patients of all ages including children, the elderly, the acute and chronically ill, and those at end of life. Serving 25 communities in southern New Hampshire, we provide traditional home care, including nursing, rehabilitation therapies, medical social work and licensed nursing assistants. We are proud to report a five-star rating from CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services) in patient satisfaction. Our hospice team cares for dying patients in the home, in nursing facilities and in our own Community Hospice House. For compassionate, experienced, skilled care, families and physicians rely on Home Health & Hospice Care, one of the region’s most experienced visiting nurse associations.
Top Funding Sources:
Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, corporate sponsorships, individual giving, foundations and fundraising events. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1883 EMPLOYEES: 260 ANNUAL REVENUE: $23,110,000
Serving 25 cities and towns in southern New Hampshire including Nashua and Manchester and the 10-suite Community Hospice House in Merrimack.
John Getts, President/CEO 7 Executive Park Dr. Merrimack, NH 03054 603-882-2941 email@example.com www.hhhc.org
Champagne Luncheon for Women — a celebration of women with entertainment, shopping, music, champagne and more! 31st Annual Golf Tournament — to benefit HHHC’s Pediatric Program. Annual Wine Dinner — a themed benefit for the Community Hospice House. Home Health & Hospice Care and the Community Hospice House depend on the generosity of a caring community to provide free and subsidized care to those patients who fall through the insurance cracks and have no resources to pay for care. One can contribute to HHHC’s Annual Fund by giving memorial gifts in honor of a loved one or friend, naming HHHC in their will or planned giving arrangements, and participating in events and corporate sponsorships.
HHHC has over 200 volunteers who provide a variety of services, from taking patients to physician appointments to sitting at the bedside of a dying patient for presence. We have a comprehensive volunteer training program that allows interested people to learn and have a very meaningful volunteer experience.
Board Officers / Board Members Scott Flegal Chair
Dee Pringle Secretary
Ken Bridgewater Vice Chair
John Getts President/CEO
Rolf Goodwin Treasurer
Sue Berube Jolie Blauvelt Pat Brunini Peter Chaloner Dave Christiansen Elizabeth Cote
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Marcia Donaldson Emeritus Eileen Beckhardt Freedman Jeanine Kilgallen Tim Lafferty
Linda Robinson Sandy Rodgers Scott Toothaker Stephanie Wolf-Rosenblum, M.D. Jennifer Leonard Yeomans
COMMUNITY HOSPICE HOUSE The Community Hospice House was lovingly built to care for patients at end of life who cannot be cared for at home. Our state of the art facility is warm and inviting, featuring comfortable, private living spaces and is staffed by an interdisciplinary team of compassionate healthcare professionals.
COMMUNITY HOSPICE HOUSE
The Community Hospice House was this lovingly to care patients end of for life who cannot Providing a home-like environment, is abuilt place for for family to at gather, loved ones to be cared for at home. Our state of the art facility is warm and inviting, featuring comfortable, reconnect, for music to be played, and for all to enjoy the extensive gardens that surround private living and is staffed by an interdisciplinary of compassionate healthcare the property. Thisspaces is a place where time slows and hands team are held, where memories become professionals. vivid and stories are shared. Providing a home-like environment, this is a place for family to gather, for loved ones to
Both reconnect, young and old alike have lived their final days at the Community Hospice House, for music to be played, and for all to enjoy the extensive gardens that surround surrounded by family and friends. the property. This is a place where time slows and hands are held, where memories become vivid and stories are shared. Both young and old alike have lived their final days at the Community Hospice House, surrounded by family and friends.
French doors open so that patient beds can be wheeled on to the patio when the season allows. French doors open so that patient beds can be
wheeled on to the patio when the season allows.
A beautiful stained glass window by artist, Sylvia Nicolas, makes this family room a peaceful place to connect. A beautiful stained glass window by artist, Sylvia Nicolas, makes this family room a peaceful place to connect.
603-882-2941 • www.hhhc.org 603-882-2941 • www.hhhc.org
COMMUNITY HOSPICE HOUSE 210 NATICOOK RD. | MERRIMACK , NH COMMUNITY HOSPICE HOUSE 210 NATICOOK RD. | MERRIMACK , NH
ADMINSTRATIVE OFFICE 7 EXECUTIVE PARK DR. | MERRIMACK , NH ADMINSTRATIVE OFFICE 7 EXECUTIVE PARK DR. | MERRIMACK , NH
Make-A-Wish New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
At Make-A-Wish New Hampshire, we are continuously striving to reach every eligible child in the state of New Hampshire. With a significant focus on ensuring that each and every child is granted a heartfelt wish that is impactful and life-changing for them, their families and the community.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Top Funding Sources:
Make-A-Wish New Hampshire finances endeavors through corporate sponsorships, special events, foundation grants and individual contributions. However, we do not solicit funds by telephone and receive no federal or state funding. As a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, all contributions are deductible to the extent permitted by law. Our financial statements are audited locally by CliftonLarsonAllen LLP. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1986 EMPLOYEES: 11 ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,951,596
State of New Hampshire
Julie Baron President and CEO 814 Elm St., Suite 300 Manchester, NH 03101 603-623-9474 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nh.wish.org
Breakfast for Wishes, May 18, 2022: The Breakfast for Wishes is a one-hour fundraising event held each year to share the Make-A-Wish mission and heartfelt stories about the impact of a wish. This will be our 14th year, and we plan on making it an event that will touch your hearts. For more information or to register visit: www.wish.org/nh/breakfast-wishes Rafting for Wishes, July 22, 2022: Rafting for Wishes is an annual fundraising event benefiting Make-A-Wish New Hampshire. Rafting is held in Meredith Bay and on land at Hesky Park, or teams can participate virtually. Participants can choose to take the 24-hour challenge in Meredith Bay or they can choose to support the event at a location of their choosing for 10 hours. For more information or to register visit: www.wish.org/nh/rafting-wishes
There are several ways to give to Make-A-Wish New Hampshire. Join our Circle of Stars Society to give on a monthly basis. Create a fundraiser on our behalf, or pick Make-A-Wish New Hampshire for a planned giving option. Donate your time or resources. Giving opportunities are endless. For more information, visit: www.wish.org/nh/other-ways-support-us
At Make-A-Wish New Hampshire, we are so grateful to all of our wonderful volunteers and their different skills. Don’t hesitate to contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Olivia, at ostanas@ nh.wish.org to see how your skills fit our organization.
Board Officers / Board Members Joshua Solloway Chairman of the Board, Soil Away Cleaning and Restoration Services
Jon Oglebay Treasurer Bellwether Community Credit Union
Eli Sinyak Vice Chairman of the Board, Retired, HSBC
Michael Gibeault Board Member The Coca-Cola Company
Paul Prescott Secretary, BAE Systems, Inc.
Chris Pascucci Board Member Regal Maintenance KW Commercial Real Estate
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Brian Roy Board Member BAE Systems Inc.
Chris Thompson Board Member SoClean
Alison Milioto Board Member BlueLion LLC
Eric O’Donnell Board Member United Parcel Service
Chief Robert Cormier Board Member Interim Police Chief and Law Enforcement Consultant
Monique Ruth Board Member Clark Insurance
Dicky Caplette Board Member Gallant Insurance Inc.
Dennis J. Haley Board Member McLane Middleton
Monarch School of New England 2022 Goals:
The Monarch School of New England supports individuals with special needs, so they can realize their greatest potential. In this nurturing environment, a comprehensively trained staff works one on one with each individual, uniquely integrating both education and therapy, to ensure successful transitions into school and the community.
Top Funding Sources:
Primary funding comes from earned income paid by school districts for tuition and therapy services. Additional funding comes from generous sponsors and participants who support the MSNE Golf Tournament or Harvest Festival, program sponsorships from businesses, donations from individuals and grant funding. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1974 EMPLOYEES: 120 ANNUAL REVENUE: $8,164,872 (From FY21-22 Budget)
The Monarch School of New England serves students from school districts across New Hampshire and southern Maine. Currently, students from over 30 different school districts attend the school, typically coming from within an hour and a half’s drive to Rochester, where both campuses of the Monarch School of New England are located. University interns from across New England come to the Monarch School of New England for practicum placements.
The Monarch School of New England responded to the challenges of these unusual times by remaining true to who we are and what we do. The school’s staff, students and families responded with strength, hope, adaptability and gratitude, working together to keep students with special needs consistently engaged and learning. The school remains more dedicated than ever to providing unlimited possibilities for students with special needs. From this strong foundation, the Monarch School of New England moves forward in 2022 with innovation and commitment to implement new initiatives designed to support the changing needs of the school community, such as the new social-emotional learning curriculum, and to help students with special needs reach their greatest potential.
The Monarch School of New England hosts two fundraising events annually. The MSNE Golf Tournament takes place in May, at the Rochester Country Club. MSNE also hosts the Fall Harvest Festival Mile for Monarch on campus for its students. The Monarch School of New England also welcomes partnerships with local businesses, who host vocational program students for community-based job placements and frequently support the school with financial or in-kind donations as well.
The Monarch School of New England supports students with special needs to reach their greatest potential. The school is recognized for excellence in academic, therapeutic, functional life skills and vocational programming for students with special needs. The school is grateful for gifts of any size, which benefit the innovative supports and opportunities that put the school’s philosophy into action. Businesses interested in sponsoring a program or portion of the curriculum, such as art or horticultural therapy, are encouraged to reach out to develop a partnership that aligns with their interest and goals. More information about current opportunities to support the school can be found at: www. monarchschoolne.org/donate/.
Volunteers are appreciated to help support the Monarch School of New England’s special fundraising events. Interested potential volunteers should contact the school to explore the possibilities for other service opportunities that would best fit their unique talents, gifts and availability.
Diane Bessey, Executive Director PO Box 1921, 105 Eastern Ave. Rochester, NH 03867 603-332-2848 email@example.com www.monarchschoolne.org
Board Officers / Board Members Jean Parsons President (Retired) Special Education Administrator
Timothy Ayer Vice President Attorney
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Phillip Curtis Treasurer Northeast Planning Associates
Raymond Benoit RTM Communications Mike Caron United Insurance
Mark Currier Creative Adaptations, Inc.
Unlimited possibilities for students with special needs
Spaulding Academy & Family Services 2022 Goals:
Supporting exceptional children and families toward a successful future.
Spaulding Academy & Family Services is a leading provider of educational, residential, therapeutic and foster care programs and services for children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and those who have experienced significant trauma, abuse or neglect. For more than 150 years, we have supported children with special needs and their families. Our organization continues to pursue excellence throughout our organization, across campus and in our community. This includes delivering high-quality care, treatment and education to our children and families, retaining excellent staff with high performance expectations and attractive career opportunities, and offering a safe, caring and highfunctioning culture based on kindness.
Top Funding Sources:
Funding is primarily provided from referring school districts, DCYF, DOE, Medicaid and counterpart agencies from other states. Since public funding covers only 90% of essential living, clinical and educational expenses, every dollar donated to Spaulding Academy & Family Services has profound impacts for each child on campus. Private donations and grants from individuals, foundations and community organizations help fund activities, projects and programs that directly benefit the children in our care, which are not afforded through public funding. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1871 EMPLOYEES: 266 ANNUAL REVENUE: $21,100,000
Spaulding Academy & Family Services offers a variety of ways to provide support for the children and families we serve. In addition to participating in Giving Tuesday, NH Gives, AmazonSmile and other coordinated fundraising efforts, we are continuously identifying ways to connect with those individuals and companies who would like to learn more about our organization and the children and families we serve. Recently, we launched our 2022 campaign to build an adaptable playground on campus so that all of our children can have fun, share in cooperative play, build friendships and make memories.
Since public funding covers only 90% of essential living, clinical and educational expenses, every dollar donated to Spaulding Academy & Family Services has profound impacts for each child on campus. Private donation opportunities include unrestricted or restricted gifts, gifts of goods and services, matching gifts, stock, tribute or memorial gifts and lifetime gift planning. Our 2022 adaptable playground campaign also offers diverse opportunities which provide significant benefits and value to our philanthropic corporate partners. We welcome opportunities to design custom packages to support your professional or personal giving goals. Our website includes the ability to donate securely and conveniently online.
Located on over 500 acres in Northfield, NH, our scenic hilltop campus offers a safe, supportive and intensely therapeutic environment for children from across NH and beyond. In addition to campus programming, Spaulding’s communitybased programs include a variety of services provided to children and their families where they are needed most.
We cherish volunteers who would like to give the gift of time and service to our children. Volunteer opportunities are abundant both on the Spaulding Academy & Family Services campus and in our community. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your ideas and interests to develop a custom opportunity to meet your professional or personal volunteer goals. Whether you have a personal talent, a community connection, a corporate service day or wish to dedicate time toward charitable activities, we look forward to providing a rewarding volunteer opportunity for you.
Sandy Marshall Dir. of Development & Community Relations 72 Spaulding Rd. Northfield, NH 03276 603-286-8901 SMarshall@SpauldingServices.org www.SpauldingServices.org
Board Officers / Board Members Michael F. Ventura Chair Independence Financial Advisors Hali B. Dearborn Vice Chair & Secretary Retired
Ronald L. Magoon Treasurer Franklin Savings Bank Todd C. Emmons President & CEO/CFO Indrika Arnold The Colony Group
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Michael D. Bourbeau Northeast Delta Dental Michael L. Flaherty Taylor Community Suzanne H. Gottling Retired
Daniel S. Kaplan Associated Grocers of New England
Daniel M. Walulik Acceleration Partners
Scott D. McGuffin McGuffin Law Firm
Marcus S. Weeks Meredith Village Savings Bank
Robert N. Snelling Retired
Peter C. White Retired
United Ways Across New Hampshire 2022 Goals: United Ways across New Hampshire fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community. Each independent United Way is committed to advancing the common good by leveraging the caring power of the community, addressing critical issues like the COVID-19 pandemic, poverty, the opioid crisis in our state, providing access to programs for struggling families and other complex issues. Together, they support 211 NH, an information and referral call center that connects NH residents with resources.
Fundraising Events/Opportunities: Each individual United Way mobilizes tens of thousands of donors across the state, and they collectively raise over $16 million. United Way has a unique structure where dollars raised across the state are invested locally, and decisions about how those dollars are spent are made by local volunteers in each community.
United Way’s mission is to improve the quality of people’s lives by bringing together the caring power of communities.
Top Funding Sources:
United Ways across New Hampshire rely on the generosity of corporate and individual donors, local and national foundations, and contracts. YEAR ESTABLISHED: Granite United Way: 1928 United Way of Greater Nashua: 1930 Monadnock United Way: 1952 United Way of Sullivan County: 1994 EMPLOYEES: 87 staff members ANNUAL REVENUE: United Ways across New Hampshire raise nearly $16,000,000
During the annual campaign, United Way partners with tens of thousands of donors, corporate and community foundations, and employee-giving campaigns in local and national companies to raise millions of dollars to address critical needs in our communities. One of the easiest ways to give is online.
Volunteer Opportunities: When you volunteer through United Way in New Hampshire, you’re joining thousands of people who are giving back so others can get ahead. Donate your time and talent by volunteering as a board member or committee member, joining your local Campaign Cabinet to help raise funds for your community, participating in Day of Caring events, serving as a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program volunteer or providing administrative assistance in your local United Way office.
Collectively, these four United Ways serve every community in New Hampshire and additionally, Windsor County, Vermont.
www.graniteuw.org www.muw.org www.unitedwaynashua.org www.scunitedway.org
Board Officers / Board Members Granite United Way:
Monadnock United Way:
Sean Owen Interim Chair
Edward Guyot CPA, Board Chair
Charla Stevens Vice Chair
Katie Sutherland Vice Chair
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United Way of Sullivan County:
Dan Munroe Governance Chair
Sherrie Curtis President
Mike Reid Advisory Council Chair
Beth McAllister Vice President
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Top Funding Sources:
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Waypoint 2022 Goals:
To empower people of all ages through an array of human services and advocacy
Top Funding Sources:
State, federal and local grants private foundation gifts, program service fees, individual donations, event income and endowment income. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1850 EMPLOYEES: 300 ANNUAL REVENUE: $15,567,714
Headquartered in Manchester, Waypoint has locations throughout the state.
464 Chestnut St. Manchester, NH 03105 603-518-4000 www.waypointnh.org
In the coming year, we will continue to focus on these strategic imperatives: 1. To even out the playing field for New Hampshire’s most vulnerable citizens by providing equal access to high quality, life-changing services, at no cost to client. 2. To enhance our impact within communities across the state, providing workers in homes, schools, prisons, hospitals, courts, neighborhoods, streets — wherever you need us to be — to deliver a vast array of services tailored to specific needs. 3. To recruit and retain staff who are tops in their respective fields as we expand our evidence-based practice in all regions of the state. 4. To grow in response to community needs by developing innovative programs and partnerships, expanding our geographic footprint. 5. Increasing revenue streams of unrestricted funds to improve long-range sustainability of programs.
Waypoint Advocacy Celebration and Conference, a multimedia event that examines a specific social problem and explores local solutions. WZID Christmas is for Kids Radiothon, a campaign that includes a live broadcast to fulfill holiday wishes of children in need and help struggling families throughout the year. SleepOut, a cold night spent outside to raise awareness and funds to aid NH youth experiencing homelessness and to support the expansion of services throughout the state, including an overnight shelter for youth in Manchester. Upper Valley Event, to subsidize an array of services through the Agency’s Family Resource Center in Lebanon. Home Care Event, to raise community consciousness about older adults and support critical services to help them remain safely at home.
Waypoint is fueled by charity and relies on support from individuals, corporations, foundations, United Way, special events, endowment income, and grants. If you are interested in supporting Waypoint, contact our development office, 603-518-4205, or visit www.waypointnh.org.
Waypoint offers many high impact/low investment volunteer opportunities for companies to engage in a community project and support our work with children and families. SleepOut: Raise funds and recruit friends to do same in order to confront youth homelessness in NH. Youth Resource Center: Host a barbeque or holiday party for youth experiencing homelessness. Teach a skill-building workshop. Host a clothing, food or personal care item drive. Conduct a drive: Craft your own fund or item drive to help seniors in Home Care or babies enrolled in Family Support programs. Advisory Board: Serve on a local advisory board as an advocate, ambassador, or fundraiser, to help forward the mission of Waypoint. To inquire about volunteer opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board of Trustees Melissa Biron Senior Manager, Nathan Wechsler & Company Nina Chang Vice President of Finance and Accounting, SilverTech, Inc. Bill Conrad Chief Operating Officer, Prime Source Foods Jane Gile Director of Human Resources, City of Manchester
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John Greene Community Relations & Economic Development Specialist, EVERSOURCE Sudi Lett Project Manager, Granite State Organizing Project Marc Lubelczyk Senior Vice President, Citizens Bank Marilyn Mahoney Retired, Founding Member/Partner, Harvey & Mahoney Law Offices
Holly Mintz Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Elliot Health System
Mark Rouvalis Director, Litigation Department, McLane Middleton
Zachary Palmer Housing Cooperative Specialist, ROC-NH
Jeffrey Seifert Regional Vice President, TD Bank, N.A.
Lyndsee Paskalis Attorney, Stebbins, Lazos, & Van Der Beken
Ken Sheldon NH President, SVP/SR Client Manager, Bank of America
Shaylen Roberts Assistant County Attorney, Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office
Jennifer Stebbins Financial Strategist, XSS Hotels Borja Alvarez de Toledo President/CEO, Waypoint
As you go along the journey of your life, whatever happens, at whatever stage, we’ll be there for you, providing HELP ALONG THE WAY
Statewide Headquarters 464 Chestnut St. Manchester NH 603-518-4000 waypointnh.org
American Cancer Society 2022 Goals: American Cancer Society in New Hampshire’s 2022 goal is $1,100,000. The money raised will help to fund critical cancer research and provide patient services.
Fundraising Events: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Relay For Life, Real Men Wear Pink, and a variety of 3rd party events. Sign up as a team or individual, become a corporate sponsor or give a gift.
Top Funding Sources:
www.Cancer.org www.makingstrideswalk.org www.relayforlife.org www.realmenwearpinkacs.org
Our mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer. Peer-to-peer fundraising, corporate giving and planned giving. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1913 EMPLOYEES: 4,000 ANNUAL REVENUE: $830,000,000
Donations are accepted year-round.
Volunteer Opportunities: Committee members are needed to help plan and execute events, day-of-event volunteers, and town ambassadors needed throughout New Hampshire. Plan your own fundraiser.
Our phones are answered 24/7, 365 days per year. Please call 800-227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org.
Nancy Mathis Senior Development Manager PO Box 10538 Bedford, NH 03110 603-518-6263 email@example.com www.cancer.org
Board Officers / Board Members John Alfonso, CPA, CGMA Chair
Jeffrey L. Kean Immediate Past Chair
Mark A. Goldberg, MD Harvard Medical School
Kathi Russ Epic Travel LLC
Michael T. Marquardt Vice Chair
Frederick Hussey Board Chair Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC
Karen Burns White Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
For a complete list, please contact Nancy Mathis.
Carmen E. Guerra, MD, MSCE, FACP Board Scientific Officer Brian A. Marlow, CFA Secretary/Treasurer
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Gwen Spencer Board Vice Chair Exempt Organizations Tax Service, PwC
Renee Connolly Millipore Sigma Jim Brockelman Brockelman Group
Amoskeag Health 2022 Goals:
Amoskeag Health’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of our patients and the communities we serve by providing exceptional care and services that are accessible to all.
Top Funding Sources:
Amoskeag Health receives funding from a number of sources including federal and state governments, individuals, corporations and foundation grants. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1993 EMPLOYEES: 255 ANNUAL REVENUE: $23,954,750 Amoskeag Health provides primary health care services: 145 Hollis St., Manchester 184 Tarrytown Rd., Manchester 1245 Elm St., Manchester 88 McGregor St., Manchester Amoskeag Health and The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester provide integrated mental and physical care: 1555 Elm St., Manchester Rhonda Bernstein Director of Advancement 145 Hollis St. Manchester, NH 03101 603-626-9500 firstname.lastname@example.org www.amoskeaghealth.org
Amoskeag Health hosts the Morning Matters Breakfast. For the past 14 years, this event has brought together leaders from local businesses, government and the community to support uncompensated healthcare for over 5,200 underserved children in Greater Manchester. Approximately 78% of Amoskeag Health patients live below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. In 2022, provided the pandemic allows us to safely socialize together, Amoskeag Health will introduce a new annual event in the fall. For additional information about Morning Matters or to learn more about other events we are planning, please visit our website at www. amoskeaghealth.org or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Amoskeag Health provides high-quality primary care, integrated behavioral health, specialty and support services to over 14,000 patients, speaking 62 different languages, in the Greater Manchester area regardless of insurance status. Our goal is to provide exceptional care, increase positive health outcomes and lower costs through utilizing innovative care models and strong community partnerships. Our recent commitments include providing COVID-19 education and vaccines and expanding our medicationassisted treatment (MAT) and behavioral health services to meet growing demand. We aspire to ensure our services evolve with community needs through programs like case management, interpretation, optometry, podiatry, nutrition, transportation, emergency food/diapers, WIC, Medicaid and health insurance marketplace enrollment.
Amoskeag Health relies on donations, sponsorships and in-kind giving from individuals, corporations and foundations in order to provide every patient with access to healthcare, behavior health counseling, basic needs assistance and social services. Donations can be made securely online at www.amoskeaghealth.org/about-us/ donate. Additional ways to give include making a gift in honor or memory of a loved one or establishing a legacy gift set up through your estate planning.
Volunteers at Amoskeag Health contribute to the success of our support programs. Board leadership or committee work are rewarding volunteer endeavors and much needed. Please complete a form on our website under Apply for our Board. Annual fundraising events in the spring and fall require volunteer energy, ideas and creativity to be fun and successful. Programs like Thanksgiving baskets and family literacy are engaging and rewarding volunteer opportunities. Volunteer efforts help make our community great!
Board Officers / Board Members Kathleen Davidson Chair Pastori Krans, PLLC
Richard Elwell Treasurer Sprouts International
Christian Scott Vice Chair Keller Williams
Jill Bille Granite State Independent Living
David Crespo Secretary Primerica Financial Services
Angella Chen-Shadeed Partially Retired Caregiver
Obhed Giri The Moore Center
Debra (Debbie) Manning Cumberland Consulting Group
Madhab Gurung Siddharth Services, Inc.
Dawn McKinney New Hampshire Legal Assistance
David Hildenbrand Catholic Charities NH
Rusty Mosca Nathan Wechsler & Company
Thomas Lavoie Optisure Risk Partners
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Ascentria Care Alliance 2022 Goals:
We are called to strengthen communities by empowering people to respond to life’s challenges.
• Develop community based partnerships with funders and other providers to provide client directed solutions that move people toward independence. • Identify and develop funding sources that will allow for expanded wraparound services for senior citizens, homebound individuals or those with a disability who wish to remain independent in their own homes. • Expand the availability of Good News Garage transportation solutions, in collaboration with the State of NH and other partners. • Capitalize on the expansive array of Language Bank interpretation and translation • Continue to attract and retain mission driven staff, through the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Top Funding Sources:
Program Service Revenue: 91% Contributions, Gifts and Grants: 9% YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1872 NH PROGRAM ESTABLISHED: 1985 NH EMPLOYEES: 541 NH ANNUAL REVENUE: $15,857,860
Ascentria has offices in Concord and Manchester, and serves families statewide in five service areas.
Michaele Leare Director of Strategic Marketing and Communications 603-892-4078 email@example.com www.ascentria.org
In 2022 Ascentria will be celebrating our 150th year of providing a diverse offering of social services to support teen parents, unaccompanied minors, low-income families in need of transportation, immigrants and refugees, seniors, people with cognitive disabilities and those who are managing mental health challenges. This celebration will include special events and special appeals to support current and new, innovative initiatives. Individuals or corporations interested in making a donation or exploring gifts of stock, monthly giving, planned giving, sponsorship opportunities or employee matching gift programs are invited to contact our development department at 508-330-1238. Donations are gratefully accepted year-round at www.ascentria.org. A unique way to give is to donate your old or unused vehicle to our Good News Garage program where it will be refurbished and awarded to individuals and families in need of reliable transportation, which helps empower them to move out of poverty and into financial independence and social stability.
Ascentria volunteers find their work to be impactful, interesting and rewarding. Tutoring, mentoring new Americans or providing professional services are a few examples of how Ascentria volunteers effect real and lasting change in others. For a complete listing of volunteer opportunities, visit www.ascentria.org/volunteer.
Creating Opportunity Creating Opportunity New Hampshire programs:
New Hampshire programs: • Good News Garage • Language Bank ••Good News Garage •• Language Bank In-Home Care Services for New Americans • In-Home Care • Services for New • Therapeutic Family ConnectionsAmericans • Therapeutic Family Connections
ascentria.org Find us on ascentria.org
Board Officers / Board Members William Mayo Chair CIO, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Angela Bovill President and CEO Ascentria Care Alliance Fred Jenoure Board Vice Chair TANGO Board Diversity Initiative and Consulting Practice
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Garth Greimann Financial Secretary Senior Advisor, Berkshire Partners, LLC
Alex Bartholomew Senior Vice President Bartholomew & Company, Inc
Stacey Luster, J.D. President Board of Trustees for Mechanics Hall
Karen Gaylin Secretary Phillips Electronics NA (retired)
Ashish Cowlagi Vice President of Strategy Pragya Systems
Keith Robertson Northeast Team Leader Ziegler
The Rev Ross Goodman Pastor, St. Paul Lutheran Church Arlington, MA
Barbara Ruhe Ruhe and Ruhe Attorneys at Law
Scott Hamilton IDEXX (retired)
Peter Schmidt Co-founder and COO Transcend Air Corporation
Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster Council 2022 Goals:
The Daniel Webster Council goals are to raise funds that assist in providing programs to more young boys and girls in NH. Providing activities in person and virtually to promote adventure, leadership skills, and workforce development opportunities that foster healthy choices, character, and leadership to prepare for life.
Fundraising Events: The mission of the Boy Scouts of America, Daniel Webster Council, is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
The Daniel Webster Council hosts events across New Hampshire to raise awareness and resources to support scouting every year. Our signature event, the Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner, honors an individual and/or corporation making a positive impact for youth and families. In addition, our calendar of statewide events includes Winni Derby (salmon and lake trout tournament on Lake Winnipesaukee), Cross Insurance Golf Classic, Women in Leadership Event, and several community events designed to recognize the leadership and efforts of our local troops. To see upcoming events, go to http://nhscouting.org/donate/special-events.
Top Funding Sources:
Activities........................................105,000 ......... 3.57% Friends of Scouting (Net)..........297,500 ....... 10.12% Special Events (Net of CDB) ....139,300 ......... 4.74% Foundations..................................150,000 ......... 5.10% United Way.....................................10,000 ......... 0.34% Sale of Supplies ...............................4,250 ......... 0.14% Product Sales (Net).....................270,000 ......... 9.19% Investment Income ....................610,655 ....... 20.77% Camping .................................. 1,181,330 ....... 40.19% Legacies/Bequests ........................30,000 ......... 1.02% Other ..............................................141,425 ......... 4.81% Total Income............................. 2,939,460 ..... 100.00%
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1929 EMPLOYEES: 13 full time/105 seasonal ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,939,460
The Daniel Webster Council partners with community organizations to serve over 1,000 Scouts across the State of New Hampshire at over 350 program sites.
It’s easy to give the adventure of Scouting to youth in New Hampshire! Our donors give in many ways to support positive youth development, and you can, too. In addition to attending or sponsoring special events outlined above, you can give to our Annual “Friends of Scouting” Appeal to support daily operations, make a singleor multi-year significant gift, help a specific program, camp property, or Scouting event; or make a planned gift. For more information, contact Bianka Cullen at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, you can visit nhscouting.org to make or pledge a donation and learn more about NH Scouting Adventures!
The Daniel Webster Council exists to support volunteers in delivering youth programs of the Boy Scouts of America. Over 5,000 adult volunteers serve in various ways — from office work to trail building, from board governance to Cubmaster, from putting up tents to raising money. Volunteer opportunities are as varied as our programs and receive practical training on youth development, program delivery, youth protection, and outdoor safety.
Bianka Cullen Development Director Daniel Webster Council, BSA Development@NHScouting.org 1500 Bodwell Rd., Manchester, NH 03109 603-625-6431 www.nhscouting.org
Board Officers R. James Steiner Chair of the Board Steiner Law
Jay Garee Scout Executive & CEO Daniel Webster Council
Thomas Inzinga Vice President at Large iCE Field Applications, LLC
Michael Tager Executive Vice-President
Ryan Warren Council Treasurer BerryDunn
Richard Mason Vice Present at Large Center For Public Safety Excellence
Stephen Curry Immediate Past President US Army Retired John Arico Council Commissioner Arico Consulting
Jim Buttafuoco Vice President at Large Telcom, LLC Andrew Richardson Vice President Programs
Greg Placy Vice President Physical Resources Colebrook, NH
Craig Donais Vice President Administration Wadleigh, Starr, & Peters, PLLC Patrick Grace Vice President District Operations Focus School Software Christopher Norwood Vice President Development NAI Norwood Group
Elizabeth Stodolski Vice President Marketing St. Mary’s Bank Drew Cline Vice President Membership Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy Clayton Cole Vice President at-large BAE Systems
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CASA of New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire provides highly trained, caring adults to be the voice in New Hampshire’s family courts for children who have experienced neglect and abuse. Our professional staff provides training, ongoing education and dedicated support to our 600+ volunteer advocates. Through focused recruitment strategies, our goal is to have enough advocates available for every child in need.
CASA of New Hampshire provides a voice for abused and neglected children and youth by empowering a statewide network of trained volunteers to advocate on their behalf so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.
CASA Cares, our annual gala, will be held on May 6, 2022, at the DoubleTree by Hilton in downtown Manchester. Please visit www.casanh.org/casa-cares for updates. Businesses and community groups are also welcome to hold fundraisers and donate their proceeds to CASA of New Hampshire. Interested groups should contact us at 603-626-4600.
Top Funding Sources:
CASA depends on a variety of funding sources, including sponsorships and private donations. Visit www.casanh.org for more information about our various giving opportunities. Annual Giving: Your one-time gift or monthly donation will help us train more volunteer advocates, so we can have advocates available for every child. Donate at www.casanh.org/donate. Corporate Sponsorships: Support children who need a voice and become a sponsor for the Give a Child Hope campaign. Your sponsorship of $2,000 will give children a voice and the support they desperately need by providing them with a dedicated and caring CASA volunteer advocate. For a list of other sponsorship opportunities, please contact Suzanne Lenz at slenz@ casanh.org. Legacy Giving: Leave a lasting impact on New Hampshire’s children by considering CASA in your estate plan. Cards for a Cause: Purchase customizable greeting cards featuring the work of New Hampshire artists. Visit casanhgifts.com to order.
Federal: 31% State: 25% Annual Fund: 20% Private Foundations & Municipal Grants: 13% Fundraising Events & Projects: 12% YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1989 EMPLOYEES: 35 ANNUAL REVENUE: $3,023,942
We provide volunteer advocates for children in every family court in New Hampshire. Our main office is in Manchester. We have six regional offices: Berlin, Claremont, Colebrook, Dover, Keene and Laconia.
Marcia “Marty” Sink CEO/President PO Box 1327 Manchester, NH 03105 603-626-4600 email@example.com www.casanh.org
Volunteer advocates are critically needed statewide to provide voices for children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Volunteers receive comprehensive online pre-service training and dedicated, ongoing support from professional staff. Share 10-15 hours of your time each month, and make a significant impact in the life of a vulnerable child. Register for an online info session at www.casanh.org/infosessions to learn more. Committee and event volunteers are also needed. Contact us at 603-626-4600 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Board Officers / Board Members Amy Coveno Co-Chairman WMUR TV ABC-9
Terry Heinzmann Co-Vice Chairman Manchester, NH
David Eby Co-Chairman Devine Millimet
Evelyn Aissa Secretary Partnership for the Future of Learning
Michael Burns Co-Vice Chairman CGI Business Solutions
Kathleen Thomas Treasurer Crescent Wealth Partners
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Michael Ambrogi Novocure Inc.
Sue Chollet Peterborough, NH
Karen Borgstrom Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Pat Clancey Pat Clancey Realty
Adele Boufford Baker Manchester, NH
Sabrina Dunlap Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Paul Chant Cooper Cargill Chant
Chief David Goldstein Franklin NH Police Dept.
Ellen Koenig NH Women’s Foundation & Nonprofit Consultant Nancy Sampo Enviro-Tote Tom Stevens Manchester, NH Marcia R. Sink CASA-NH President & CEO
Cedarcrest Center 2022 Goals:
Cedarcrest Center enriches the lives of children with complex medical and developmental needs, supports their families and collaborates with other providers to build a continuum of care.
Top Funding Sources:
Medicaid and school district tuition are the primary sources of income. Contributions from individuals, foundations and businesses are vital to helping bridge the gap between the cost to provide state-of-the-art healthcare, therapy and special education services and what is received for reimbursement from Medicaid or school tuition funds. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1947 EMPLOYEES: 125 (98 full-time employees) ANNUAL REVENUE: $7,306,000
Cedarcrest Center provides extended residential and short-term specialized medical care, advanced respiratory, physical, occupational and speech therapies, and education for children. We provide a nurturing, home-like setting, stateof-the-art medical supports including telemedicine appointments with DHMC, and a wonderful adaptive playground. In the coming year, we will be advancing initiatives set out in our strategic plan including growth in areas of programmatic support, operational development, sustainability and external relations.
Fundraising Events: Cedarcrest’s primary special event is held in October each year. The Walk & Roll is a non-competitive event that has been held virtually the past two years and involved hundreds of supporters from around the country.
Giving Opportunities: Contributed support helps purchase specialized medical equipment and educational and therapeutic technology not funded through any traditional source. Donations may be made by mail or securely on our website https://cedarcrest4kids.org. Cedarcrest Center’s 501(c)(3) number is 02-0441832, and we welcome contributions from donor-advised funds or appreciated securities.
Volunteer Opportunities: Volunteers play important roles at Cedarcrest. The children benefit greatly from interactions with members of our community. In the past, volunteers have played music to small groups of children, read to children one on one, and helped with special events or activities. Current volunteer opportunities are limited due to COVID-19 precautions. To learn more about volunteering, please visit https://cedarcrest4kids.org/volunteer.
Located in Keene, NH, serving children from New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
Patty Farmer, MBA CFRE Director of Development and Communications 91 Maple Ave. Keene, NH 03431 603-358-3389 email@example.com https://cedarcrest4kids.org
Board Officers / Board Members Kathryn Willbarger Chair CMC/Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Keene
Cameron Tease Secretary Retired, Non-profit Executive
Tom Bennett, MD Vice Chair Franklin Pierce University
Jay Hayston, LP.D President and CEO
Kevin Forrest Treasurer CMC/Dartmouth Hitchcock, Keene
Cindi Coughlin Retired, Nurse Administrator Annie DiSilva Ashuelot Valley Academy
Jed Donelan Franklin Pierce University Jackie Ethier CMC/Dartmouth Hitchcock, Keene Donovan Fenton Fenton Family Dealerships Matt Goodwin Red Hat Software Margaret Guill Retired, Pediatric Pulmonologist
Dee Milliken Commercial Buyer/ Former Cedarcrest Parent Liz Peets State of Vermont Richard Skeels Retired, Non-profit Finance Executive Pam Wilder Silver Direct
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Cheshire Health Foundation 2022 Goals:
Cheshire Health Foundation’s (CHF) fiscal year 2022 strategic priority is to raise funds for the purchase of three new ultrasound machines for Cheshire Medical Center. CHF will also raise funds to be used for establishment of the Medical Center’s new Family Medicine Residency Program and other patient care needs.
Cheshire Health Foundation cultivates and stewards charitable support to advance the health and wellness mission of Cheshire Medical Center.
Top Funding Sources:
The bulk of our funding comes from individuals in the community who make gifts, businesses and other organizations who donate and/or sponsor fundraising events, and foundations. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1982 EMPLOYEES: 6 ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,100,000
Cheshire Medical Center, established in 1892, is the largest provider of comprehensive healthcare services in southwestern New Hampshire and is a member of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system. The Medical Center is an acute care facility located in Keene, with five satellite offices in Keene, Walpole and Winchester.
Cheshire Health Foundation holds three main fundraising events each year: Bald Is Beautiful (BIB), our Golf Tournament, and Caring, Candlelight and Community (Tribute). BIB supports the Patient Relief and Cancer Care Funds. The Golf Tournament and Tribute event benefits Cheshire’s Annual Fund and strategic fundraising priorities. We also participate in New Hampshire Gives and Giving Tuesday to fund patient care needs and to raise awareness of Cheshire Medical Center’s nonprofit status.
There are many opportunities to support patient care at Cheshire Medical Center through a gift to the Cheshire Health Foundation: • Annual Fund — annual support gifts for strategic funding priorities • Circle of Gratitude, Grateful Patient program — thank a caregiver/employee who made a difference in your care or experience • Tribute — honor someone or a special occasion, or to remember loved ones • Sponsorships — your business can support one of our fundraising events • Endowments — provide ongoing financial stability through special gifts • Events — participate in one of our fundraising events • Major Gifts — support a personal passion and a priority of Cheshire Medical Center • Planned Gifts — leave a legacy to Cheshire in your estate plans to support exceptional local care.
Cheshire Health Foundation welcomes volunteers at fundraising events and for special projects. A greater scope of volunteer opportunities is also available through Cheshire Medical Center for individuals who wish to give their time.
Sandie Phipps, CFRE Vice President/Chief Development Officer 580 Court St. Keene, NH 03431 603-354-6800 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cheshirehealthfoundation.org
Board Officers / Board Members Rob Therrien Chair The Melanson Company
Cecile Goff Treasurer Retired
Julie Tewksbury Vice Chair Retired
Heather Minkler At-Large Clark-Mortenson Insurance & Financial Services
Bill Chase, MD Secretary Retired
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Don Caruso, MD President & CEO Cheshire Medical Center Ex Officio Trish Campbell, DO Retired Betsy Cotter, RN Retired
Robert Englund, MD Retired
Jane Stabler Retired
Aalok Khole, MD Cheshire Medical Center
Alan Stroshine Edward Jones
Helene Mogridge Retired
Cindy Westover Galloway Real Estate
Katherine Snow Retired
Community Bridges 2022 Goals:
Community Bridges assures and maintains the integration, growth and interdependence of people with disabilities in their home communities, so they have positive control over the lives they have chosen for themselves. Community Bridges is a leader in the development of and advocacy for innovative approaches in supporting families.
Top Funding Sources:
We receive funding through state and federal government for the supports and services offered through Community Bridges. Additional support through the generosity of the community, by way of donations and grants, contribute to the enriched quality of our organization’s programs. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1982 EMPLOYEES: 471 ANNUAL REVENUE: $57,689,000
Allenstown, Andover, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Canterbury, Chichester, Concord, Danbury, Deering, Dunbarton, Epsom, Franklin, Henniker, Hill, Hillsborough, Hopkinton, Loudon, Newbury, New London, Northfield, Pembroke, Pittsfield, Salisbury, Sutton, Warner, Weare, Webster, Wilmot and Windsor
Community Bridges remains focused on strengthening our core mission through dynamic and relevant programs and practices. We look forward to adding value to the quality of our services through your donations and grants. We continue to offer exceptional services to community members living with developmental disabilities or acquired brain injuries. Our approach is personcentered to ensure those we support take the lead in pursuing a meaningful life. We look to bridge any potential barriers between those we serve and their community by partnering with the people needing support and their families. In 2022, Community Bridges is looking to raise $50,000 in contributions to support our continued effort in providing quality-added programs. Through these programs, we can offer individualized supports and services that will promote a better quality of life.
Community Bridges will participate in Giving Tuesday, the national day of giving during the holiday season as well as NH Gives, Granite United Way’s Annual Giving Campaign and Amazon Smile. Please use our QR code to visit our website at www.communitybridgesnh.org/donate to make a direct online gift, or download our donation by mail form.
Every day is an opportunity to make a difference.Your contribution helps provide for the needs of community members not funded through other resources. Donations toward Respite provide temporary care for a loved one, so caregivers can care for themselves. Our Home contributions provide for much needed updates and repairs to the nine homes offered through Community Bridges for medically supported housing. Unrestricted contributions support families and community members in meeting the greatest needs such as dental coverage, clothes and food. To learn more about making a difference, please contact our Manager of Communications and Resource Development Shawnna Bowman at sbowman@communitybridgesnh. org.
• Board of Directors • Family Support Council • Human Rights Commission • Community engagement projects To learn more about how you can get involved, please email us at email@example.com.
Ann Potoczak CEO/President 70 Pembroke Rd. Concord, NH 03301 603-225-4153 firstname.lastname@example.org www.communitybridgesnh.org
Board Officers / Board Members Phil Sletten President NH Fiscal Policy Institute
David Ossoff Treasurer Endicott Trading Co.
Jennifer S. Pineo Vice President NH Family Voices
Elizabeth Bornstein Secretary Boys and Girls Club
Bradley Hosmer Retired
Glenn Stuart New England College
Betsy McNamara Full Circle Consulting
John Taylor Retail
Kristin Phillips Guidance Councilor
Stephany Wilson CADAvantage
Stephen Gould Cook, Little, Rosenblatt, & Manson Mark Manganiello NH State
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Crotched Mountain Foundation 2022 Goals:
Crotched Mountain works to improve education for children with complex disabilities, so that they can remain in their homes, schools and communities, while implementing innovative, community-based programming to support adults with disabilities and chronic illness to remain independent and active.
Fundraising Events: Mission Statement:
Crotched Mountain Foundation is dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families, embracing personal choice and development, and building communities of mutual support.
Top Funding Sources:
Crotched Mountain Foundation receives funding through the state of New Hampshire, corporate philanthropic support, charitable foundations, and the kind generosity of hundreds of committed and compassionate donors.
For all the latest news and updates about Crotched Mountain Foundation and upcoming engagement opportunities, please visit www.crotchedmountain.org and sign up for our enews.
The generosity of the community powers the mission of Crotched Mountain Foundation. Donors can make a life-changing impact on the lives of children and adults with disabilities through one-time gifts, recurring monthly donations, wills and living trusts, charitable gift annuities, beneficiary designations, donor-advised funds, endowed gifts and corporate philanthropic support. To learn more, please visit www.cmf.org/donate or call 603-669-0821.
Crotched Mountain Foundation offers volunteer opportunities through Board leadership and special committees designed to strengthen the impact of our mission.
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1953 EMPLOYEES: 35 ANNUAL REVENUE: $7,250,000
Service Locations: All of New Hampshire
Contact: Kevin Harte Vice President of Advancement 186 Granite St., Suite 3C Manchester, NH 03101 603-669-0821 email@example.com www.crotchedmountain.org
Board Officers / Board Members Henry Veilleux Chair
Benjamin F. Gayman, Esq.
Nancy VanVranken, MD
Deanna Howard Treasurer
Deanna S. Howard
Jon Sparkman Secretary
James C. Piet
Ethan Arnold Vice Chair
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Currier Museum of Art 2022 Goals:
Focused on art. Centered in community. Committed to inspire.
Top Funding Sources:
The Currier Museum of Art is funded by a combination of sources, including museum operations, individual support, corporate support, public and private grant programs, endowment draw and other revenue sources. We are dedicated to managing our financial resources in order to further our mission. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1919 EMPLOYEES: 37 full-time, 54 parttime, 70 volunteers ANNUAL REVENUE: $5,800,000
Currier Museum of Art – 150 Ash St., Manchester, NH Frank Lloyd Wright Houses – tours begin at the museum Chandler House – across the street from the museum
Jessica Pappathan Director of Development 150 Ash St. Manchester, NH 03104 603-518-4913 firstname.lastname@example.org https://currier.org
Board Officers / Board Members Stephen Duprey President President and Founder of Duprey Companies Benjamin Kelley Vice President Kelley Family Properties Thomas J. Silvia Treasurer President, VineBrook Homes
The Currier Museum of Art connects art with diverse audiences, from its neighborhood to international and digital visitors, embracing regional new museum-goers and underserved communities. We facilitate conversations and experiences around art. The Currier Museum aims to be nimble and creative in using its distinctive collection of historical and contemporary art. We connect the art of the past with art of the future through an artist-in-residence program based in our community. The museum teaches art as a way to understand the creative process in all fields — a traditional practice in American museums. The Currier Museum embraces difference and multiple points of view in its collection, exhibitions, audience, staff and governance. The museum is dedicated to the social needs of its community though programs serving people with memory loss, families of those with substance-use disorder, those with physical and cognitive challenges and military veterans.
• In 2021, the Currier Museum began restoration of the George Byron Chandler House, an architectural treasure from the late 19th century. The main floor of the house preserves impressive stained-glass windows, original wallpaper and fine wood carving. These areas will be open to the public as an expansion of the museum, specifically to represent NH in the 19th century. The Chandler House Restoration Fund supports this project. • The Currier Museum is the singular art museum in the world with two Frank Lloyd Wright houses. Accessible by guided tour, they are the only Wright buildings open to the public in New England. The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Fund supports the preservation of these architectural gems. • The Art and Wellness Programs Fund supports the many social programs developed by the Currier Museum. We believe that art can inspire, bring people together and create a better, more inclusive society. These programs include Art for Vets for active military, veterans and their families; the Art of Hope, for families impacted by the opioid crisis; Creative Connections for Teens, launched during the pandemic for teens dealing with anxiety issues; Memory Café, for those suffering with memory loss and their caregivers; Making Art Accessible, for cognitively and physically challenged teens and adults; and the Immigrant and Refugee program, for new Americans settling in NH. • In honor of a treasured New Hampshire artist, the Currier Museum of Art has established The Tomie dePaola Art Education Fund to support art education for young people. • The Currier Museum of Art will host its annual fundraising gala on Saturday, April 9, 2022, raising funds for world-class art, exhibitions and impactful social programs.
Donors who support the mission of the Currier Museum of Art with a gift of $1,500 or more will be granted access to the special events and privileges of the Currier Society. As the museum’s key ambassadors, Currier Society members enjoy insider access, from behindthe-scenes tours with curators to distinctive special events. By providing meaningful support, the Currier Society enables the museum to present special exhibitions, provide free programs for our community and strengthen our collections. Remember the Currier Museum of Art in your long-term plans through a bequest in your will or trust, or through a charitable gift annuity. There are a variety of planned giving options that can benefit you and the museum. By including the Currier Museum in your planned giving, you will be welcomed into the Fuller Legacy Society. The Currier Museum of Art accepts donor-advised funds, as well as gifts of art. Please visit https://currier.org/ planned-giving to learn more.
The Currier Museum of Art is committed to building a culturally diverse profession in museums, art and art history. It offers paid internships to introduce critical skills for undergraduate and graduate students selected through open application. The museum also offers volunteer opportunities. Volunteers support the mission of the Currier Museum of Art by giving time and talent. Volunteers inspire active public participation and strengthen the museum’s presence in the community. Volunteers assist staff with a variety of tasks, including leading tours, supporting educational programs, performing administrative tasks, conducting curatorial research, and helping in the library, shop and café. The museum trains volunteers to lead public tours. Docents facilitate looking and interactive discussions in the collection, special exhibitions, the Frank Lloyd Wright houses and special programs. Charitable Giving Guide 2022 47
Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Our mission is to end homelessness, one family at a time, because every child deserves a home. Through safe housing and education, Family Promise guides families as they break the cycle, and rise from homelessness to sustainable independence.
Top Funding Sources:
Grantmaking provides 30% of our annual fundraising goals. Our awards are from corporate and community partners and individual and family foundations. Additionally, we have a sustainable Major Donor and Planned Giving Program. An additional 40% of our annual fundraising is generated by our individual and major donors. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2002 EMPLOYEES: 8 ANNUAL REVENUE: $759,000
We serve families who come to us from 44 municipalities throughout Hillsborough and Western Rockingham counties in Southern New Hampshire.
Pamela Wellman Executive Director PO Box 450 Nashua, NH 03061 603-883-7338 email@example.com https://familypromisesnh.org
Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire operates three programs supporting 44 towns throughout Hillsborough and Rockingham counties. Our main Residential Program exists in Nashua, our Diversion/Prevention Program serves the greater community with case management services, and our Supportive Housing Program serves four families in separate homes in the community. In 2022, it is our strategic plan to expand our Supportive Housing Program in the communities we serve, as well as secure a residential facility in Rockingham County.
Our annual fundraising events include Home Stretch 5K, Major Gifts Annual Event, and Homeward Bound Food and Beverage Festival. In addition, we participate in NH Gives and United Way of Greater Nashua annual events such as Over the Edge. We also have an Annual Appeal and several other campaigns throughout the year. Keep an eye on our social media and website for updates and announcements throughout the year.
We are in year three of our four-year capital campaign. This is an excellent opportunity for donors to support our most critical needs. Having recently renovated the Infant Jesus School into a home for our Residential Program for 24 families, this campaign is crucial to our success.
Our volunteers all provide valuable services that impact the lives of the families we serve. These donations of time, talent and treasure mean the world to us, and we are incredibly grateful for their support. Examples of some available opportunities: spending time onsite evenings and weekends helping with general tasks to support our families, babysitting on Tuesday evenings, helping sort and organize our donations room, cooking evening weekday meals for our families and working at fundraising events. Individuals and groups (work colleagues, church groups, school groups) alike have found that volunteering makes a big impact in a little bit of time.
Board Officers / Board Members Randy Brown Chair Retired Mathmatica Corporation
Diane Bonfiglio Retired Ameriprise/RISE Private Wealth Management
Brian Crawford Vice Chair Retired KLA Corporation
Bob Freed President Tech Transport, Inc.
Cheryl Ruane Treasurer Raytheon Corporation Marleen Paquette Secretary Residential Mortgage Services/ Guild Rev. Dr. Andrew W. Armstrong Pastor First Church Nashua
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Bob Goldstein Retired Single Digits, Inc. Thaika Joseph Educator Kathleen Lambert Kathleen Lambert Realty Bob Mack Welfare Officer/Director Nashua James Murguia Solid State Scientific Corporation
Chuck Nuskey Servpro of Derry/Londonderry Kevin Rourke Deputy Chief of Police Nashua Marc Siragusa The Siragusa Group Scott Wellman Director Greater Nashua Mental Health Dr. Lisa Scheib Doctor of Internal Medicine Southern New Hampshire Medical Center Dusty Klauber Retired Hollingsworth and Vose Company
Gateways Community Services 2022 Goals:
Gateways Community Services believes that all people are of great value, and strives to be innovative when providing quality supports needed for individuals to lead meaningful lives in their community.
Top Funding Sources:
Gateways Community Services’ primary role is to support individuals with all types of disabilities and their families. Moving forward, Gateways is committed to addressing our goals effectively and efficiently. We engage in community partnerships to create a seamless treatment and support system. This also helps to coordinate the delivery of innovative services that enhance the integration of medical, behavioral and long-term support, resulting in better healthcare, improved outcomes and lower costs. Gateways believes in “nothing about us without us.” Through education and training we will reinvigorate the Greater Nashua education and advocacy network of family mentors for each town we serve to advocate regionally, statewide and federally. This will empower the individuals we support to exercise choice and voice. We continually fine-tune our essential services, offering a wider range of options while making them even more user friendly. Here at Gateways Community Services, we live our mission every day, truly believing that individuals of all abilities will live the life they choose.
Providing our clients with services that promote independence remains a top priority for Gateways. We will continue our fundraising efforts in 2022 with our annual Fall Fundraising Event as well as small donor-centric events.
Our funding sources include community, state and federal grants, private grants and individual donations.
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1981 EMPLOYEES: 557 ANNUAL REVENUE: $57,000,000
Amherst, Brookline, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Mason, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua and Wilton.
Donations provide us with essential support. Online donations can be made at gatewayscs.org/donate. Checks can be made payable to Gateways Community Services and mailed to 144 Canal Street, Nashua, NH 03064. Volunteers in our organization are an important piece of the woven fabric that makes Gateways Community Services a family. If interested in volunteering, please connect with the staff development coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you. Opportunities available: clerical and office support, special bulk mailings, completing consumer surveys, fundraising events, meal preparation and facilitating activities in the Adult Day Service Program, and maintenance projects. Volunteer eligibility requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older, complete and pass a criminal background check, and complete and pass a TB test.
Ruth Morrissette Development Director 144 Canal Street Nashua, NH 03064 603-459-2744 email@example.com www.gatewayscs.org
Board Officers / Board Members Mark Thornton Chair Joe Gamache Vice Chair Jim Moran Treasurer Helen Honorow Secretary Edgar R Carter Director
Bonnie Dunham Director Lucille Jordan Director Amy Wheeler Teas Director Jessica Wojcik Director Leah Brokhoff Director
Bob Corcoran Director Peggy Gilmour Director Jim McKenna Director Rich Pietravalle Director Sharron Rowlett-Moore Director
Lauren Primmer Director Lou Primmer Director Marc Sadowsky Director Lisa Scheib Director
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Girls at Work, Inc. 2022 Goals:
Our goal is to provide our empowering program to every girl in our community. We help underserved girls gain the skills and confidence they need to find and use their voices. Every day, we strive to create meaningful, lasting change in the lives of girls who have very few opportunities. We believe that building is the vehicle for helping girls learn to tap into their own power as strong and unstoppable individuals.
Fundraising Events: Mission Statement:
Girls at Work , Inc. empowers New Hampshire girls with the tools to overcome adversity and build confidence to face current and future life challenges. Our vision is a world where every girl feels confident and capable.
Top Funding Sources:
Girls at Work , Inc. relies on the generosity of foundation grants (50%), individual donations (25%), corporate sponsorships (10%), and programming fees and events (15%). YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2000 EMPLOYEES: 4 ANNUAL REVENUE: $370,000
Instead of spending valuable resources on events, we prefer to utilize our funds and gifts to support our girls with the supplies and staff necessary to maximize their empowering experience. However, we do host civic groups and corporations for facility and program tours with our founder, Elaine Hamel. We also host social events during the year to raise awareness and to support our mission.
Gifts at all levels are welcomed and put to use every day to run our programs and purchase lumber and supplies for the girls. Donors can make annual gifts, sponsor a program or sponsor a girl. For example, $1,000 will send three girls to our Build Me Up Summer Camp Program. A gift of $300 will sponsor a girl in our After School Program. Contact us at 603-416-0842 to discuss other giving opportunities, or make a gift online at https://girlswork.org/give.
We welcome volunteers to help with the preparation for our innovative after-school and summer programs. We need assistance in creating new programming, providing STEM activities and finding community resources for our girls in need. Volunteers can also help us with marketing and raising awareness of our mission. We require volunteers to be energetic and passionate about empowering girls.
Our main workshop is located at 200 Bedford Street in Manchester, but we travel throughout New Hampshire.
Sue Champagne Executive Director 200 Bedford St. Manchester, NH 03104 603-345-0392 firstname.lastname@example.org https://girlswork.org
Board Officers / Board Members Ken Hamel Board Co-Chair Senior Advisor Bridge Growth Partners Lauren Smith Board Co-Chair Chief of Staff Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig
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Faina Bukher Board Secretary Program Director of Changemaker Collaborative University of New Hampshire Don Bossi General Partner Technology Venture Partners
Kathryn Lafond Budget Analyst CDC Foundation
Christina Stahlkopf Head of Fashion Brands Hasbro
Hannah Robinson Community Impact Associate New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Dr. Shanita Williams Associate Vice President Talent Engagement & Inclusion Southern New Hampshire University
Girls Inc. of New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Girls Inc. of New Hampshire inspires all girls to be Strong (through healthy living), Smart (through education) and Bold (through independence), providing thousands of girls with lifechanging experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face.
Our goals are that girls learn to value their whole selves, discover and develop their inherent strengths, and receive the support they need to navigate the challenges they face. Girls Inc. girls live healthy and active lifestyles and are less likely to engage in risky behavior; they are eager to learn, successful in school and more likely to graduate from post-secondary education; and they display diligence, perseverance and resilience. For 2022, our goals are to reach more girls by expanding school-based programs across the state and to continue to provide quality after-school and summer programs, and free, nutritional meals in our Manchester and Nashua centers.
Our biggest fundraiser is our Girls Inc. Auction held every April. It begins online and then culminates in a Live Auction Gala. Our Golf Tournament in August raises money for our sports programming and scholarships along with our Strong Smart & Bold Raffle in November.
Top Funding Sources:
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1974 EMPLOYEES: 30 ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,900,000
Volunteer Opportunities and Donation of Services:
Individual donors, corporate partners, USDA federal funds, special events, foundation grants, state child care assistance, parent fees, United Way and Girls Inc. National Organization.
Girls Inc. is always accepting donations through our website, mail or telephone. Other giving opportunities include event sponsorships, item donations for our spring auction, planned giving or sponsoring a girl to attend our programs. We also have business partnership opportunities for programs in schools in your community. Support Volunteers: Have time during the week or a stray free hour now and then? Talk to us about available opportunities in our centers or with our events. BOLD Futures Mentoring: Become a mentor and build positive relationships with up to four girls.
We offer after-school and full-day summer programs at our two centers: 27 Burke Street in Nashua and 340 Varney Street in Manchester. We deliver school-based programs in schools across New Hampshire and Windsor County, VT, and Young Women’s Leadership programs each summer.
Sharron McCarthy, CEO Administrative Office 1711 South Willow St., Ste. 5 Manchester, NH 03103 603-606-1705 email@example.com www.girlsincnewhampshire.org
Board Officers / Board Members Eric Marquis Chair Thirdera
Amanda Bombara Secretary Southern NH University
Susan Walsh Vice Chair Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Kerry Baxter Carlisle Police Department
Richard Maloney Treasurer Maloney & Kennedy
Robyn Decker BAE Systems
Wilbur Glahn, Esq. McLane Middleton
Michelle Levasseur Comcast
Pamela Hawkes NH Community Loan Fund
Vincent Lewis Commonwealth Financial Group
Dallas Lagerquist Primary Bank
Samantha Provins BAE Systems
Bob Lerette New Hampshire Union Leader
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Goodwill Northern New England 2022 Goals:
Goodwill Northern New England’s vision is that everyone can achieve and maintain personal stability with the help of Goodwill’s holistic approach to services and employment. We have a goal of moving 10,000 people in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont into personal stability by 2027.
Goodwill Northern New England invests in people who need support to achieve their life and work goals.
Top Funding Sources:
Retail 46% Healthcare 17% Philanthropy & United Way 14% After-market 8% Grants 8% Workforce Services 3% Good Clean 2% Other 2%
Throughout the year, Goodwill NNE will host virtual events to help connect our communities, educate our clients and employers about our services, and offer a platform to discuss northern New England’s workforce and healthcare needs. Please keep an eye out for event details at www.goodwillnne.org.
Corporate partnerships: If you would like to reach Goodwill shoppers, donors, business partners and all of our online audiences, contact michelle.disotto@ goodwillnne.org to discuss how we could work together. Make a gift: Support our programs by making a gift, including gifts of stock or inquire about leaving a legacy gift, including bequests or appreciated assets. Find out more by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Round up when asked in our stores: When shopping, support our programs by saying ‘yes’ to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar!
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1933 EMPLOYEES: 1673 ANNUAL REVENUE: $85,030,165
Retail Stores: 131 Route 101A, Amherst, NH 95 Daniel Webster Hwy., Belmont, NH 204 Loudon Rd., Concord, NH 19c Manchester Rd., Derry, NH 1292 Hooksett Rd., Hooksett, NH 9 Wason Rd., Hudson, NH 165 John E. Devine Dr., Manchester, NH 720 Lafayette Rd., Portsmouth, NH 23 South Broadway, Salem, NH 21 Chevy Chase Rd., Seabrook, NH 450-462 High St., Somersworth, NH
If you or your company would like to volunteer in one of our programs, contact email@example.com and ask what opportunities we might have available.
Manchester Good Clean Property Services: 50 Bridge St., Suite 106, Manchester, NH Multiple AmeriCorps work sites in NH
Trendy Stanchfield Senior Vice President, Advancement 34 Hutcherson Drive Gorham, ME 04038 207-774-6323 firstname.lastname@example.org www.goodwillnne.org
At left, Pete Groth, Board Chair, and at right, Richard Cantz, President and CEO of Goodwill Northern New England.
Board Officers / Board Members Pete Groth Board Chair Community Volunteer Tiffany Breau-Metivier Vice Chair UNUM David Damour Treasurer Community Volunteer
John Valpey Secretary Bank of America Private Wealth Management Andy Mayo L.L. Bean, Inc. Yvonne Goldsberry Endowment for Health
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Mimi Simpson Dartmouth College Gary Vogel Drummond Woodsum Eric Stauffer Preti Flaherity Sarah Morton Saco School Department
Lynn Stanley National Association of Social Workers
Rob McGregor, Just Experience It Non-Profit Consulting
Robin Woodcock IDEXX
John Bunker Community Volunteer
Liza Casella Casella Waste Systems, Inc.
Kelli D’Amore Nathan Weschler
Great New Hampshire Restaurants’ Charitable Trust 2022 Goals:
The goal of FEEDNH.org for 2022 is to increase our impact on New Hampshire’s Families, Elderly, Education and Disadvantaged. Through heightened fundraising efforts and greater sponsor support, we can have a positive impact on our communities, supporting families in their time of need, and honoring and assisting our veterans. There are many deserving members within our communities, and we look forward to expanding our work and fundraising to reach even more individuals in the coming year.
The mission of FEEDNH.org, Great New Hampshire Restaurants’ Charitable Trust, is to strengthen New Hampshire communities through philanthropic collaboration, dedicated employee involvement, and volunteerism benefiting local families, elderly, education and the disadvantaged. FEEDNH.org: Enriching quality of life for us all.
• Annual FEEDNH.org Golf Tournament – held in August at Manchester Country Club to help meet the mission of FEEDNH.org. • March to 5K – held in March, $5,000 of proceeds go back to one lucky donor. • Round-Up for Charity – provides patrons of T-BONES, CJ’s, Cactus Jack’s and Copper Door the opportunity to round up the total of their check as a donation to FEEDNH.org. The funds raised through Round-Up for Charity are used to help FEEDNH.org meet our mission. • Wicked Scary Week – hosted by Copper Door each October, the event features a prix fixe lunch and dinner menu and the donation prize wheel to raise funds for FEEDNH.org.
Giving Opportunities: FEEDNH.org is always accepting donations through our website, FEEDNH.org/donate. We encourage the public to visit our website periodically and to “Like” us on Facebook to stay up to date with what’s happening.
Top Funding Sources: Public funding
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2014 EMPLOYEES: 1 ANNUAL REVENUE: $188,874
If you are interested in volunteering for FEEDNH.org, please contact our Ambassador of Philanthropy and Community Outreach, Tanya Randolph, at Tanya@FEEDNH.org. We are always looking for motivated and friendly individuals to help with event preparation and execution.
FEEDNH.org supports New Hampshire-based nonprofits throughout the state, primarily including the greater areas of Bedford, Manchester, Salem, Hudson, Derry, Laconia and Concord.
Tanya Randolph Ambassador of Philanthropy & Community Outreach 124 Bedford Center Road, Suite B Bedford, NH 03110 603-488-2833 Tanya@FEEDNH.org www.FEEDNH.org
Meal Programs for Seniors
Board Officers / Board Members Lisa Allen Board Chair Chief Administrative Officer Great NH Restaurants
Carolyn Leary Board Member Founder Carolyn Leary Events LLC
Tom Boucher Trustor & Board Member Owner & CEO Great NH Restaurants
Donna Guimond Board Member Mortgage Network Mortgage Processor
Lorrie Determann Board Member Owner & President LTD Company
Mark Fenske Vice Chair & Trustor Owner & CFO Great NH Restaurants
Nicole Barreira Treasurer & Board Member (non-voting) Corporate Chef Great NH Restaurants Raquel Wojceshonek Board Member (non-voting) Marketing Coordinator Great NH Restaurants
Tanya Randolph Board Member (non-voting) Ambassador of Philanthropy & Community Outreach Great NH Restaurants
Sean Lynch Board Member Vice President/ Financial Advisor RBC Wealth Management
Bill Jean Board Member Director of Business Development Fulcrum
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Home Healthcare, Hospice and Community Services 2022 Goals:
Following an October 2021 Strategic Planning session, we established goals for the next 24 months centered on continuing to innovate in all our programs. HCS is committed to investing in the new model of a continuum of care that integrates home health, palliative and hospice care. We also will continue to invest in and reenergize the Castle Center Adult Day program for those with memory impairment along with the new HCS Memory Care at home program, Meals on Wheels, Healthy Starts, transportation, wellness clinics and homemaking.
Celebrating 115 Years 1907-2022
The mission of Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services (HCS) is to provide services which enable people to function throughout life at their optimal level of health, well-being and independence, according to their personal beliefs and choices.
To be the leading regional provider for the continuum of care through home health, hospice, and community services. Center for Medicare Services, contracts, commercial insurance, contributions and fundraising, private pay, NH towns and City of Keene, Veterans Administration YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1907 EMPLOYEES: 203 ANNUAL REVENUE: $14,923,535
Sareen Sarna Director of Growth 312 Marlboro St. Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-2253 email@example.com www.hcsservices.org
Three service locations serving 52 towns in Southwestern New Hampshire
Our two main fundraising events had no damper due to Covid and were more successful than ever! We have over two decades of annual poinsettia sales under our belt, and the annual Butterfly Release event for Hospice is expanding to include a second event and venue in 2022. Preparation for the HCS 115-year celebration of the agency is underway, and we will debut a Living Legacy Tree in 2022 which will acknowledge our Circle of Hope planned giving donors. Circle of Hope Society plans includes lunches, receptions and an annual focused appeal. At the end of the year, our hospice families are invited to participate in establishing a memorial stone in the Butterfly Garden as well as purchase a leaf on The HCS Legacy Tree in our reception area. HCS also participates in the National Day of Giving and NH Gives. HCS has Platinum Guidestar status and welcomes general or targeted donations on many donation platforms including: the HCS website, Facebook, Givegab and Benevity. Consider sponsoring a Senior’s Meals on Wheels for a week ($25) or for a month ($100) of meals. HCS also encourages donations from spring and winter annual appeals, the HCS planned giving Circle of Hope annual focused appeal, and the Barbara Duckett Scholarship fund annual appeal for employee advanced degrees. Visit our website and give today! www.hcsservices.org/donate
Top Funding Sources:
There are many ways to volunteer at HCS! We gratefully accept volunteers for Meals on Wheels deliveries, hospice visitation at home and in facilities, bereavement support groups, Castle Center activities support and engagement, administrative functions, and during special events like the annual Butterfly Release and poinsettia sale.
Board Officers / Board Members Jane Larmon Chair Retired David Therrien Vice Chair Edward Jones Eric Horne Treasurer Horne & Benik Networks, LLC Julie Green Secretary Retired
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Michael Chelstowski Retired
Virginia Jordan Self-Employed Consultant
Mary Ann Davis Retired
Allen Mendelson Retired
Bonnie Fecowicz Commonwealth Medicine
Judy Sadoski Retired
Julie Greenwood Nathan Wechsler & Co.
David Stinson Retired Navy Chaplain
Ann Heffernon Self-Employed
Julie Tewksbury Retired
Lakes Region Mental Health Center, Inc. 2022 Goals:
Lakes Region Mental Health Center’s mission is to provide integrated mental and physical health care for people with mental illness while creating wellness and understanding in our community. Our vision is to be the community leader providing quality, accessible and integrated mental and physical health services, delivered with dedication and compassion.
Top Funding Sources:
Medicaid, Medicare and private health insurance; service contracts with local providers and schools; a combination of private, federal, state and local grants; fundraising events; private donations; and corporate sponsorships. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1966 EMPLOYEES: 216 ANNUAL REVENUE: $17,028,575
Lakes Region Mental Health Center has two locations that serve adults, elders, children and families: 40 Beacon St. East, Laconia, NH 03246 81 Highland St., Plymouth, NH 03264
Ann Nichols Director of Development & Public Relations 40 Beacon St. East Laconia, NH 03246 603-524-1100 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lrmhc.org
Lakes Region Mental Health Center (LRMHC), is a private, nonprofit organization serving Belknap and southern Grafton counties. LRMHC provides comprehensive, integrated behavioral health treatment for people living with, and recovering from, mental illness and/or emotional distress. Core programs include: evidence-based counseling and mental health services for children and adults, 24/7 psychiatric emergency services, addiction treatment and recovery, residential and employment programs for adults, neurocognitive services for older adults and community wellness education. LRMHC’s goals include developing a path for sustainability of our integrated care model, reduce barriers to access to care, expand our substance use disorder offerings and examine expanded models of care that meets the needs of our communities. We will continue our work to increase efficiencies and expand existing and create new partnerships when they further our mission and support our communities. In fiscal year 2021, our employees served nearly 4,000 children, adults, older adults and families within the 24 towns in our catchment area.
This year, LRMHC hosted our 10th Annual Mental Health Awareness Online Auction which is our signature event, serving as both a community awareness building and fundraising event. This event has, over the years, grown both in the number and diverse array of items that are donated as well as the number of participating local bidders and those located across the U.S.
Our donors, sponsors and funders are critical to our ability to provide charitable and subsidized mental health care to those in need and support our work to expand services and implement new programs that increase access to care for those in our community. There are many opportunities to support our mission: through our annual appeal, NH Gives campaign, event sponsorships, in-kind donations, memorial and honoree gifts, and giving through social media or through our website. Public support is attributable to municipal leadership’s recognition of the importance of mental health to a healthy community, intensive outreach efforts and ongoing community education by LRMHC staff and the board of directors, and increased exposure by the media to the many challenges facing New Hampshire’s community mental health system. All donors are personally acknowledged and listed in our Annual Report.
As a healthcare organization, the work that LRMHC performs is strictly covered by Federal HIPAA rules of confidentiality and for that reason, LRMHC does not use volunteers for clinical services. Volunteers are active at LRMHC as members of the board of directors and various committees, including a quality improvement committee responsible for regular reviews of services. In addition, the development and public relations office utilize volunteers to assist with community awareness events and for administrative tasks such as mailings, filing and support for fundraising projects.
Board Officers / Board Members Laura LeMien President, Laconia
Rev. Judith Wright Secretary, Laconia
Erin Crangle Holderness
Stephanie Ricker Barrington
Peter Minkow Vice President, Laconia
Edward McFarland Director Emeritus, Laconia
Samantha Kokua Laconia
Gloria Thorington Northwood
Marsha Bourdon Treasurer, Laconia
Susan Stearns Sanbornton
Deborah Pendergast New Hampton
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Meals on Wheels Hillsborough County 2022 Goals:
The mission of Meals on Wheels of Hillsborough County is to create connection and enrich the lives of older and homebound adults who live independently through nutrition, social engagement and community services.
Top Funding Sources:
Federal and State Funding Hillsborough County Mary Gale Foundation Boston Billiards Club Milford Hospital Association Meals on Wheels America United Way Pearl Manor Foundation Kaley Foundation YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1977 EMPLOYEES: 80 ANNUAL REVENUE: $4,378,234
Mission Advancement: Stakeholders understand the unique value and importance of our services. • Increase awareness of what we offer and its value, and how to join us. • Deliver frequent and consistent stewardship of supporters. Organizational Culture: Continue to develop a transparent and vibrant organizational culture from the top down. • Establish shared awareness and support of all organizational goals. • All staff, board and volunteers have clear pathways to engage and excel in their role. Programs: Our programs reflect the need in our community and meet the community demand in a sustainable way. • Drive innovative programming and manage growth through increased data analysis. • Enhance our ability to provide services by using technology and strengthening supply chains.
A Festival of Fives — Winterfest: An evening of wine tasting and jazz to benefit Meals on Wheels of Hillsborough County Saturday, February 5th, 6:30– 8:30 p.m. Labelle Winery, 345 Route 101, Amherst, NH Music by Cat and the Rhythm Boys Enjoy the sultry sound of Cat Faulkner and her trio as they engage you with Jazz and Americana! Silent Auction Wine Pull TICKETS: $75 per person www.hcmow.org/ purchase-tickets.
Become a corporate partner and help us change lives, one meal at a time. Our corporate partners sponsor events, donate a percentage of sales from designated products, include us in their advertising campaigns, add our logo to their products and help deliver Meals on Wheels. Visit our events page www.hcmow.org/news-andevents to find out how you can get involved or call us at 603-424-9967.
The Meetinghouse, Goffstown Elderly Housing at Greenville Falls, Greenville Smith Memorial Congregational Church, Hillsborough Carpenter Center, Manchester SHARE Outreach, Milford John O’Leary Adult Community Center, Merrimack Senior Activity Center, Nashua
We would not be able to do what we do without the outstanding service and commitment of our volunteers! Most volunteers offer their services on a weekly basis. The time period varies slightly from site to site, but Meals on Wheels drivers are needed between 10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Some routes take only about an hour and a half to deliver! If you are interested in learning more, please email email@example.com with the following information: • Full Name • Best phone number to reach you • Where you would like to volunteer in Hillsborough County • Day(s) that you are available (Monday – Friday)
Jon Eriquezzo President PO Box 910, 395 Daniel Webster Hwy. Merrimack, NH 03054 603-424-9967 www.hcmow.org firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Officers / Board Members Jim Scammon Chairman Granite Group Benefits
Carolyn Oguda Secretary Seres Therapeutics
Daniel Abbis D.O., Vice Chairman Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Christopher Conway CEJ Technologies
Peter Albert Treasurer Hills. County Sherriff Dept.
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Sharon Goldsmith Anthem, Inc.
Jordan Guagliumi Constant Frequency
Andrea O’Brien University of New Hampshire
Colleen Lyons Sheehan Phinney
Gilbert Oriol The Masiello Group
Kayla McDonald Access Pointe
Richard Plamondon St. Joseph Hospital
Allison Mensh Access Pointe
New Futures 2022 Goals:
Mission Statement: We are a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates, educates, and collaborates to improve the health and wellness of all New Hampshire residents.
Top Funding Sources:
NH Charitable Foundation Endowment for Health The Annie E. Casey Foundation YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1999 EMPLOYEES: 14 ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,792,063
To improve the health and well-being of the Granite State through policy and advocacy. We have a lot of work ahead of us to strengthen our public health system and ensure the health of all Granite Staters. In the upcoming 2022 legislative session, we need your help to advocate for: • Robust state and local public health infrastructure which provides essential COVID-19 response and immunization services to keep our communities safe and healthy • Access to healthcare and a strong healthcare workforce • Programs that prevent childhood trauma and help NH families thrive • Access to critical substance use prevention, treatment and recovery programs • Coordinated and timely behavioral health services for children, youth and their families
Service Locations: Concord
For advocacy trainings, panel discussions, art contests and more, visit https://new-futures.org/events.
Bobbie Burgess Communications Director 100 N. Main St., 4th Floor Concord, NH 03301 email@example.com http://www.new-futures.org
Giving Tuesday, End of Year Giving, NH Gives and year-round giving through https://new-futures.org/ donate.
Board Officers / Board Members Gary Lavoie Chair Founder and CEO TEMPUS Work Environment & Risk Solutions David Morgan Vice-Chair Executive Coach and Management Consultant David Morgan & Associates Kelsea Hale Treasurer Controller Concord Coach Lines
Jay Gupta Director of Pharmacy and Integrative Health Harbor Homes Walter D. Medley III Realtor Schelley Rondeau Pediatric Nurse Coordinator Central New Hampshire VNA and Hospice John Monaghan Director of Partnerships All Aces, Inc.
Kelly Untiet Secretary Community Engagement Manager Unite Us
Glenn Quinney Clinical Social Worker The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester
Eric Adams Police officer City of Laconia
Schonna Green Director of Homeless Initiatives The City of Manchester
Borja Alvarez de Toledo President and CEO Waypoint of New Hampshire
The Honorable Jacalyn Colburn Associate Justice NH Superior Court
Annette Escalante Sr. Vice President of Substance Abuse Services Farnum Center
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New Hampshire Humanities 2022 Goals:
New Hampshire Humanities strives to connect all people in New Hampshire with inspiring and challenging ideas of the human experience. We harness the power of the humanities by offering programs, grants, and opportunities to all people of New Hampshire, supporting lifelong learning, and fostering civic engagement and discourse.
Top Funding Sources:
In 2022, our mission of connecting people with inspiring and challenging ideas of the human experience will be realized as we expand programs and access for Granite Staters from all sectors, communities, walks of life, income levels and of all ages. Our programs will reflect the voices of those whose stories have not been accurately represented throughout history, and we’ll continue to expand our capacity to bring live and virtual programs such as our Humanities to Go speakers bureau, the Connections book discussion program, Community Project Grants, and Humanities@Work, to bring the humanities to life while making programs accessible for citizens in every corner of the state.
New Hampshire Humanities’ Annual Celebration, whether live or virtual, has been our sole fundraising event and allows New Hampshire Humanities to stay true to our mission of providing free and low-cost public humanities programs for people of all ages and from all walks of life, in every community across the state. By purchasing a ticket to or sponsoring the Annual Celebration, you’ll be directly supporting quality humanities and helping ensure they remain accessible to all.
Federal Grants: 52% Individuals: 12% Special Event: 5% Foundations: 6% Corporations: 1% Endowments: 24%
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1974 EMPLOYEES: 8 ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,300,000
Supporting the work of New Hampshire Humanities helps fund programs that explore what it means to be a Granite Stater, an American, a citizen of the world, a lifelong learner. Donations to the Annual Fund through a one-time gift or as a monthly sustaining donation funds programs for people of all ages and in every corner of the state. We offer a number of customizable sponsorship opportunities that offer outstanding exposure before 20,000 individuals. Naming New Hampshire Humanities as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, retirement fund or other estate plan ensures that excellence in the humanities continues long into the future.
Last year NHH made possible 496 free public programs reaching 54,951 residents in more than 92 communities, in partnership with 343 organizations. COVID-19 relief funds provided $525,000 in grants to humanities organizations throughout NH. Learn more at www.nhhumanities.org.
Michael Haley Goldman Executive Director 117 Pleasant St. Concord, NH 03301 603-224-4071, ext. 111 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nhhumanities.org
Volunteers are invited to participate in our live and virtual public programs around the state and spread the word by sharing photos and writing about our programs. New Hampshire Humanities relishes input from a wide range of supporters – tell us your “humanities story” or attend a program and write a short reflection we can publish on social media or in our publications.
Board Officers / Board Members Marcia J. Kelly Chair, Hanover
Rebecca Biron, Ph.D. Dartmouth College
Elizabeth Dubrulle NH Historical Society
Dr. Graziella Parati Dartmouth College
Kathy Eneguess Vice Chair Magalloway Consultants
Marcia Schmidt Blaine, Ph.D. Plymouth State University
Professor Tarek El-Ariss Dartmouth College
Linda Patchett, RN/MBA New Castle
Stephen D. Genest Treasurer, Freedom
Dr. Gary Bouchard Saint Anselm College
Dr. Christine Gustafson Saint Anselm College
Juliana Robinson Bank of America Private Bank
Erika Janik Secretary Concord
Zachary S. Camenker Concord Evan Czyzowski Contoocook
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Professor Thomas Kealy Colby-Sawyer College Monique Lowd Waterville Valley
Courtney Gray Tanner, JD/MSW Bedford
Dr. Stephen Trzaskoma University of New Hampshire Andrea Williamson Edward Jones Samuel H. Witherspoon Portsmouth Ken Burns Director Emeritus
New Hampshire Children’s Trust 2022 Goals:
New Hampshire Children’s Trust is leading the drive to ensure safe, stable and nurturing relationships and environments for children by educating, advocating and collaborating. We envision a New Hampshire where all children grow up free from abuse and neglect.
Top Funding Sources:
State and federal grants Foundation and private grants Individual contributions YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1986 EMPLOYEES: 12 ANNUAL REVENUE: $3,000,000
NH Children’s Trust provides comprehensive supports and technical assistance to Family Resource Centers in 25 locations throughout the Granite State.
Diane Hastings 10 Ferry St., Suite 307 Concord, NH 03301 603-224-1279 email@example.com www.nhchildrenstrust.org
NH Children’s Trust (NHCT) is New Hampshire’s statewide lead for the prevention of child abuse and neglect. NHCT works to strengthen families and communities across the Granite State, so all children thrive by: • Creating public awareness of New Hampshire’s network of Family Resource Centers and programs so Granite State families have access to support. • Expanding family support programs to meet the needs of NH children and families. • Providing training, technical assistance and professional development opportunities to family-strengthening agencies who work directly with thousands of families throughout NH. • Creating the Kinship Navigation program within NH Family Resource Centers to connect grandparents and relative caregivers to services and supports specific to their family’s needs. • Creating, maintaining and expanding a centralized data system to measure the impact of NH Family Resource Centers and advocate for the needs of NH families.
Throughout the year, NHCT hosts four events whose proceeds support access to family resources across the state. There are volunteer and sponsorship opportunities available for: • Unsung Hero Awards (February) — 20 parents, caregivers or guardians who have taken meaningful steps to improve the life of their family or the lives of those around them. • Child Abuse Prevention Month (April) — month-long celebration of the importance of families and communities working together to build safe, stable and nurturing environments, preventing child abuse and neglect. • Strengthening Families Summit (September) — annual day-long conference convening parents, caregivers and professionals from across the region to showcase community impact and family resilience. • Ride for Resilience (October) — bicycle ride across NH raising awareness of the statewide resources available to all NH families. For more information, please visit: www.nhchildrenstrust.org/get-involved
NHCT always accepts individual and corporate donations through our easy online platform. Other giving opportunities also include: gifts of stock, planned giving, event sponsorships, matching gifts, and honor or memorial gifts. By giving to NHCT you are providing support for the programs, awareness, trainings and statewide data system that strengthens resources for Granite State families. As these challenging times continue for many families, your donation will make a statewide collective impact to strengthen families and communities throughout NH. For more information, visit us at www.nhchildrenstrust.org/donate.
Join us at one of our events, in person or digitally, to raise funds, reach out to our supporters and lend a hand. Other volunteer opportunities include mailings and sorting and delivering supports to family strengthening agencies. NHCT also provides internship opportunities throughout the year. For more information, email us at info@ nhchildrenstrust.org.
Board Officers / Board Members Jenn Cronin Board Chair Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Sarah Fox, JD Secretary NH Alliance for Regional Early Childhood Coalitions
Mark Knights, Esq. Vice Chair Nixon Peabody
Janice Fitzpatrick Treasurer NEA-New Hampshire
Brian Beals, MD Coos County Family Health Services Natalia Beaulieu, JD Bank of New Hampshire
Sooze Hodgson, MD Retired Pediatrician
Adam Memmolo Grappone Automotive Group
Mary Jane Keane Volunteer
Joe Mendola The Norwood Group, Inc.
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NH JAG 2022 Goals:
NH JAG is committed to supporting youth through career skills training, quality job placement, access to higher education and preparation for today’s workplace, and goals in 2022 include expanding programming to do so. When COVID-19 hit, NH JAG’s goals didn’t change, but instead broadened to hit where the need was addressing healthcare staffing shortages. NH JAG is looking to replicate the success it has had in the Concord healthcare program in Berlin, Keene and Laconia. The organization will continue to work hard to keep youth engaged and on a career pathway, cultivating youth success through collaborative approaches.
Cultivating youth success through academic, leadership and workforce opportunities in collaboration with business and community partnerships.
Top Funding Sources:
Primary funding comes from state and federal grants and school district contributions. Additional funding comes from generous foundations and businesses that support our programs and individual giving. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2000 EMPLOYEES: 12 ANNUAL REVENUE: $845,326
NH JAG is a statewide nonprofit organization serving students throughout the state. Headquartered in Concord, we partner with Berlin, Kennett, Manchester Memorial, MST, Raymond and Woodsville high schools. NH JAG also operates LNA training programs serving students from the Berlin, Concord, Keene and Laconia areas.
NH JAG believes that leadership is more than words. It’s action, and it’s important to recognize. That’s why NH JAG hosts an Annual Leadership Awards Breakfast to thank and honor statewide leaders empowering today’s youth, and in doing so, impacting the future. This event celebrates and honors key individuals and organizations that help make NH JAG, and more importantly its students, successful. NH JAG participates in NH Gives, an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits that raises money and awareness for New Hampshire’s nonprofits through an online giving event in June. NH JAG also participates in Giving Tuesday.
There are many ways to help support the vision of NH JAG to ensure New Hampshire’s youth are empowered to achieve their full potential. Donations can be made via mail, phone or online at www.NH-JAG.org. Opportunities also exist for corporate sponsorships, matching gifts and event sponsorships. One can also support the future of young adults through stock transfers or by including NH JAG in your estate planning. AmazonSmile shoppers can support NH JAG as well! Shop online at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to NH JAG.
Community and business leaders can offer their expertise or resources to support the NH JAG program in their area. Share your industry knowledge by volunteering as a guest speaker in a NH JAG classroom or provide learning opportunities to JAG students through company tours or job shadows. Community partners can also make an impact by partnering with a NH JAG program on a local community service project. Other ways you would like to volunteer? We’re all ears.
Janet Arnett Executive Director 1 Horsehoe Pond Ln., Suite 2 Concord, NH 03301 603-647-2300 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nh-jag.org
Board Officers / Board Members David Plante Treasurer Penchansky & Co. Raquel Gelinas Secretary Northeast Delta Dental
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Ryan Clark AT&T Services Inc
Stephanie Dubois Anthem, Inc
Joshua Reap Associated Builders & Contractors
Christina Cuzzi Fidelity Investments
Marc Geaumont Eversource
Suzanne Riel Hannaford
Elena Preston NHHEAF
NH Jump$tart! 2022 Goals:
Our specific goals in the post-pandemic environment, as we enter our second decade of service, will be to continue our popular programs and activities: FinLit300, a high school tournament focusing on financial literacy; the I Can Save! Tour of second grade classroom presentations, emphasizing the difference between needs vs. wants; our annual teacher training workshop known as Classroom Connections; and our annual charity golf tournament. Additionally, we are refocusing our outreach and advocacy efforts with the increased use of social media and other promotional opportunities.
Fundraising Events: Mission Statement:
The mission of the NH Jump$tart Coalition is to improve the financial literacy of pre-kindergarten through college-age youth by providing advocacy, research, activities, standards and educational resources. We have a unique proposition because we are a coalition of organizations and individuals, which share a commitment to the financial education of children.
Top Funding Sources: Grants, corporate and individual donations
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2000 EMPLOYEES: 0 (40 volunteers) ANNUAL REVENUE: $65,000
Service Locations: Statewide
Kids & Money: At the beginning of each year, we conduct our “Kids & Money” campaign where organizations and individuals can make a tax-deductible donation with a credit or debit card online through our website. Annual Golf Tournament: Held each August, this annual fundraiser provides necessary support for the upcoming academic year.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support NH Jump$tart every time you shop! When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to us!
NH Jump$tart has formed the following volunteer opportunities through its committees: Education Committee provides teacher training, coordinates the FinLit300 program and conducts the annual statewide teacher training conference. Early Awareness Committee identifies methods and events for young children to introduce to them the importance of learning a savings habit at an early age. Policy and Advocacy Committee conducts outreach to the educational, legislative and civic communities by informing them of the Coalition’s activities and programs. Public Affairs Committee provides marketing and promotional support to all coalition committees. Golf Tournament Committee responsible for the coordination of this annual fundraising event.
Dan Hebert State President 51 Jefferson Dr. Hillsborough, NH 03244 603-731-1812 https://nhjumpstart.org
Board Officers / Board Members Bruce Leighton Board Chair President and CEO Members First Credit Union Theresa Huntley Vice Chair Vice President/Financial Consultant RBC Wealth Management Daniel Hebert State President Financial Education Consultant
Tom Lavery Vice President Paul Pouliot & Associates Jeff Trudel Treasurer Senior Loan Officer Premier Mortgage Lending Krista Scarlett Secretary Business Education Teacher Goffstown High School
Tori Berube Community Engagement Consultant Kim Carter Vice President, Loan Servicing NH Mutual Bancorp Ryan Callaghan Chief Investment Officer The Harbor Group
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One Sky Community Services 2022 Goals:
• Continue to ensure that our clients get the best supports and services we can provide. • Supportive housing is a critical issue for our organization right now — we are actively working on finding solutions. • Better integration into the communities we serve to increase financial support and a better understanding of what we do.
Our mission is to assist individuals and families with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders to live as valued participating members in their communities.
Top Funding Sources:
Our organization is largely funded by State and Federal funding allocated to us through the New Hampshire State Department of Health and Human Services and used directly to provide services and supports for the clients that we serve. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1983 EMPLOYEES: 200 ANNUAL REVENUE: $40,000,000
We work with 24 communities in Rockingham County: Brentwood, Epping, Raymond, Northwood, Exeter, Hampton, North Hampton, South Hampton, Rye, Seabrook, Hampton Falls, E. Kingston, Kingston, Portsmouth, Newington, New Castle, Greenland, Newmarket, Fremont, Deerfield, Nottingham, Kensington, Newfields and Stratham.
You can help support One Sky’s individuals and families by: • Make a much-needed donation to the One Sky Readiness Fund online through our website oneskyservices.org. • Donate a house that we can use for supportive affordable housing for those in need.
We need everyday heroes to be there for heating bills, car repairs, dental bills, and many other expenses the individuals and families we support encounter in their everyday lives. Unexpected or neglected expenses can put individuals and families at unnecessary risk and delay preventative care that is needed to avoid critical care later. Donations made to the Readiness Fund are specifically used to meet those needs. No amount is too small to help someone better their life. All monies raised through special events, appeals, individual and corporate donors, and foundations benefit the people we serve directly. Go to www.oneskyservices.org to donate now.
One Sky Community Services always welcomes community members to help out at One Sky. Consider donating your time and talents — please reach out to us through our website or call our offices at 603-436-6111.
Support a Life-Changing Moment
Billie Tooley Director of Outreach and Development 755 Banfield Rd. Portsmouth, NH 03801 603-436-6111 email@example.com www.oneskyservices.org
Board Officers / Board Members Nancy Clayburgh
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Michelle Schladenhauffen Heather Heigis
Palace Theatre Trust 2022 Goals:
To continue fulfilling its mission through enriching the region’s cultural life and serving as a community resource through its stewardship of the historic Palace Theatre and affiliate facilities: the historic Palace Theatre, the Rex Theatre, Forever Emma Studios and the Spotlight Room. Another goal is to firmly commit to strengthening access to theatre for youth in the Manchester area and beyond.
The Palace Theatre Trust enriches the region’s cultural life and serves as a community resource through its stewardship of the historic Palace Theatre and affiliate facilities. The Palace Theatre Trust fulfills its mission by responding creatively to the cultural and entertainment needs of the community, providing educational opportunities for performers and audiences of all ages, and operating in a fiscally responsible manner.
Top Funding Sources:
Ticket sales from all performances Corporate sponsorships of performances Grants Donations YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1914 EMPLOYEES: 50+ depending on performances ANNUAL REVENUE: $978,407
Palace Youth Theatre Campaign: fundraising effort that will provide youth scholarships, Forever Emma building improvements and provide arts education opportunities to future generations. Forever Emma Annual Golf Tournament: in memory of one our most memorable young performers, Emma Bechert. Money raised through this event allows the theatre to provide college scholarships to our graduating youth theatre students. Theatre Seat Naming: name a seat in the theatre in your or someone else’s name. Sponsorship Opportunities: professional series performances, tribute shows and all other Palace, Rex, Youth and Spotlight performances offer sponsorships and help keep these venues operating.
Palace Theatre Trust Annual Fund: annual fund asking for financial support in any amount to maintain top quality performances; Marquee Club Memberships: various membership levels offer exclusive benefits to members while enjoying Palace Theatre performances; Night of 1000 Stars: a special night of youth theatre performances accompanied by an auction to raise money for the largest and fastest-growing youth theatre program in the state.
Usher volunteers: the theatres maintain a core of 250+ volunteer ushers to greet and seat all patrons coming to a performance. Internships: we offer internships in various departments of the theatre. They include marketing, artistic, technical, youth theatre and development.
Service Locations: (Manchester) Palace Theatre, 80 Hanover St. Rex Theatre, 23 Amherst St. Forever Emma Studios, 516 Pine St. Spotlight Room, 96 Hanover St. Contact:
Peter Ramsey CEO/President 80 Hanover St. Manchester, NH 03101 603-668-5588 firstname.lastname@example.org www.palacetheatre.org
Board Officers / Board Members Jennifer Parent Chair McLane Middleton Professional Assoc. J. Michael Perrella, Sr. Vice Chair Bellwether Community Credit Union Mark LaPrade Treasurer BerryDunn Doug Blais, Ph.D. Secretary SNHU
Robert Baines Former Mayor of Manchester
Walter Gallo St. Anselm College - Retired
Roland A. Martin IICornerstone PDC, LLC
Mike Reed Stebbins Commercial Properties
Joe Carelli Citizens Bank
Donna Gamache Eversource Energy
Sharron McCarthy Girls Inc.
Ron Covey, Jr. St. Mary’s Bank
Joe Graham iHeart Media Group
Jason McKinney John Hancock Investments
Michael Skelton Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Sarah B. Demers Merrill Lynch - Retired
Beth Houlis The RiverStone Group
Katie McQuaid Cote Primary Bank
Sylvio L. Dupuis. O.D. MCPHS University
Michael L’Ecuyer Bellwether Community Credit Union – Retired
Dr. Holly Mintz Elliot Hospital
Atty. David Eby Devine Millimet
Camille Madden HarborOne Mortgage
Emeritus: Howard Brodsky CCA Global Partners Judith Jolton Eti-Kid
Lucia A. Merritt
Atty. Maria Law Rath Young Pignatelli
Peter Ramsey Palace Theatre
William E. Stevens Harvey Construction Corp.
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Seacoast Science Center 2022 Goals:
Seacoast Science Center’s mission is to spark curiosity, enhance understanding and inspire conservation of our Blue Planet.
Seacoast Science Center strives to be part of the education solution. We believe that science-based education holds the key to inspiring conservation and bringing restorative, positive change to our environment.The Seacoast Science Center brand of science education is interactive, personal and fun. In 2022, we will continue to advance these strategic priorities: elevating our visitors’ experience by providing rich engagement opportunities that increase understanding of the natural world and our influence on it; ensuring our museum and programs are accessible and welcoming to all; providing camp scholarships to children in need, including transportation and meals; and advancing our Marine Mammal wildlife conservation and education work.
Top Funding Sources:
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1992 EMPLOYEES: 20 year-round, 55 seasonal ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,700,000
High-profile fundraising and community events are held throughout the year. Our 2022 calendar includes the Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals 5K trail run in Odiorne Point State Park; World Ocean Day Celebration; Music by the Sea Summer Concert Series; our 30th birthday celebration special event; and BioBlitz, a dawnto-dusk science-based “scavenger hunt” within Odiorne Point State Park. These ticketed, signature events provide corporate partnership opportunities as well as individual major giving opportunities.
Museum Operations: 44% Grants & Educational Programs: 30% Fundraising & Events: 26%
Seacoast Science Center cultivates financial partnerships and in-kind volunteer opportunities related to its programs, exhibits and events. These partnerships help us broaden our reach and support our core programs while providing brand exposure for corporate partners who demonstrate their commitment to conservation education. Individual gifts in support of our annual fund through our giving societies provide ongoing, critical funding. Planned gifts, major gifts and memorial gift programs are also available.
Seacoast New Hampshire & Statewide
Natalee Martin Chief Advancement Officer 570 Ocean Blvd. Rye, NH 03870 603-436-8043 email@example.com https://seacoastsciencecenter.org
Seacoast Science Center was built on a strong foundation of volunteerism, and the tradition continues. As teachers and ambassadors, volunteers play an essential role in advancing the Center’s mission to inspire conservation of our Blue Planet. Volunteers deliver educational programs, serve as exhibit interpreters, help plan and facilitate community events, work on special projects, assist administrative staff and more. Approximately 750 volunteers donate over 17,000 hours of service each year, for a total value over $430,000.
Board Officers / Board Members Nancy Targett Chair
Katharine Brown Secretary
Richard Dumore Eversource
Greg Lynch Vice Chair
Trevor Arp Comcast
Linda Sanborn Treasurer
Renee Chiou Rye Family Dental
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Bruce Freeman Jim Glynn Physical Sciences, Inc.
Jeanne Hayes Ricci Lumber Susan Labrie Atlantic Grill & Jimmy’s on Congress Greg Lynch
Eric Maher Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC Matt Siler
SEE Science Center 2022 Goals:
To engage our community in the joyful, active exploration of science and innovation.
Top Funding Sources:
In-kind donations: $482,499 Contributions & Grants: $92,198 Admission & Service Fees: $80,351 Membership: $21,565 Museum Store: $10,067 Fundraising Net: $131,997 CARES Act: $278,00 (One-time govt. funds) PPP Loan: $89,600 (One-time govt. funds, forgiven) (Approximate values provided for 2020) YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1986 EMPLOYEES: 7 full time, 4 part time ANNUAL REVENUE: $1,187,711 (including in-kind gifts)
The SEE Science Center welcomes visitors from across the United States and several foreign countries. SEE’s field trip and outreach programs serve students in southern and central New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts. SEE’s virtual programs are not limited by geography.
For the 2021-2022 school year, SEE plans to continue to be an asset for regional teachers and students with more than a dozen different STEM learning opportunities for the K-8 audience both in-person, at SEE and through outreach and virtually. This school year SEE is offering a new program for middle school students in partnership with ARMI (the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute). SEE’s exhibit work will focus on NH STEM careers and prototyping hands-on components for SEE’s iconic LEGO® Millyard project. Families can continue to enjoy the Science Center six days a week, and on additional days during school breaks and on some holidays. SEE offers programs for summer campers and toddlers.
SEE hosts three major fundraising events annually: The Champagne Putt is a minigolf tournament held at SEE during the winter months, a traditional Spring Classic golf tournament is held in June and SEE Celebrates, A Night of Discovery and Giving, is an invitation-only gala hosted by SEE founder, Dean Kamen. SEE also plans to build on the success of 2021’s Kickoff to Summer event for families with a week of themed activities at the Science Center. Sponsorship is available at various levels for all events.
SEE welcomes support from individuals and businesses in the community and contributions may be made on the SEE website, via traditional mail or by phone. SEE accepts unrestricted donations; exhibit sponsorships; Inclusion Initiative contributions (benefitting marginalized communities); and major, planned or in-kind gifts. Individuals donating $1,000 or more annually are recognized as Satellite Donors with special events and recognition.
There are many ways to help SEE continue to serve the community. Volunteer positions and opportunities are listed on the SEE website and can be discussed by calling SEE.
Peter Gustafson Deputy Director 200 Bedford St. Manchester, NH 03101 603-669-0400 firstname.lastname@example.org https://see-sciencecenter.org
Board Officers / Board Members Jeff Benson Chair Bellwether Community Credit Union
Roy Tilsley, Esq. Secretary Bernstein Shur
Jo Hendry Vice Chair Retired Science Educator, Bedford
Andrea Campbell, M.Ed. Southern NH University
Brendan Duffy Treasurer DEKA Research and Development
Julie Kfoury Retired, Central Paper Products
Kimberly Licciardi, MD NH Eye Associates
Nick Soggu SilverTech, Inc.
Victoria Marchand Blackbaud
Bob Tuttle Technology Center
Jeff Moynihan Clark Insurance
Val Zanchuk Graphicast, Inc.
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Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services 2022 Goals:
For 2022, SENHS will endeavor to return the number and scope of programs and offerings to pre-COVID levels in order to provide services to the maximum number of substance use disorder clients. SENHS is expanding partnerships and collaborations with local community health agencies in order to continue to raise awareness of substance misuse treatment options in the Seacoast area. Plans to increasing our staffing will allow us to continue to deliver expert, evidence-based treatment and provide clients with the tools to establish a foundation in recovery.
Southeastern New Hampshire Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services provides expert addiction treatment to help and support individuals and families who are in need of substance use disorder services.
Top Funding Sources:
Public and private insurances and government contracts. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1979 EMPLOYEES: 30 ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,320,000
Serving the population of New Hampshire.
Denise Elwart Executive Director 272 County Farm Rd. 603-516-8160 email@example.com https://senhs.org
Breakfast with the Board — individualized tours of the facilities; Southeastern Alumni Speakers — hear about the real change our organization effects in the lives of those we serve; and our new bowling fundraiser event in 2022.
There are many opportunities to support SENNHS: annual fund — show support by making a year-end gift via mail, online, in person or phone with the option of establishing a recurring donation; memorial giving — remember a loved one; sponsorships — support one of our fundraising events through corporate sponsorship; endowments — provide ongoing financial stability through special gifts; events — participate in fundraising events or hold your own fundraising event; major gifts — support the critical work we do in promoting real recovery in the Granite State with a gift of $10,000+; in-kind donations — make a gift of goods and services to aid our programs; and planned gifts — leave a legacy to SENHS through your estate plans.
AA commitments — volunteer your time to speak to residential clients at a weekly meeting; life skills class teachers/adult education — help facilitate client reintegration into communities by sharing your knowledge; and recovery coaching — take a mentor or sponsorship role for clients in early sobriety.
Board Officers / Board Members Mark Kennard Chairperson Lawrence Kane, MD Vice Chair
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Sr. Helene Higgins, CSJ Secretary
Christi Green, RN/MS/PH
Christopher G. Roundy, Esq.
Alec L. McEchern, Esq.
Southern NH Health (Legacy Trust) 2022 Goals:
Southern New Hampshire Health is dedicated to providing exceptional care that improves the health and well-being of individuals and the communities we serve. We believe that people must be able to access outstanding healthcare regardless of where they live or their socioeconomic status. Legacy Trust will launch in 2022 and will be the dedicated philanthropic program supporting Southern NH Health. Until our 2022 launch, donations can be made directly to Southern NH Health.
As we establish Legacy Trust, we have not yet planned special events. Our focus will be to create opportunity for individuals and corporations to learn about the care we provide at Southern NH Health, get to know Legacy Trust and how they can support our mission.
Southern NH Health is always accepting donations through our website, mail or telephone. Other giving opportunities include grateful patient programs, memorial/honor donations, sponsorships, in-kind donations and planned giving to support our mission.
Top Funding Sources: Corporations – 41% Foundations – 24% Individuals – 35%
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2022 EMPLOYEES: 1 ANNUAL REVENUE: $220,176
As we establish Legacy Trust, the philanthropic arm of Southern NH Health, we are committed to building a circle of friends whose support will identify and meet the emerging healthcare needs of Southern NH Health and the greater Nashua community.
Southern NH Health includes Southern NH Medical Center, the 188-bed city hospital in the heart of downtown Nashua, where more than 100,000 people seek our help each year. We also serve thousands of patients in more than 70 practices across the greater Nashua region through our multi-specialty provider group and four immediate care centers.
Volunteers are an integral part of our team. They dedicate countless hours of their time and skills annually to our patients, staff and visitors alike and make a meaningful difference each day. We welcome volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. We will work directly with you to ensure you are having a rewarding experience that accommodates your interests, skills and schedule. Information is available at www.snhhealth.org/support-snhh/volunteer.
Paula Taylor Director of Philanthropy 21 E. Hollis Street Nashua, NH 03060 603-281-9854 firstname.lastname@example.org www.snhhealth.org
Board Officers / Board Members Albee Budnitz, MD Chair
Francis Bell, RN SNHH Auxiliary
Kristin Hardwick CoHo Founder
Randy Smith American Environmental
Paul Trainor Southern NH Health Treasurer
Elizabeth Brooks All State Insurance
Jocelyn Lencki St. Mary’s Bank
Heather Sweeney, RN, BSN, RACR Mindfulness Coach, Inspirational Speaker & Storyteller
Tom Wilhelmsen President, Southern NH Health Secretary
Colin McHugh SolutionHealth
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Strawbery Banke Museum 2022 Goals:
Strawbery Banke Museum relies on approximately 33% of its operating revenue from philanthropy, so this year’s goal is to raise $600,000 in budget relieving charitable giving.
Strawbery Banke Museum hosts numerous events each year focused on raising funds and awareness. These events include: Candlelight Stroll, Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke, Vintage & Vine — fine wine and food festival, and Ghosts on the Banke, the family-friendly Halloween event. Additionally in the winter months, Strawbery Banke offers outdoor ice skating at Labrie Family Skate at Puddle Dock Pond.
To promote understanding of the lives of individuals and the value of community through encounters with the history and ongoing preservation of a New England waterfront neighborhood.
Top Funding Sources:
Strawbery Banke Museum receives funding from individuals, corporations, state, federal and private foundations. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1958 EMPLOYEES: 32 ANNUAL REVENUE: $2,653,900
Service Locations: Portsmouth, NH
Joseph April Director of Development PO Box 300 Portsmouth, NH 03802 603-422-7551 email@example.com https://StrawberyBanke.org
The Strawbery Banke Fund is the Museum’s annual giving fund and is the largest direct source of unrestricted philanthropy to Strawbery Banke. The Museum’s membership program offers a myriad of benefits to members, including free and discounted tickets to museum events. Corporate sponsorship of specific events and activities are also available, offering unique causerelated marketing opportunities to businesses and industries.
Volunteers are crucial to the success of Strawbery Banke Museum. Through the efforts of our extraordinary volunteers, Strawbery Banke is able to provide quality programs and events that benefit thousands of visitors each year. The volunteers of Strawbery Banke Museum give their time and talents to support the following activities: • Archaeology • Development • Education • Facilities • Horticulture
Board Officers / Board Members Cynthia Fenneman Board Chair American Public Television Matthew McFarland Vice Chair RM Davis
Katherine Williams Kane Treasurer Jeffrey Gilbert Secretary Allison Potter Anne Weidman
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Ben St. Jean Christopher Erikson Cynthia Fenneman Gibson Kennedy Jeffrey D. Gilbert JerriAnne Boggis Joanna Kelley
Katherine Williams Kane Lorne Jones Marcia Cronin Martha Fuller Clark Matt McFarland Patricia Ostrander Robyn Aldo
Scott Pueschel Susan Labrie Tim Dempsey Tom Hand Zach Slater David McGrath
Symphony New Hampshire 2022 Goals:
Symphony New Hampshire strives to be a destination for patrons, musicians and collaborators. For patrons: provide a welcoming and engaging atmosphere for in-person and virtual concerts, opportunities to explore a wide variety of orchestral music including large-scale works, chamber music, contemporary music, pops and holiday. Regularly connect with patrons through town halls, surveys and social media to encourage, support and understand their participation with their orchestra. For musicians: provide an artistic culture that promotes excellence and inclusivity, perform a wide variety of works from the orchestral repertory, promote and celebrate musicians through performances and social media platforms. For collaborators: provide opportunities for artistic exploration with other regional arts organizations, celebrate the artistic diversity of our region through collaboration, explore artistic-based new partnerships with non-artistic organizations.
Symphony New Hampshire is dedicated to making great music accessible and providing learning opportunities to enrich diverse audiences.
Top Funding Sources:
New Hampshire State Council on the Arts New Hampshire Charitable Foundation Nashua Arts Commission RBC Wealth Management NE Delta Denta Audi/Porsche of Stratham
Symphony NH has two fundraising events planned for the 2021-22 season: the Maestro Dinner and a season-end celebration. Each event has an opportunity to support the orchestra through Fund-a-Need and raffles.
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1923 EMPLOYEES: 4 ANNUAL REVENUE: $686,800
Symphony NH accepts donations for our annual fund throughout the year.
Symphony NH utilizes volunteer ushers at all of our concerts at the Keefe Center for the Arts. The Friends of Symphony NH is a fundraising arm of the organization that supports the orchestra through special events including a holiday home tour and garden tours.
Southern New Hampshire – Nashua, Manchester and Concord as well as other communities throughout the state and northern Massachusetts.
Deanna Hoying Interim Executive Director 6 Church St. Nashua, NH 03060 603-595-9156 firstname.lastname@example.org www.symphonynh.org
Board Officers / Board Members Dr. Robert “Bob” Oot President Radiologist, SNH Medical Center, Retired
Joe Kenny, Esq Treasurer Partner, Hamblett & Kerrigan
Harold “Hal” Clark Vice President International Marketing, Retired
David Bahi IT Consultant
Mary Jordan Secretary Educator & Nonprofit Executive, Retired
Pamela Baker NH Lodging and Restaurant Association Geraldine Boisvert Splash! By Masi, Retired
Ann Conway LICSW, Divorce Coach
Dr. Donald McDonah St. Joseph Hospital
Marcia Donaldson Corporate Marketing, Retired
John Rein Owner, Audio Video Therapy
Marshall Jespersen Owner, International Cars Ltd. Shoshanna Kelly Creative Director, Kelly Creative Advertising, LLC
Dr. Ashwini Saxena Catholic Medical Center Galina Szakacs Pfizer, Retired; Leadership Coach, Nashua Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Amir Toosi, DMA Dean, Division of Business, Rivier University Wilberto Torres Executive Director Belltower Home Health Care Dr. Drew Wilson, DMD Family Dental Care of Milford
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The Granite YMCA 2022 Goals:
The Granite YMCA creates a community where all are welcome and builds a healthy spirit, mind and body based on the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1854 EMPLOYEES: 450 ANNUAL REVENUE: $13,806,262
YMCA Allard Center of Goffstown, YMCA of Downtown Manchester, YMCA of Concord,YMCA of Greater Londonderry,YMCA of the Seacoast, YMCA of Strafford County,YMCA Camp Foss for Girls and YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na for Boys.
JR Ristaino VP of Financial Development 117 Market St. Manchester, NH 03101 603-782-2805 email@example.com www.graniteymca.org
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Areas of Impact: • More than 220,000 meals served to the Greater Manchester Community through partnership created with Manchester School District, Granite United Way, Southern New Hampshire University and generous organization and individual donors. • 27 child care sites operating which provided a safe place for children that emphasized award-winning character development curriculum, healthy living, academic performance and our core values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and courage. • Partnered with 16 school districts across NH and provided flexible and innovative approaches which met the schools, students and parents where they were. • More than 5,000 members in our communities were provided financial assistance to participate in programs and services. • 325,628 people were reached through our Facebook pages in FY21. • Virtual wellness classes were provided free of charge throughout the COVID-19 pandemic • PASTA Programs were expanded into Manchester and Goffstown in addition to Greater Londonderry to support grandparents who find themselves raising their grandchildren.
The Granite YMCA is better, stronger and kinder together because of our generous donors. Each year, through our Annual Campaign, donor gifts provide financial assistance to ensure that all YMCA programs can continue to serve those in our communities who need them the most. These programs and services include educational programs, child care, summer overnight and summer day camps, swim lessons, sports instructions, grandparents support, diabetes prevention, health and nutrition information and much more.
Giving Opportunities: The Granite YMCA 2022 Annual Giving Campaign runs Nov. 1, 2021, through
April 30, 2022. The 2022 campaign theme is: Better, Stronger, Kinder, Together. This theme was chosen to celebrate the spirit of joining as a community to help address needs in all cities and towns served by The Granite YMCA. The Granite YMCA Legacy Society was created to provide those who believe the work of the YMCA the opportunity to bequeath a gift to the branch and/or camp they believe in and support. Interested donors should contact JR Ristaino at (603) 782-2805 or access the donation link at www.graniteymca.org/support.
Worker Bee Fund 2022 Goals:
Create six to ten new projects that involve improving the homes of Disabled American Service Veterans; deliver memorable volunteer opportunities; grow our community of contractors, donors, volunteers and recipients; and raise funds that support the growth of our mission and our organization.
We set the tone for delivering critical home-remodeling projects for Disabled American Service Veterans. Our projects are arranged to be inclusive experiences for anyone who wants to be a part of our exciting and dynamic community of volunteers.
Top Funding Sources:
Individual donations and partnerships with businesses to create team-building experiences. YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2018 EMPLOYEES: 1 ANNUAL REVENUE: $80,000
Brian Hansen Founder 67B North Mast St. Goffstown, NH 03045 603-540-0840 firstname.lastname@example.org www.workerbeefund.org
We hold two to three concerts at the Rex Theatre in Manchester to benefit our projects, a Christmas Lights Show on Pasture Lane in Goffstown, a Craft Beer Night at the Stark Brewing Company and VIP wine and cheese fundraisers.
Giving Opportunities: We have individual fundraisers on social media for each project.
A 50-mile radius of Manchester NH
Each of our projects is curated to be performed by custom groups. Often these groups are a combination of construction company volunteers and regular folks with no construction experience. This offers businesses an event to focus on for team-building and company-wide volunteerism. We can curate a package of projects for your company’s team-building/ volunteerism goals.
Board Officers / Board Members Brian Hansen Founder
Laura Dodge Secretary
David Smith Treasurer
Scott Plourde Board Member
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