Awarded Grants

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  • Awarded January 25, 2021

    Health Careers Institute at Dartmouth: Improving Health Equity in NH Through Health Care Pipeline Opportunity Expansion

    Trustees of Dartmouth College

    To improve health equity by expanding the Health Careers Institute at Dartmouth program for high school students to a virtual format while collaborating with NH AHEC partners in rural and urban underserved areas of NH, both expanding the pool of potential workers and promoting workforce diversity to address healthcare disparities.
    Amount Awarded: $19,867
  • Awarded January 25, 2021

    REM Website Rebuild

    Granite State Independent Living

    To provide more volume and awareness of the availability of gently used durable medical equipment for individuals with disabilities by rebuilding a comprehensive website for Refurbished Equipment Marketplace (REM).
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded January 25, 2021

    Plan for the Council for Housing Stability

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To improve access to affordable housing options for New Hampshire's low income residents and to reduce homelessness by developing a state-level plan, a data dashboard, and recommendations for coordinated governance and financing strategies.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded November 24, 2020

    Plan for the Council for Housing Stability

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To improve access to affordable housing options for New Hampshire's low income residents and to reduce homelessness by developing an interim state-level plan
    Amount Awarded: $2,332
  • Awarded November 23, 2020

    Shelter Adaptation Support Project

    Manchester Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.

    To provide safer homeless services for clients and staff during COVID-19 by providing shelter leadership technical assistance in accessing funding, making operational improvements and supporting the conversion of shelter sites into permanent housing.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded November 23, 2020

    NH Hunger Solutions Public Awareness Tools to End Child and Family Hunger

    New Hampshire Hunger Solutions

    To reduce child and family hunger by developing and using public awareness tools grounded in communications science to effectively message child and family hunger and inspire policy change.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded September 21, 2020

    Special Education and COVID-19 project

    Disabilities Rights Center, Inc.

    To advance educational equity for students with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing individual and systemic advocacy
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded September 21, 2020

    Requity Labs Resilience Incubator

    Saint Anselm College

    To translate science into socially equitable and community resilience building practice and policy by enabling the development of problem based learning games to teach antiracist practices and improve cultural competence in industry settings for youth and adults.
    Amount Awarded: $15,575
  • Awarded June 25, 2020

    What does it mean to be an Anti-Racist?

    New England Blacks in Philanthropy

    To help individuals and philanthropic institutions and other funding organizations make better informed decisions within communities of color and with direct input from representatives of those diverse populations by providing tools and resources needed to enhance knowledge.
    Amount Awarded: $2,500
  • Awarded June 22, 2020

    NH-ME LEND ECHO: Supporting Children of the Opioid Epidemic (SCOPE)

    University of New Hampshire

    To provide evidence-informed training for early intervention and early childhood providers to increase the capacity of their interdisciplinary teams to care for infants impacted by opioids and other substances and their families.
    Amount Awarded: $7,500
  • Awarded June 22, 2020

    Lights, Camera, Fair Funding!

    New Hampshire School Funding Fairness Project

    To expand the reach of, and to develop new audiences for, the NH School Funding Fairness Project's public education efforts by creating and disseminating video versions of its "School Funding and Property Taxes" presentation.
    Amount Awarded: $7,444
  • Awarded March 23, 2020

    WHIM at Home

    Sunset Hill Educational Institute

    To provide individuals living with disability in New Hampshire access to health and wellness activities and education in a peer-driven social environment by digitally connecting them to a virtual exercise and learning hub at the Sunset Hill Educational Institute (SHEI) facility where they can remote conference from their home with SHEI staff and other peers.
    Amount Awarded: $2,100