Awarded Grants

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  • 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
  • Awarded March 13, 2020

    Building Advocacy Capacity for the Future of the New Hampshire Public Health Association

    New Hampshire Public Health Association

    To build and focus advocacy capacity for the future through the consultation with b-fresh consulting.
    Amount Awarded: $6,730
  • Awarded February 26, 2020

    Annual Diversity Conference

    The Diversity Workforce Coalition

    To deliver a highly engaging, experiential and provocative keynote address regarding equity, diversity and inclusion.
    Amount Awarded: $5,000
  • Awarded January 27, 2020

    Manchester Farm to School Planning Grant

    Organization for Refugee & Immigrant Success (ORIS)

    To determine the feasibility of a Manchester Farm to School project that makes locally grown and produced food products available on Manchester School District lunch menus and incorporates experiential nutrition education activities in school curricula by creating an Action Plan to use as the blueprint for the project.
    Amount Awarded: $8,093
  • Awarded November 25, 2019

    Greater Lakes CAC Behavioral Health Childhood Trauma Recovery Program

    Granite State Children's Alliance

    To establish a trauma-informed, evidence based clinical program to support children and their families who are accessing services on-site at the Greater Lakes Child Advocacy Centers and to replicate this model statewide.
    Amount Awarded: $19,740
  • Awarded November 25, 2019

    Manchester Inclusivity & Equity Committee of Manchester Proud

    Granite United Way

    To develop a new 5-year strategic plan with the Manchester School District by meaningfully engaging a broader group of people from diverse racial, ethnic, linguistic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded November 25, 2019

    A Respectful Approach to Multigenerational Management and Leadership Workforce Development Efforts in New Hampshire

    Granite State College

    To enhance health equity across the state
    Amount Awarded: $12,500
  • Awarded September 23, 2019

    Solutions Journalism Technical Support: Laconia Daily Sun

    Solutions Journalism Network, Inc.

    To support the Laconia Daily Sun's year-long series on issues of race, civil discourse and the social determinants of health by providing technical assistance from the Solutions Journalism Network.
    Amount Awarded: $10,400
  • Awarded September 23, 2019

    Financial Exploitation Awareness Initiative

    New Hampshire Legal Assistance

    To increase awareness of elder financial exploitation by educating the public on how to identify the signs, prevention, and how to access resources to help victims.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000