Awarded Grants

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  • Awarded June 22, 2020

    Young Organizers United (YOU), an Initiative of the Granite State Organizing Project (GSOP)

    Granite State Organizing Project

    To enhance leadership capabilities and educational attainment of primarily youth of color in the Manchester and Nashua School Districts by providing support to expand the YOU program to youth at Memorial and West High Schools in Manchester and Nashua North and South High Schools.
    Amount Awarded: $30,000
  • Awarded January 27, 2020

    Welcoming New Hampshire - a program of New Hampshire Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees (NHAIR)

    Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

    To promote healthy New Hampshire communities which welcome immigrants and refugees by facilitating inclusive community collaboration, assisting a learning collaborative of integration practitioners and community leaders to share best practices and collectively address ongoing challenges experienced by immigrants and refugees in NH.
    Amount Awarded: $60,000
  • Awarded January 27, 2020

    Leadership Learning Exchange for Equity Series

    University of New Hampshire

    To create more equitable and inclusive leadership practices in NH organizations and communities through an intensive series of facilitated dialogues focused on systemic and structural racism, implicit bias, and privilege associated with social identities.
    Amount Awarded: $40,000
  • Awarded November 25, 2019

    Race & Equity in NH Series - Moving from Planning to Action

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To enhance the capacity of NH
    Amount Awarded: $100,000
  • Awarded November 25, 2019

    Equity Leadership Fellowship

    Lamprey Health Care

    To draw on the expertise of NH
    Amount Awarded: $40,000
  • Awarded September 23, 2019

    Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice

    Conservation Law Foundation

    To build advocacy capacity for environmental justice in NH
    Amount Awarded: $25,000
  • Awarded September 23, 2019

    Race & Equity in NH Series-Phase III

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To enhance the capacity of NH’s leaders and communities to advance health and racial equity by working collaboratively within and among specific sector groups.
    Amount Awarded: $35,000
  • Awarded June 17, 2019

    Young Organizers United (YOU), an Initiative of the Granite State Organizing Project (GSOP)

    Granite State Organizing Project

    To enhance leadership capabilities and educational attainment of primarily youth of color in the Manchester and Nashua School Districts by providing support to expand the YOU program to youth at Memorial and West High Schools in Manchester and Nashua North and South High Schools.
    Amount Awarded: $30,000
  • Awarded June 17, 2019

    Laconia Daily Sun Community Health and Civic Engagement Series / Solutions Journalism Reporter

    Nackey S. Loeb School of Communication

    To raise awareness of barriers to civic discourse in the Lakes Region and educate residents about opportunities to improve racial justice and welcoming activities in the state by covering a variety of issues related to social determinants of health and to examine solutions to the existance of hate groups locally and statewide.
    Amount Awarded: $51,513
  • Awarded January 28, 2019

    Immigrant Integration Community of Practice

    Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

    To serve as a learning collaborative and safe space where practitioners working on Immigrant Integration, in particular representatives from the formerly four funded regions of the Immigrant Integration Initiative, can learn together how to implement and sustain robust and successful immigrant integration efforts AND maintain a learning community to share knowledge and address ongoing challenges that arise.
    Amount Awarded: $30,000
  • Awarded January 28, 2019

    Welcoming New Hampshire

    Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

    To create welcoming communities in NH into which immigrants are more likely to integrate by facilitating community collaboration, promoting a welcoming community climate and advocating for institutional change that promotes mutual respect and cooperation between foreign-born and U.S.-born Americans.
    Amount Awarded: $30,000
  • Awarded January 28, 2019

    Leadership Equity Series

    University of New Hampshire

    To create more equitable and inclusive leadership practices in NH organizations and communities through an intensive series of facilitated dialogues focused on systemic and structural racism, implicit bias, and privilege associated with social identities.
    Amount Awarded: $40,000