Endowment for Health Awarded More than $4.2 Million Over Past Twelve Months

November 21, 2023

The Endowment for Health awarded more than $4.2 million in grants over the past 12 months, supporting a selection of projects focused on healthcare workforce development and centering community voices to improve the health and wellbeing of all Granite Staters.

“The Endowment continues to focus on stabilizing and growing the state’s healthcare workforce as well as improving access to quality, affordable healthcare for all,” said Endowment for Health President Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry. “We’ve also prioritized grants that center community voices to self-determine improvements at the local level. These projects focus on enhancing community dialogue and understanding across differing viewpoints. We’re supporting work that enables communities to improve the conditions that lead to wellbeing and thriving,” Goldsberry added.

Over the past 12 months, the Endowment’s funding totaled $4,223,995 representing 73 grants to 44 organizations with an average award size of $57,863.

A partial list of recent grants include:

Foundation for Healthy Communities, HealthForce NH – $212,338 to grow, retain, and sustain the healthcare workforce by implementing the Giving Care strategic plan.

Granite State Organizing Project, Building the Movement through Film Screening – $25,000 to forge new partnerships in the NH early childhood equity movement by hosting community film screenings.

National Alliance on Mental Illness NH, New Hampshire Family Network Expansion Project – $119,739 to support NAMI’s ongoing leadership development among New Hampshire families and youth who are working to transform and strengthen the children’s behavioral health system.

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, Welcoming New Hampshire – a program of the NH Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees – $60,000 to promote healthy, inclusive and collaborative NH communities which welcome immigrants and refugees.

Marnita's Table, Trust-making: Engaging and Cultivating Enduring Connections, Across, In, and With Community, Phase III – $80,000 to engage diverse individuals around the state to build community trust across differences and promote inclusive communities.

University of New Hampshire, Voices of Marginalized Persons Seeking to Access Behavioral Health Supports – $12,490 to advance behavioral health equity and address disparities in underserved and disproportionately affected populations through a series of videos highlighting the voices of people with lived experience.

New Hampshire Center for Justice & Equity, Backbone support – $300,000 to advance issues of racial and economic justice for all residents of New Hampshire through a collective impact approach.

See the full list of Endowment for Health Grantmaking