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Grant Writer

Harbor Homes

The Partnership for Successful Living (Harbor Homes) is an innovative network of community organizations that helps New Hampshire individuals and families find solutions to many of life’s most challenging issues and gain sustainable independence. The Partnership is a collaboration of four New Hampshire non-profit agencies that share a common board of directors and CEO. This unique model helps the Partnership for Successful Living provide a wide range of services in an efficient, innovative and collaborative way, further benefitting the people it serves and the wider community.


The Partnership for Successful Living takes a holistic approach to community care which recognizes that individuality, dignity, good health and wellness, self-respect and a safe place to live are key to a person’s ability to contribute to society.

Who the Partnership serves

Each year, about 5,000 of New Hampshire’s most vulnerable community members receive support from the Partnership for Successful Living. In 2019, the Partnership provided 2,000 people homes, 4,000 people access to health care, 700 people access to substance use disorder treatment and 250 people with HIV/AIDS case management and other support, just to name some of the services provided.

The Partnership for Successful Living is made up of four non-profit organizations that serve people throughout Southern New Hampshire:

-- Harbor Homes, Inc. seeks s to create and provide quality residential, health care, and supportive services to individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness and/or living with behavioral health disorders. It also operates Greater Nashua’s only Healthcare for the Homeless clinic, Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center. 

-- Healthy at Home, Inc. seeks to enhance the lives of people with illness or injury through a cooperative relationship with the community, professional medical providers, and organizations that serve people in need of healthcare.  Qualified staff provide affordable, high-quality home health care, personal care, and related services to adults and the elderly so that they can remain in their homes and maximize their independence.

-- Keystone Hall, also known as the Greater Nashua Council on Alcoholism, Inc., provides comprehensive substance use treatment and recovery services to individuals and families in a supportive environment while providing a strategic framework for substance use prevention in New Hampshire. 

-- The Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force, Inc. increases the quality and availability of knowledge, services and resources in all matters relating to HIV infection and AIDS to the people in the Southern New Hampshire region, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, or sexual orientation. 


Job Title :                  Grant Writer

Reports to :               Vice President of Development and Grant Compliance

FLSA Status :            Part to Full Time

Job Summary:

The Partnership for Successful Living seeks an experienced, proven grant writer to help more than 6,000 of NH’s most vulnerable residents gain and maintain access to the health care, housing, and supportive services needed to maintain independence and successful community living. Writing grants and reports for four independent nonprofits that work singularly and collectively, the ideal candidate will have grant writing experience within the health and human services arena, with a focus on supportive housing, primary and behavioral health care, workforce development, veterans services, HIV/AIDS, in-home health care, and substance use disorder treatment. 

This position could be part-time or full-time, depending on the candidate; it can also be onsite or remote. The ideal candidate would be able to commit to at least 40 hours a month (10 hours a week). Some regional travel may be required. Pay commensurate with experience and track record. 


Required Skills, Education and Experience:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Three or more years of successful grant writing experience required
  • A proven record of accomplishment winning state and federal grants
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • SharePoint experience is a plus, but not required.
How to Apply:

Please submit to the following:

  • resume
  • a foundation and federal/state grant application sample
  • a list of grants applied to and won that demonstrates your range of experience and success
  • hourly pay requirements 

Applicants who fail to submit both a state/federal and a foundation writing samples, and a list of grants applied to and received will not be considered. 

Salary Range:

Available upon request.

Job Location:


Date Added: May 6, 2020

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