NH Resources

GOFERR Reporting Portal Available

The online portal required for the Governor's Office for Emergency Relief & Recovery Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund and other CARES Act funds is now available.
Posted on: December 16, 2020

NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund Grant Program Summary

A summary of the NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund—one of the Governor's Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery funds—grant program has been released.
Posted on: October 22, 2020

NH Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund

NOTE: The NH Emergency Nonprofit Relief Fund is a fund of the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery. The fund’s grant program is being administered through a partnership of the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the NH Community Development Finance Authority. Please visit the GOFERR website for more information on how to apply.
Posted on: June 8, 2020

2019 Data on the NH Nonprofit Sector

The Center released the a new report in August 2019, entitled New Hampshire’s Nonprofit Sector in Brief which focuses on the 6,547 charitable nonprofits located in New Hampshire and their economic impact within the state.
Posted on: October 25, 2019

New Hampshire’s Workforce, Wages, and Economic Opportunity

Posted on: September 16, 2019

Illustration of the NH Legislative Process

Created by the Northern Forest Center, this creative document illustrates the process of a bill becoming a law.
See the Full Document
See the Summary Version
Posted on: June 10, 2014

NH Lobbying Rules

The essence of New Hampshire’s definition of lobbying is contacting legislators and certain executive branch decision-makers to promote or oppose legislation; and a person who does this for pay is a “lobbyist” and must register with the Secretary of State.  NH lobbyists must comply with easy reporting requirements.

NH Lobbying Rules
Posted on: March 5, 2013
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