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The Nonprofit Insider is your source for what's happening at nonprofits in New Hampshire. See who got funding, who is winning awards and learn about board and staff changes. If you have news you'd like to share related to funding awards, organizational or individual awards, board and staff changes, collaboration or expanded or new services please send it to us at info@nhnonprofits.org. Announcements of upcoming events should be submitted to the community calendar.

 

Monadnock United Way hires Shirley English as Administrative Assistant

Shirley English recently joined Monadnock United Way as the Administrative Assistant. Prior to joining the staff, Shirley was a longtime volunteer for MUW.
Posted on: May 23, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

CATCH Welcomes New Board Members

CATCH Neighborhood Housing is pleased to announce the addition of five new members to its board of directors. At its April meeting, the board unanimously approved the addition of Byron Champlin, Jeff Feingold, Rusty Mosca, Beth Slepian, and Scoop Welch.
Posted on: May 16, 2019
Topics: Board Announcements | Something New

Carol Sanborn Receives Spaulding Youth Center’s Spaulding Spirit Award

Spaulding Youth Center is pleased to present its most recent Spaulding Spirit Award to Carol Sanborn, Quality Improvement Coordinator. This peer-nominated recognition is presented at each quarterly staff meeting to one employee who exemplifies Spaulding Spirit and makes peers proud to be working by their side.
Posted on: May 16, 2019
Topics: Award Winners | Something New

NH Nonprofit Conference & Expo Recap

Posted on: May 15, 2019
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Families First welcomes new primary care provider

Families First Health and Support Center recently welcomed internal medicine doctor Kasra Djalayer, MD, to its primary-care team. Dr. Djalayer has 30 years of medical education and experience, including training in obesity medicine, geriatrics, rheumatology, clinical immunology and dementia, as well as general medicine.
Posted on: May 6, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

NH Humane Society welcomes Brooke Pearsall as development director

The NH Humane Society is pleased to welcome Brooke Pearsall to the organization as development director. Pearsall joins the NH Humane Society with extensive experience in non-profit leadership and fundraising and strong connections within the region.
Posted on: May 3, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Girls at Work plans move into FIRST headquarters

Girls at Work Inc., the award-winning nonprofit organization that empowers girls through woodworking in after-school and summer camp programs, has announced plans to move its workshop to the headquarters of FIRST, the international student robotics program, in the Manchester Millyard.
Posted on: April 11, 2019
Topics: Expansion | Something New

Keene Family YMCA Names Daniel Smith as New CEO

The Keene Family YMCA named Daniel Smith as its new Chief Executive Officer, effective May 28, 2019. Selected by the Y’s Board of Directors, following a nationwide search, Smith will succeed Hélène Mogridge.
Posted on: April 11, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

SOS Receives Grant to Help with Workforce Development

SOS Recovery Community Organization has been named a recipient of one of the awards for the 2019 Capacity Building Opportunity Grant, an intensive technical assistance opportunity for peer-run, recovery community, family-run, and youth- and young adult-run organizations.
Posted on: April 5, 2019
Topics: Funding Awards | Something New

Ascentria Care Alliance welcomes new CFO

Ascentria Care Alliance, one of the largest human service nonprofits in New England, announces the hiring of Jeanette Wade as chief financial officer (CFO). She joined Ascentria in March and now directs the organization’s financial strategy, technology, business development, and facilities functions.
Posted on: March 28, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Waypoint SleepOut 2019 raises over $332,000

Approximately 130 people slept outside Friday night on the cold, wet ground, through whipping winds, in downtown Manchester. They were a part of Waypoint’s 5th annual SleepOut to raise funds and awareness to aid New Hampshire’s homeless youth.  So far, they’ve raised more than $332,000.
Posted on: March 25, 2019
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The Hannah Grimes Center Announces New Board President

The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship has announced that Dr. Kim Mooney, President of Franklin Pierce University, will serve as President of the Board of Directors. Mary Ann Kristiansen, Executive Director of the center, said, "President Mooney has been an engaged board member since 2016 and we are happy to have her leadership on the board as Hannah Grimes continues to grow. 
Posted on: March 8, 2019
Topics: Board Announcements | Something New

Arts and humanities groups partner on workplace programming

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts (NHBCA), a statewide organization that promotes the intersection of art and commerce, and New Hampshire Humanities are partnering to promote Humanities @ Work, an initiative to offer NHBCA member businesses the opportunity to bring humanities-based programming into the workplace.
Posted on: March 6, 2019
Topics: Collaboration | Something New

Susan DeRoy named as Citizens Count Executive Director

Citizens Count has named Susan DeRoy as its executive director. DeRoy, who recently stepped down as chair of the Rochester Economic Development Commission after eight years, is retired from serving as chair and development director for the Monarch School of New England.
Posted on: March 1, 2019
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Manchester Community Health Center Appoints New Board Chair

Manchester Community Health Center is pleased to announce that Kathleen Davidson Esq. was inducted as Chair of the Board at the February 5, 2019 board meeting. Davidson has served as a director on the Manchester Community Health Center board since 2014 and has provided her oversight and expertise to help the organization grow. 
Posted on: February 28, 2019
Topics: board | Board Announcements | Something New

Spaulding Youth Center Honored with $10,000.00 Grant from People’s United Community Foundation

Spaulding Youth Center is thrilled to announce it has been honored with a grant of $10,000.00 from People's United Community Foundation, the philanthropic arm of People’s United Bank, N.A. The grant will directly support Spaulding’s residential program.
Posted on: February 21, 2019
Topics: Funding Awards | Something New

Alexsus Bougie Receives Spaulding Youth Center’s Spaulding Spirit Award

Spaulding Youth Center is pleased to present its most recent Spaulding Spirit Award to Alexsus Bougie, Behavior Specialist. This peer-nominated recognition is presented at each quarterly staff meeting to one employee who exemplifies Spaulding Spirit and makes peers proud to be working by their side.
Posted on: February 20, 2019
Topics: Award Winners | Something New

Red Arrow Diner Selects Spaulding Youth Center for Charitable Donation

Spaulding Youth Center is honored to announce it was chosen for a year-long charitable donation from the Red Arrow Diner as part of a holiday social media promotion called the Six-Week Winning Streak.
Posted on: February 19, 2019
Topics: Funding Awards | Award Winners | Something New

St. Mary’s Bank Recognizes Employee Volunteer Achievements

St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union, recognized employee volunteer milestone achievements in 2018 at a recent reception at their headquarters on McGregor Street in Manchester.
Posted on: February 14, 2019
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Center Seeks Skilled Volunteers

Do you have a passion for the work of the nonprofit sector in NH? Have you ever wondered how you can contribute to making the sector stronger?
Posted on: February 12, 2019
Topics: Something New

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