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Q&A with NHPR President Betsy Gardella

NH Business Review interviewed Center member and former Center Board member, Betsy Gardella. Read what Betsy has to say about being at the helm of NHPR and the role of public radio in an increasingly social media based society.
Posted on: July 1, 2013
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NH Ranks #1 for Child Well-being

For the second year in a row, New Hampshire has been ranked first in the nation for overall child well-being.
Posted on: June 24, 2013
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Share Your Nonprofit's Story

For a dozen years, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and New Hampshire Public Radio have jointly produced Giving Matters. This radio series demonstrates the positive impacts of New Hampshire nonprofit organizations, and how our quality of life is nourished and enhanced by the nonprofit sector and those who support it with their time, treasure and talent. We have featured over 230 nonprofits to date - telling powerful stories of the work that charitable groups do to strengthen communities and enrich lives. Giving Matters airs weekly on Saturday mornings at 8:35 AM. We are now soliciting new nonprofit story ideas for the Giving Matters series. Add your story to this tapestry!
Posted on: June 6, 2013
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Mount Washington Observatory Unveils Plans for New Summit Museum

Mount Washington - A brand new, interactive winter experience will soon greet summer visitors to Mount Washington, as Mount Washington Observatory prepares to perform a complete redesign and renovation of its museum at the summit. Plans for the museum, entitled “Extreme Mount Washington,” were unveiled to members of the media at a special reception this morning in North Conway.
Posted on: May 24, 2013
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Children's Alliance of NH releases NH Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger

Henniker – The Children’s Alliance of NH today released the NH Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger; a systemic guide to tackling the root causes of childhood hunger. The NH Roadmap was created through a year-long effort by a diverse coalition of anti-hunger and child advocates, business and community leaders known as NH Hunger Solutions. The publication of the NH Roadmap took place Tuesday at the Henniker Community School where both the work of community partners and funders was recognized and the school’s innovative breakfast program was showcased.
Posted on: November 30, 2012
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Mt.Washington Observatory on the Forefront of Alternative Science Education

Mount Washington — Experiential education is gaining traction in both public and private school classrooms, and nonprofit scientific research and educational institution Mount Washington Observatory is helping to lead the way. This fall, they introduced a dynamic team of educators who are serving up fun, interactive programs that offer an exciting alternative to science education as we know it.
Posted on: October 17, 2012
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Progress Continues as the Families in Transition Americorps Vista Service Year Ends

Manchester – With another full year of committed service completed by AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) volunteers at nonprofit and government agencies across New Hampshire, the Families in Transition (FIT) VISTA Program releases its Year End Review. The data provided in the review indicates progress towards the fight against poverty in New Hampshire.
Posted on: October 17, 2012
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