Nonprofit Management Higher Education

Increasing specialization, a demand for more higher education and a new need to worry about the bottom line are all challenges facing job seekers today. Nonprofits have grown from small organizations to a sizable chunk of the job market.  This has inspired the development of an increasing number of higher education programs for those who are choosing to dedicate themselves to careers in the nonprofit sector.  

CATV Appoints Samantha Davidson Green as Executive Director

Following a nationwide search, CATV is pleased to announce that Samantha Davidson Green will lead the institution as its new Executive Director, taking the reins from former Executive Director Donna Girot who has relocated to California to lead Access Sacramento, the community’s public access station.  Green will officially join CATV on April 26, 2021.
Posted on: April 9, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

NH Women’s Foundation Announces Expanded Team to Support New Strategic Plan

NH Women’s Foundation Announces Expanded Team to Support New Strategic Plan. Familiar Faces to Fill New Strategic Communications, Community Engagement, Operations & Research Roles.
Posted on: April 9, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Scholarship for Free Sales Training from BestSalesPeople

BestSalesPeople, Powered by Sandler Training is offering one scholarship for the 2021 year to a non-profit organization in New Hampshire.
Posted on: April 8, 2021

Nonprofit Impact Celebration

Posted on: March 29, 2021

Jim Brown Brings Nonprofit Expertise to St. Mary’s Financial Services

St. Mary’s Bank welcomes Brown as a wealth management advisor.
Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Step Up Parents Receives $5,000 Grant from Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund

Kinship families in the Greater Lakes Region, Plymouth and the Seacoast will benefit from the $5,000 grant given to nonprofit organization, Step Up Parents, from Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Funding Awards | Something New

Families First welcomes new primary care provider

Family Nurse Practitioner Tara Moore, FNP-BC, MSN, recently became a primary-care provider at Families First, the community health center in Portsmouth. She will see both adults and children at Families First.
Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Christopher Moore Joins St. Mary’s Bank

Credit union welcomes Moore as Associate Financial Advisor.
Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

Spaulding Academy & Family Services Expands Medical Team

Spaulding Academy & Family Services (formerly Spaulding Youth Center) has expanded its medical team with the promotion of Carolyn Brown (ARNP) to Primary Care Provider (PCP), and the hiring of Chandra Miller (MSN, RN, CPNP-PC) as medical director and Nicholas Lefebvre (RN) as health services director. This expansion enables the organization to accept and support children with complex medical and behavioral needs to its therapeutic Northfield campus.
Posted on: March 23, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

2021 Nonprofit Impact Awards Announced

The NH Center for Nonprofits announces the recipients of its 2021 Nonprofit Impact Awards to be presented at a virtual celebration on April 22. Cross Roads House and Building Community in New Hampshire (BCNH) will receive Nonprofit Impact Awards.  The Harvard Pilgrim Healthy Community Impact Award will be awarded to Meals on Wheels of Hillsborough County (aka St. Joseph Community Services). Sylvia Dow, Executive Director of Visions for Creative Housing Solutions, and Amy Moore, Program Director for In-Home Care at Ascentria Care Alliance, will receive New Hampshire Impact Awards. Barry Brensinger will receive the Board Impact Award.
Posted on: March 19, 2021
Topics: Award Winners

NH Center for Nonprofits DEI Survey

Please complete a brief survey so we can better understand how you are currently addressing DEI within your organizations, and ways we can be of most assistance.
Posted on: March 9, 2021
Topics: Something New

CATCH Appoints Furtado The Next President & CEO

CATCH Neighborhood Housing’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Furtado, CATCH’s Executive Vice President and Director of Real Estate, as the next President and CEO of CATCH and its wholly-owned property management company, Alliance Asset Management.
Posted on: March 5, 2021
Topics: board | Board Announcements | Something New

Step Up Parents Receives $1,700 Grant from Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation

Nonprofit organization Step Up Parents of Portsmouth, NH is pleased to announce a $1,700 grant from the Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation. The grant will allow Step Up Parents to financially assist kinship families in the Merrimack County area.
Posted on: March 2, 2021
Topics: Funding Awards

NH Gives 2021

Posted on: March 1, 2021

New Hampshire Community Loan Fund names new President/CEO

The New Hampshire Community Loan Fund Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Steve Saltzman as President/CEO. He is only the second CEO in the Community Loan Fund’s 38-year history, succeeding Juliana Eades, who retired in June 2020. Saltzman will start in early April.
Posted on: February 24, 2021
Topics: Staff Changes | Something New

CATCH Receives Lincoln Financial Foundation Grant

CATCH Neighborhood Housing is pleased to share that it has received a generous grant of $20,000 from the Lincoln Financial Foundation in support of their collaborative housing education program, HOMEteam.
Posted on: February 18, 2021
Topics: Funding Awards | Something New

Nonprofit Job Loss - Time to Recovery Projected to be 2 Years

The Center for Civil Society Studies at Johns Hopkins University released a report with updated estimates of nonprofit job losses through January 2021. The report also projects the amount of time it will require to return to pre-pandemic employment levels - currently at 2 years.
Posted on: February 17, 2021

2021 Community Grantmaking Program

Posted on: February 10, 2021

Champions in Action: Social Equity & Inclusion

Posted on: February 10, 2021

Upcoming AmeriCorps NCCC deadline for late summer/early fall projects

AmeriCorps NCCC is a national service program that has teams of 18-24 year olds who can help communities meet their critical needs. We partner with a variety of nonprofit organizations, federal/state/local governmental agencies, and tribal organizations who design a service project typically lasting 6-8 weeks which address a compelling community need and then we can send in the people power behind that project.
Posted on: February 9, 2021


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