Member Benefits


The Center strives to publish high quality documents that are useful in tasks from advocating for your cause with data to setting salaries based on NH comparisons.


Online Tools

In an age where "google" is a verb, there are many tools that are available online. The Center strives to bring you quality tools like the Board Self-Assessment to make tasks simpler.


Featured Membership Benefits

As a member of the NH Center for Nonprofits, you are a part of a network of more than 600 nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies and individuals committed to elevating the visibility and status of the nonprofit sector.

We value your membership and strive to bring you services and resources to add value to that membership.


Discounts on Products and Services

Members receive discounts on products and services from the center including:

  • NonprofitNext
  • CCAT
  • Wage & Benefit Report for Northern New England
  • Best Practice Guide

Cost Savings

Cost SavingsSaving money just got easier!  We've done some "wheeling and dealing" to get you discounts on the services that you need most. From GrantStation to OfficeMax, from HR Hotline to  Nonprofit Legal consultations, from discounts on meeting space to lower cost chocolate to help you through the meeting, and so much more we have tried to secure deals that will help you be able to devote more money to meeting your mission.


Best Practice Guide

One-stop document for nonprofit best practices

​The Best Practice Guide provides a close look at practices organizations implement to build the capacity needed to achieve its mission.
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The New Hampshire Nonprofit Sector: IN BRIEF

Nonprofit data at your fingertips

​In what could be called an update of the 2008 publication of Essentials, the Center has compiled updated statistical information to provide nonprofit leaders, board members, policy makers and business partners with an in-depth overview that they can utilize in ongoing policy-making discussions.

In Brief is required reading for anyone who wants to take their advocacy efforts to the next level or enhance their understanding of the state's complex nonprofit sector. 
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The Wages and Benefits Report

The only regional report on nonprofit compensation

The Report on Nonprofit Wages & Benefits in New Hampshire is your go-to source for NH nonprofit compensation data. The intent of the report is to provide nonprofit board and staff leaders with a tool which should serve as a launching point for conversations on human resource management, recruitment, retention and satisfaction.

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Save on national funding database

The NH Center for Nonprofits is pleased to offer GrantStation subscriptions as a member benefit at 80% off the regular price. GrantStation is an advanced searchable database of more than 7,000 active funding sources and includes grant opportunities from state, private & federal sources, private and corporate foundations, and association and international funding sources.
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Employment Law Hotline

Get answers with the Employment Law Hotline

McLane MiddletonLegal issues around employment are often complex. The Employment Law Hotline is available to members through a partnership between the Center and McLane Middleton. During normal business hours, members can speak with qualified attorneys about their employment-related questions.
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Grants Central

Our searchable database of funding opportunities

Members have unlimited access to Grants Central - our searchable database of funding opportunities. Similar grant databases can charge hundreds of dollars for access.
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Event Discounts

Never pay the not-yet-member price again

Members receive 40 - 50% discounts to events hosted by the Center. Events include:

  • Leadership Development Seminars
  • Board Governance Seminars
  • Skill Building Workshops
  • Annual Leadership Summit
  • Executive Peer Forums
  • Critical Issue Forums and Conferences

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Consultant Resource Bank

Find the right consultant today

The Consultant Resource Bank lists consultants who have experience working with nonprofit organizations. In order to be listed in the Consultant Resource Bank, a consultant must submit two references from nonprofit organizations they have worked with successfully.

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Board Self-Assessment Questionnaire

Assess Your Board's Effectiveness

The Board Self-Assessment Questionnaire—available as an online tool—allows nonprofit boards to assess their effectiveness in 12 aspects of governance, ranging from board-staff roles to external relations practices. This tool has been used by hundreds of boards and thousands of board members throughout the US and abroad since 2009.

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Free Job Postings

The go-to place for nonprofit jobs

Members can post unlimited jobs at no cost. Our job listings receive 16,000 visits each month. Nonprofit leaders tell us it's the best place to find a great employee. Not-yet-members pay $75 per listing.
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Help Desk

Need answers? Check the help desk

The Help Desk is designed to help provide the resources and direction you need to answer nonprofit management or governance questions. We will do our best to provide helpful resources and referrals within 2 or 3 business days, but please note that the Help Desk is not staffed full time.

Members of NH Center for Nonprofits have unlimited access to Help Desk services. Organizations that are not members of the Center are limited to one question per year.
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E&S Insurance Services

Save money on your insurance needs

Through an Exclusive Partnership with E&S Insurance Services, members can get a free consultation and appraisal of all insurance needs ~ offering a full range of property and liability insurance ~ health and dental insurance ~ officer and directors coverage ~and specially tailored policies to meet every client need.
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Unemployment Services Trust

Save on Unemployment Costs

The Unemployment Services Trust helps nonprofits with 10+ employees save money through an alternative to the state unemployment tax system.

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College for America

Graduate your workforce with College for America

College for AmericaThrough your relationship with NH Center for Nonprofits, your employees have access to College for America (CfA) at Southern New Hampshire University—an accredited, nonprofit college built to help employers develop and promote talent through cost-effective higher education.

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NH Correctional Industries

Save on Printing, Furniture, and More!

New Hampshire Correctional Industries employs approximately 240 inmates at state correctional facilities and provides them the opportunity to learn meaningful technical and "soft" job skills and spend their time in a meaningful way. NHCI is offering all members of the Center a 10% discount on any of their printing, sign making / engraving, furniture upholstery and refinishing, and custom furniture services.

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Discounts on membership and board self-assessments

Center members can save 15% on organizational membership or $200 on BoardSource's board self-assessment service. BoardSource members get complimentary access to BoardSource's collection of white papers, webinars, and more. They also get member discounts on their print or digital copies of their books, such as Board Fundamentals: Understanding Roles in Nonprofit Governance and The Source: Twelve Principles of Governance That Power Exceptional Boards.

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MindEdge Learning Professional Development

Online, on-demand professional development courses

The Center has partnered with MindEdge Learning, a leading provider of online higher education and professional development, to offer their full suite Management and Nonprofit Management certificates and courses. These on-demand, self-paced courses provide an alternative to the Center's existing opportunities and members of the Center can request a discount code for 10% off the normal price.

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Stay up to date on nonprofit news, funding deadlines, job opportunities, and more with the Nonprofit Notes newsletter.


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