More than 50 well-known board leaders and philanthropists celebrated the launch of the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship program in a kick-off event this week held at DYN. Offered by the NH Center for Nonprofits, the Fellowship is designed to engage, prepare and inspire community leaders to serve on nonprofit governing boards. Named in honor of two NH philanthropists and board leaders, John E. Hoffman of Sullivan and Thomas W. Haas of Durham, this program will strive to increase the level of capacity and effectiveness of nonprofit boards across the state.
Posted on: Friday, January 17, 2014
Mary Ellen's nonprofit industry forecast, originally printed in the January 2014 issue of Business NH Magazine.
Posted on: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
In the first of two years in which the program will be fully funded, LCHIP has distributed more than $3 million to 39 historic preservation and natural conservation projects.
Posted on: Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Nominations for the 2014 Business in the Arts Awards are now open. The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts sponsors the annual Business in the Arts Awards program to recognize outstanding business support to the arts.
Posted on: Friday, January 3, 2014
At the Annual Meeting of Contoocook Valley Transportation Company (CVTC) held in November at Monadnock Community Hospital, Ken Geraghty, Chair of the Board of Directors announced the addition of two new members to the Board.
Posted on: Friday, January 3, 2014
NH Business Review recently published a Q&A with Laura Richardson, Executive Director of the Jordan Institute, covering trends on energy efficiency, the recent spinoff of Resilient Buildings Group, and more.
Posted on: Friday, December 27, 2013
Nonprofits need profit. Because every nonprofit is unique, the amount depends upon individual circumstances. This article will identify the key variables and explain how any organization can calculate the minimum profit it needs to prevent slow, steady erosion of the quality of its output. The calculation is so simple it can be done without pencil and paper, but it has far-reaching implications.
Posted on: Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Last week I was struck by two conversations occurring at two very different forums. One conversation occurred at the forum in which the BIA’s new Strategic Economic Plan for NH was unveiled. A phrase being used at the forum caught my attention: “the ecologies of economic development.”
Posted on: Wednesday, November 27, 2013
New Futures has elected a new board chair, vice chair / treasurer, and secretary, as well as three new board members.
Posted on: Tuesday, November 26, 2013
In a move extensively discussed and examined the past 12 months, New Heights' board of directors on Thursday voted unanimously to merge with New Outlook Teen Center in Exeter.
Posted on: Monday, November 25, 2013


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