New Hampshire Women's Foundation



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2018 Goals:

The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation has a four-pronged approach to its work: research, education, advocacy and grant making. In 2018, NHWF’s goals are:

  • Increase total grant making dollars, as well as provide the 2017 cohort of grantees with technical assistance and networking/education opportunities.
     
  • Release the inaugural Women & Girls Report, an annual publication of indicators impacting the lives, health, education and economic security of women and girls in the Granite State.
     
  • Develop an advocacy toolkit that makes speaking out and speaking up more accessible to all New Hampshire women.
     
  • Secure passage of family friendly workplace legislation such as the Family and Medical Leave Insurance bill.

Fundraising Events:

Annual Women Building Community Luncheon in October. 


Giving Opportunities:

There are many ways to support the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation:

  • Individuals donations: Contribute annually or become a sustainer by
    making monthly contributions.
  • Corporate donations: Sponsor an event and/or underwrite a publication
    or thought series.
  • Planned giving: Make plans today for a future gift to NHWF.
  • Endowment gifts: Give to the endowment to help provide continued support and a steady stream of future income for NHWF.

Volunteer Opportunities:

NHWF has several opportunities to engage as a volunteer including:

  • Host a community event or  “friend-raiser.”
  • Lend a hand at one of our local or statewide events.
  • Participate on a committee.
  • Serve as a contributor, editor or reviewer of one of our research publications.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

  • Mary Johanna Brown
    Outgoing Founding Chair
    Brown & Company Design
     
  • Susan Martore-Baker
    Incoming Chair
    Cambridge Trust Company of NH
     
  • Hon. Martha Fuller Clark
    Vice Chair
    New Hampshire Senate
     
  • Alison Pyott CFP®
    Treasurer
    Veris Wealth Partners
     
  • Mary Rauh
    Secretary
    Retired
     
  • Hope Damon
    The Nutrition Counseling Center
     
  • Jeff Feingold
    NH Business Review
     
  • Michael Lewis
    Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C
     
  • Hon. Alida Millham
    Retired
     
  • Kristen Oliveri
    NH Charitable Foundation
     
  • Karen Prior
    Starfish Collaborative
     
  • Susan “Sue” Ratnoff  
    Retired
     
  • Mica Stark
    University of New Hampshire
     
  • Amy Sterndale
    Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH
     
  • Chris Strong
    Strong Resource Group
     
  • Daniel Weeks  
    Open Democracy
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