New Hampshire Women's Foundation
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.
Annual Women Building Community Luncheon in October.
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.
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
Cambridge Trust Company of NH
- Hon. Martha Fuller Clark
New Hampshire Senate
- Alison Pyott CFP®
Veris Wealth Partners
- Mary Rauh
- Hope Damon
The Nutrition Counseling Center
- Jeff Feingold
NH Business Review
- Michael Lewis
Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C
- Hon. Alida Millham
- Kristen Oliveri
NH Charitable Foundation
- Karen Prior
- Susan “Sue” Ratnoff
- Mica Stark
University of New Hampshire
- Amy Sterndale
Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH
- Chris Strong
Strong Resource Group
- Daniel Weeks