April 4 – Equal Pay Day

April 4, 2017 is Equal Pay Day – a day that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. Help us close the gap by donating $24 to the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation on Equal Pay Day. All money raised for Equal Pay Day will go […]

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Salary Negotiation Skills for Women

RESCHEDULED NEW DATE/TIME TBD 2 Delta Drive, Concord, NH Presented by Connie Roy-Czyzowski, VP of Human Resources, Northeast Delta Dental “Am I fairly compensated?  Should I ask for a raise?  How should I approach this?”  If you’re asking yourself these questions, and you’re interested in finding out more about the pay gap, compensation trends, and […]


International Women’s Day

Dear Friend, Today, International Women’s Day, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation commends the millions of women and men across the state, country and world who are sharing their strength by participating in a #DayWithoutAWoman. By striking, marching, supporting women- and minority-owned businesses, donating to women’s organizations and #wearingred, we are building a collective voice in support of […]


NH Women’s Day of Action and Unity

The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation was pleased to be a partner in the New Hampshire Women’s Day of Action & Unity on January 21. This was an event in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington and in support of our collective rights, our safety, our health, our families, and our environment. See some of […]

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Outgoing board members

NH Women’s Foundation 2016 Year in Review Video


Welcome New CEO Tanna Clews

On November 9th, we welcomed new CEO, Tanna Clews, at our annual Women Building Community luncheon. Learn more about Tanna here.

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Making the Case for Paid Family Leave in New Hampshire

by Sandy Belknap Setting the Stage Eighteen months ago, as NH Women’s Foundation was coming out of the gate as a newly formed non-profit following the merger of the Women’s Fund of NH and the NH Women’s Initiative, the organization embarked on a journey to focus on a theme of “Family-Friendly Workplaces” in NH. I […]

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My Summer Working on Philanthropy at NHWF

As my summer internship with the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation comes to a close, I have begun reflecting on my time here as the Philanthropy Intern. My internship has been a truly incredible experience, and I would first like to thank both the Carsey School of Public Policy at UNH for granting me the opportunity […]

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Legacy & Leadership Donor Tea

                        By Morgan Hebert, NH Women’s Foundation Policy and Programs Intern   Last Wednesday, we at the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation hosted a ‘Thank You’ tea for many of our dedicated donors. The event was hosted at the beautiful Bridges House in downtown Concord, which […]

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New Hampshire Women’s Foundation: Policy and Programs Intern, Morgan Hebert

As the newest member of the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation’s team, I’d like to introduce myself. My name is Morgan Hebert and I am a senior undergraduate student at the University of New Hampshire, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Economics.  I am joining the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation as an intern through […]

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