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A VOICE FOR WOMEN & GIRLS IN NH!

We invest in opportunity and equality for women and girls in the Granite State through research, advocacy, education, grantmaking, and philanthropy.

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Virtual Women Building Community Lunch-Online

Did you miss our luncheon on October 22, 2020?

Featuring Special Guest
Former Secretary of State
HILLARY CLINTON

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The Circle Camp in Groton, N.H. April 30, 2011, for the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation 'Giving Matters'.  (Cheryl Senter for the New Hampshire Public Radio)

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GRANTMAKING

We fuel positive change in our communities by supporting the most innovative and promising solutions to issues related to gender equality today. We know that when women and girls prosper, communities thrive.

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ADVOCACY

We advocate for policies that advance opportunity and equality for New Hampshire women and girls. Our advocacy is nonpartisan, evidence-based, and collaborative.

RESEARCH

We commission research about women and girls in New Hampshire to inform the public, spark dialogue, and shape statewide policymaking.

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Manchester, N.H., Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017:  Event (Cheryl Senter for The New Hampshire Womens Foundation)

EDUCATION

We provide education and training, like our nonpartisan Women Run! program, to help women and girls thrive and make a difference in their communities.

NHWF NEWS

Announcing Six New Board Members!

Announcing Six New Board Members!

We are proud to be starting the new year welcoming six new Members to our Board of Directors! The six…

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Fulfilling The Promise Of The 19th Amendment

Fulfilling the Promise of the 19th Amendment

As we celebrate the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment as a hard-fought victory, we also recognize that there’s still…

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Marking New Hampshire’s Role In Women’s Suffrage

Marking New Hampshire’s Role In Women’s Suffrage

In 1919, the nation’s first Citizenship School, held July 8–12, was organized at the University of New Hampshire in Durham,…

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HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Raise your Voice

Make a call, sign a petition, run for office! There are many ways for your voice to be heard here in NH and beyond.

Know the Facts

Learn about the key issues facing NH women and girls.

Donate

Your donation helps provide a bright future for the women and girls of New Hampshire!

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