Breakthrough Manchester, which launches promising Manchester middle school students on the path to college while inspiring high school and college students to pursue careers in education was funded to provide their “Students Teaching Students” academic programming for middle school girls with limited opportunities.
DOVE, NH Pro Bono Legal Referral System of Concord, which provide access to legal representation to low-income families around the state was funded to support establishing a pilot program in Franklin for representation at protective order hearings.
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains, based in Bedford, serves girls around the Granite State building girls of courage, confidence and character was funded to support the Outreach Troop Program, serving at-risk and marginalized girls in afterschool programming in their local communities.
Harris Center for Conservation Education of Hancock, which promotes understanding and respect for the natural environment was funded to support their LAB GIRLS program which strives to reduce the gender gap in STEM fields.
New Generation of Greenland, which provides shelter for homeless pregnant women and new mothers in Rockingham County was funded to support their ability to provide permanent housing, employment and education to local families.
New Hampshire Humanities of Concord, which fosters discovery, self-reflection and lifelong learning across the state was funded to support Connections Adult Literacy Program at the New Hampshire Women’s Prison, forging stronger bonds between incarcerated women and their children.
Shelter from the Storm of Jaffrey, which provides transitional housing and support program for homeless people in Cheshire County was funded to support their work with women and children in their programs.
Turning Point Network of Claremont, which enhances the safety and wellbeing of victims and survivors of domestic violence in Sullivan County was funded to support its ability to continue to serve the 1000+ survivors its serves annually.
Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN) of Bethlehem, which supports rural entrepreneurs in Carroll, Coos and Grafton Counties, was funded to support its ability to deliver more on-line programming to those its serves.