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2022 Grant Recipients

Arts in Reach, serving Rockingham and Strafford counties, was funded for their work to empower teenage girls and gender expansive youth through inclusive, creative community.

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Belknap House of Laconia was funded for their work to provide families in Belknap County a safe shelter.


Circle Program which serves Belknap, Carroll, Grafton, and Merrimack counties was funded to strengthen Circle’s Mentoring Program.


Claremont Learning Partnership in Sullivan county was funded to continue their employee childcare benefit.


COVER Home Repair, which serves Grafton, Merrimack and Sullivan counties, was funded to Operating support for the work to develop models for recruiting and operating all-women volunteer carpenter crews, including transgender women and non-binary persons.

Families Flourish Northeast, Statewide, was funded to support the final planning phase for a high intensity residential substance-use treatment center for pregnant and parenting women and their children


Granite State News Collaborative, Statewide, was funded to support their project to train women to cover their local governing boards.


Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship, serving Cheshire county, was funded to continue and expand their free and low-cost programming to support women entrepreneurs.

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International Institute of New England, which serves Hillsborough and Merrimack counties, was funded to support their continuing “LNA for Success” project, which provides low-income immigrants with job training and placement in a growing industry offering family-sustaining wages.

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Joan G. Lovering Health Center, serving Belknap, Coos, Carroll, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Strafford counties, was funded to support their work to make sexual and reproductive healthcare accessible to 300 women.

Kimball Jenkins, serving Merrimack county, was funded to support their “Art is Health” project, in partnership with the Crisis Center of NH, engaging residents and their children at the Emergency Shelter in weekly art making classes.


Manchester Community Action Coalition, serving Hillsborough county, was funded to support women and girls of color through grassroots organizing community engagement and peer support work with marginalized community members in Manchester.

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Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter, serving Cheshire and Hillsborough counties, was funded to support their “Hope Fund” which addresses participants transportation needs.

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Overcomers Refugee Services, which serves Merrimack county, was funded to support their year-long series of monthly meetings for refugee and immigrant women.


Patriot Resilient Leader Institute, which serves Belknap county, was funded to support their Veteran Women Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma, Camp Resilience Retreat.


Reproductive Freedom Fund, which serves people Statewide, was funded to enable them to meet the financial need of any Granite Stater obtaining an abortion.


Seacoast Community School, which serves Rockingham county, was funded to provide support for the childcare costs for single mothers facing economic hardship so they can stay in the workforce.


Seacoast Soul Models, which serves Rockingham and Strafford counties, was funded to support their programs dedicated to empowering girls to discover their authentic selves as they become mindful, confident, creative and engaged leaders.


The Daily Good, which serves Cheshire county, was funded to support their Multicultural Student Food Pantry at Keene State College.


The Every Voice Coalition, Statewide, was funded for their work to end campus violence by passing student-written, survivor-centered legislation and building coalitions to empower the next generation of community leaders.

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WISE, serving Grafton county, was funded to support their Youth Advocacy Program, which will affect approximately 150 people.

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Women of the Mountains Birth Initiative (WOMB), serving Carroll, Coos, and Grafton counties, was funded for their work to empower and enrich the lives of all women through information and resources during the journey into and through motherhood.


Women’s Rural Entrepreneurial Network (WREN), serving Coos and Grafton counties, was funded to support their “Women’s Work Initiative” which will bring more women into the workforce, increase the median income of women with children and reduce the number of women with children living in poverty.

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