On March 8, 2021, International Women’s Day, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation launched their inaugural Gender Justice Café series with A Global Look at Gender Justice. With the help of
We have joined in solidarity with our Women’s Funding Network sisters on this Statement of Solidarity and Call for Liberation from State Violence Today’s verdict may bring relief, but it does
We are excited to announce three key personnel changes: Crystal Paradis has been hired as Director of Strategic Communications and Community Engagement; Karen Tebbenhoff is transitioning to an expanded role
On March 17th, a 21-year old white man murdered six Asian-American women, one white woman, and one white man in a violent rampage in Atlanta, Georgia. As a global alliance
Join us for A Global Look at Gender JusticeMonday March 8, 2021 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Start your International Women’s Day with a panel talking about global gender justice.
NH Women’s Foundation opposes HB 625, HB 622, HB 430, HB 434, HB 596 and HB 233 We are in the midst of a public health crisis where women are
February is Black History Month, and this year we’re highlighting the profiles of three Black women from the New Hampshire Women’s Heritage Trail. Learn more about the New Hampshire Women’s