2021 Grant Recipients

Arts in Reach, serving Rockingham and Strafford counties was funded to support operations and empower teenage girls through inclusive, creative community and the arts.

Belknap House of Laconia, which provides a safe shelter for homeless families in Belknap County was funded to support their transition to a year-round shelter for homeless families.

Brigid’s House of Hope which encourages hope, healing and support for victims of Human Trafficking was funded to support operations for a Human Trafficking Safe House in NH.

Carroll County YMCA strengthens the Spirit, Mind and Body of youth, families and communities and was funded to support the “Y We Lead” Leadership Program for Middle School Girls.

Children’s Museum of New Hampshire of Dover, which engages families across the state in hands-on discovery was funded to support their Girls + STEAM program for girls in first through fourth grade.

Circle Program which works to empower, transform and enrich girls’ lives through community, connections, camp and mentorship was funded to support operations for the camp and year-round mentoring program.

Clarity Connections Center which provides support to women starting over due to incarceration or substance use disorder was funded to support the “A Good Friend” program for recently incarcerated women in NH.

Family Promise of Southern NH which guides families as they rise from homelessness to sustainable independence was funded to support homeless shelter operations.

Feminist Health Center (Joan Lovering Center) which honors, respects and advocates for the right of everyone to maintain freedom and choices regarding their own sexual and reproductive health was funded to support operations for the reproductive and sexual health center.

Girls at Work which empowers girls with the tools to overcome adversity and build confidence was funded to support the after-school woodworking program for low-income girls in Manchester, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club.

Harris Center for Conservation Education of Hancock, which promotes understanding and respect for the natural environment was funded to support the “Lab Girls” program for rural middle and high school girls statewide.

HAVEN, which supports and empowers women, men and youth to heal from abuse and rebuild their lives was funded to support moving to Survivor-Driven, Trauma-Informed Mobile Advocacy and Community-Based Case Management.

International Institute of New England which creates opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship was funded to support an LNA training program for recent immigrants.

Manchester Community Action Coalition which provides a safe space for the marginalized community in Manchester to discuss, share and discover needs within the community was funded to support operations for this growing organization, which supports women and girls of color in the Manchester area.

Monadnock Area Transitional Shelter which provides safe transitional housing for people who are homeless until they can reestablish an independent living situation and return to self-sufficiency was funded to provide operating support for its second building.

Remedial Herstory Project was funded to support operations for this nonprofit working to get women’s history into the K – 12 curriculum.

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Seacoast Family Promise which empowers families with children who are experiencing homelessness to achieve sustainable independence was funded to support the “Building Promise for Mothers Experiencing Homelessness” Program.

The Every Voice Coalition was funded to support operations for this student-led nonprofit working to end campus sexual violence statewide.

TLC Family Resource Center which builds connections between people and strengthens the community was funded to promote optional health and development of children, youth and families in Sullivan and Grafton Counties.

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 moving training for domestic violence advocates online and on demand.

YMCA of Greater Nashua which responds to critical needs and offers lifelong support to families and individuals was funded to support affordable childcare and camp for low-income single women.