New Hampshire Women’s Foundation Statement of Solidarity and Condemnation of Police Brutality

In solidarity with our partners at the Women’s Funding Network, we jointly released the following statement today:

Today, amidst ongoing protests against police violence, spurred by the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, members of the Women’s Funding Network issued a statement of solidarity with Black communities and condemned police brutality and systemic racism. The statement is a call to action for philanthropy to support community-based solutions.

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2019 WBC

2019 WBC

15th Annual Women Building Community Luncheon Women’s Voices Rise: 1969-2019 Our 15th annual WBC took place on October 24, 2019. We honored the pioneering women and organizations that were the base on which the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation of today…

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iFundWomen

A New Tool for NH Women Business Owners iFundWomen New Hampshire provides women-owned businesses with coaching and the access to capital they need to help them successfully launch and grow. In a partnership with Mayor Joyce Craig, the Center for Women…

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