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Providing a safe family-oriented shelter for homeless pregnant women, their babies and children. New Generations offers more than shelter.

We are an umbrella organization that provides technical and financial support to 14 member agencies who provide services to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.

The mission of the NH Association of Natural Resource Scientists is to promote the responsible use of natural resources and the natural resource science professions in New Hampshire, as well as to represent the diverse private, public, and educational interests of our membership.

Works to build communities that support families in this critical period of their lives gives babies the opportunity to grow and develop into happy, healthy and productive members of society.

Founded in 1971, New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) is a statewide legal aid organization with four decades of experience in providing low-income and elderly clients with access to justice.  NHLA’s mission is to fulfill America’s promise of equal justice by providing civil legal services to New Hampshire’s poor, including education and empowerment, advice, representation, and advocacy for systemic change.

The New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors Association/NH Training Institute on Addictive Disorders educates about alcohol and other drug related issues, as well as advocates on the issues pertinent to both NH citizens impacted by substance use disorders, and behavioral health professionals in substance use prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.

Is your nonprofit planning to relocate or renovate its current facility? Then you should know about the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund. The Community Loan Fund offers loans for facility projects that help nonprofit organizations strengthen or expand their essential services. The Community Loan Fund knows that nonprofits throughout New Hampshire contribute to the social, emotional and economic health of our communities by meeting a wide variety of basic human needs.

Since 2000, the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications has brought in media and business professionals from around New Hampshire to teach free classes and low-cost workshops in all types of communications-related topics. Mrs. Loeb, the late president and publisher of The Union Leader and Sunday News, founded the school to give the public access to information about the First Amendment, journalism and communications in general.

Nashua PAL's mission: to create a positive attitude between the children of Nashua and the members of the Police Department through PAL sponsored sports, enrichment, recreation, leadership, and educational activities.

The missioin of the Nashua Area Artists Association (NAAA) is to inspire lifelong learning, empower the individual and engage the community of all ages in the creative arts.

New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom strives to help students across the state develop an understanding and appreciation of how agriculture is an integral part of their everyday lives.

Built in 2005, the North Country Community Recreation Center offers indiviual recreation on a donation basis.  Our mission is to improve the physical and social well being of our neighbors and friends by providing year round recreational programs in a high quality environment.

A leader in providing professional development and educational services, facilitating partnerships and fostering collaborations that benefit member schools, advocating for resources for teachers and students, and continuously creating opportunities that enhance education in the North Country.

New Hampshire Kids Count is dedicated to improving the lives of all children by advocating for public initiatives that make a real difference. For over 26 years, we have taken courageous positions as the only independent multi-issue child advocacy organization in the state, our allegiance is to children and children only.

As one of New Hampshire's oldest cultural organizations (founded in 1952) the Festival started as a summer music camp on Lake Winnipesaukee Melody Island. Growth in popularity and funding brought professionalism and outreach to Lakes Region towns, as well as year-round music programs in the schools.

The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts is a state agency enhancing the quality of life in New Hampshire by stimulating economic growth through the arts, investing in the creativity of students, making the arts accessible to underserved populations, and preserving heritage arts. A Division of the New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources, our mission is to promote the arts to protect and enrich New Hampshire’s unique quality of life.

Since The Nashua Senior Activity Center first opened in 1978 it has been a focal point for more than 2,000 people over the age of 50 in the greater Nashua area who depend on the center to support their independence, increase their social network, and improve their quality of life. 

The New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute was founded in 1994 in order to provide musculoskeletal healthcare professionals with a resource for continuing education and collegiality; we also conduct research. After a recent strategic planning effort, we have expanded our education focus to include healthcare professions students as well as the public. 

New Heights is the Seacoast’s largest, most comprehensive out-of-school program for young people between the ages of 11 to 18 (those entering 6th grade to those in 12th.) Our over-arching mission is to help teens make a successful transition to adulthood. We do this by providing teens with health-related opportunities and programs that foster respect for themselves, others, and the environment.

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