Communities that make NH a great place to grow up and grow old Young people with fresh perspectives Systems of care that put kids and families first The future leaders of NH Advocacy that provides a powerful voice for NH’s kids Those who break the mold and shape a better tomorrow Those who care for the whole person

Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry explains the challenges and rewards of family caregivers.  Just like it takes a village to raise a child, family caregivers need a "village" of support. That can be family members, neighbors and friends. But it also requires support in the workplace, from health care providers and through community support programs. Caregiving is often described as the hardest work a person will ever do, but it can also be the most rewarding -- with the right support.

Children's Behavioral Health

Children's Behavioral Health

Mental health – social-emotional well-being – is fundamental to overall health and an important contributor to a child’s success in school and in adulthood
Early Childhood

Early Childhood

Children of the Granite State are the next generation of leaders. That’s why we support Spark NH in its work to ensure that all New Hampshire children and their families are healthy, learning and thriving.
Health Equity

Health Equity

Everyone in New Hampshire deserves a fair opportunity for health. We support The Health & Equity Parntership in their efforts to build welcoming, equitable, healthy communities.
Elder Health

Elder Health

New Hampshire’s oldest residents thrive when they live in age-friendly, vibrant communities. We support the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging as it works to improve the culture, policies and services that support older adults and their families, providing a wide range of choices that advance health, independence and dignity.
Health Policy

Health Policy

Equitable health policy should meet the needs of all Granite Staters. The NH Citizens Health Initiative strives to create better health, better care, and lower costs for all New Hampshire residents.
Opportunity Grants

Opportunity Grants

The Endowment recognizes the importance of funding community needs and opportunities outside the priority areas. The next grant submission deadline is December 30, 2016.
Meet Dr. Stephanie Freeman
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Meet Dr. Stephanie Freeman

For Stephanie Freeman of the U.S. Forest Service, everything is a journey
EH 2016 Annual Report
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EH 2016 Annual Report

Featuring the work of the amazing coalitions that EH supports
Report:  Cross-Border Conversations on Caregiving
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Report: Cross-Border Conversations on Caregiving

Northern New England has the oldest population in the country. Caregiving is a significant issue to address this demographic shift.