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Awarded Monday, March 15, 2010

You Have the Power: Small Steps to Better Health Conference

Lamprey Health Care
To raise awareness and promote healthy behaviors related to the prevention and control of diabetes and cardiovascular disease among minority groups and by convening a statewide conference that will provide information, education, and training addressing these issues.
Amount Awarded: $4,785
Awarded Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Operational Capacity Need

New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition
To strengthen organizational capacity and ensure security of current programs reliant on secure databases by supporting acquisition of essential small business network components.
Amount Awarded: $10,000
Awarded Monday, September 21, 2009

Africans United for Stronger Families

The Way Home
To foster healthy environments and relationships among African parents and children in Manchester by developing curriculum for and piloting a culturally appropriate family support model based on national best practices.
Amount Awarded: $45,402
Awarded Monday, September 21, 2009

Statewide Immigrant Integration Coalition

New Hampshire Catholic Charities
To improve the health, safety and well-being of immigrants and refugees in New Hampshire by identifying best practices for serving, supporting, and integrating newcomers and by creating a plan for a statewide coalition to collaborate, communicate, and advocate for services, programs and resources that enhance the health and quality of life for immigrants and refugees in our state.
Amount Awarded: $30,313
Awarded Monday, September 21, 2009

Sustaining the New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition

New Hampshire Minority Health Coalition
To ensure quality advocacy, nonprofit capacity building and knowledge development for the health system in NH in order to improve the health of NH residents by sustaining the general operations of key NH nonprofits.
Amount Awarded: $25,000
Awarded Monday, June 15, 2009

Camps for Diversity

Southern District YMCA
To help refugee, immigrant and American schoolchildren develop capacity for respect, understanding, and compassion for the life experiences and cultural backgrounds of all people by offering opportunities to increase knowledge and understanding of other cultures, develop intercultural relationships and develop young people as leaders and role models in reducing destructive prejudices and misunderstanding within schools and the broader community through service learning projects.
Amount Awarded: $60,400
Awarded Monday, June 15, 2009

Fences and Neighbors: New Hampshire's Immigration Stories

New Hampshire Humanities Council
To improve social connection and overall well-being within NH's diverse communities by increasing cultural understanding and knowledge about immigration among diverse stakeholders (particularly health care professionals and policy makers) through public education and by engaging newcomers and native-born community members in sustained and productive dialogue.
Amount Awarded: $56,030
Awarded Monday, June 15, 2009

Gate City Health and Wellness Immigrant Integration Initiative

City of Nashua Division of Public Health and Community Services
To reduce social and cultural barriers to health and well-being for immigrants and refugees in the City of Nashua by strengthening coordination among municipal, social and health care agencies to better serve new arrivals, empowering individuals to navigate various public systems and improving the provision of culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
Amount Awarded: $76,079
Awarded Monday, June 15, 2009

Increasing Organizational Capacity for the Coalition of African Organizations

Somali Development Center
To enhance the organizational capacity for the member organizations of the Coalition of African Organizations and building shared systems for effective collaboration by retaining consultant management support for the period of one year.
Amount Awarded: $15,000