Join us as a presenter for the 2022 Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism.
This event is a professional development opportunity with the goal of supporting and strengthening New Hampshire’s volunteer programs and organizations. View the event page to learn more.
Please submit up to three session proposals by Friday, February 11.
Check out our Volunteer Resource Center to view previous session recordings.
In this time filled with uncertainty and change, flexible funding is what allows Volunteer NH to respond quickly and effectively, connecting nonprofits to the volunteer resources required to address community needs throughout New Hampshire.
Your donation of any amount will help to reinforce our ability to build strong and connected communities through volunteerism.
Will you support our mission?
This section of our website was created with the goal of equipping organizations and volunteers of all kinds with appropriate training, tools, and recognition.
Inside you will find information about Get Connected, our volunteer-matching database, 42 recorded sessions from our Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism, video introductions to common topics of interest, tools & templates you can download and put to use, and even funding opportunities.
Volunteer NH envisions our state as a place where people volunteer together to build strong and connected communities.
We bring our vision to life by engaging those communities to solve local challenges through volunteerism.
What We Do
Partner with organizations to train volunteers and connect them with resources
Promote volunteerism throughout New Hampshire
Support local service programs
Recognize outstanding volunteer contributions
Train volunteers & volunteer managers
News and Funding Opportunities
CONTACT: Aislinn Kalob email@example.com 603-271-7200 CONCORD, NH – Livestreamed by Concord TV from the Bank of NH Stage on Wednesday, November 17th, the 2021 Spirit of NH Awards honored more than sixty award recipients representing hundreds of v …
Volunteer NH, New Hampshire’s State Service Commission, is looking for qualified and motivated individuals to join our Board of Directors. Candidates should have a passion for our mission: engaging NH communities to solve local challenges through volun …
CONTACT: Aislinn Kalob Aislinn@volunteernh.org 603-271-7200 CONCORD, NH – Volunteers and volunteer champions from across the Granite State will receive well-deserved recognition for their efforts throughout the past year during the 2021 Spirit …
PLEASE NOTE: This notice is for AmeriCorps New Hampshire Competitive Grant Programs. These grants are awarded to organizations to operate an AmeriCorps program that will place AmeriCorps members in service in New Hampshire. Only Legal Applicants that h …
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In 2020, Volunteer NH awarded the first-ever People's Choice Award to Ishwori Bhatta live during the Spirit of NH Awards. The event was virtual, but because our team had recorded interviews with each awardee before the event, we were able to play his during the event....
Volunteer NH and Granite United Way have partnered to bring you Get Connected, an online hub for volunteerism in New Hampshire. Volunteers use Get Connected to find nearby opportunities that fit their interests and schedules. Nonprofits use it to attract, manage and report on volunteer activities in their organizations. Needs are searchable and categorized by location, organization and/or focus (such as animals, disaster relief, etc.).
With Get Connected, both volunteering and volunteer recruitment have never been easier.
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These companies are investing in building strong and connected communities throughout New Hampshire.
Here are a few of the many service-driven accomplishments that Volunteer NH has supported.
Economically disadvantaged individuals received housing placement services.
Students improved their behaviors related to academic engagement and performance.
Ready Corps members were trained in shelter fundamentals and emergency response.
Individuals increased their knowledge of environmental stewardship
Individuals affected by substance use and behavioral health disorders received services addressing a crisis event, housing, transportation or literacy challenges
Volunteer needs were responded to using the online Get Connected application