AmeriCorps members tackle pressing challenges within our communities like ensuring that children succeed in school and helping survivors of domestic violence find safety.
We closed out 2020 with an exciting new fund dedicated to supporting AmeriCorps members’ essential needs. Thanks to our generous donors, we provided $70 in food or fuel assistance to 138 members from 10 AmeriCorps programs across NH this spring!
We are just getting started with this fund and have so many ideas for providing meaningful assistance to local AmeriCorps members.
Will you support the AmeriCorps Essential Needs Fund this summer?
Session recordings are now available for viewing!
Did you miss out on attending the (virtual) conference? That’s okay! All session recordings are now publicly available on our website. It’s not too late to view the 18 action-oriented sessions with topics ranging from volunteer management to professional development to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).
P.S. Share feedback to help us host an even better conference in 2022!
Congratulations to all of the award recipients!
- Spirit of NH Award: Jaimie Adams
- People’s Choice Award: Ishwori Bhatta
- Volunteer Manager of the Year: Nicole Finitsis
This virtual event recognized New Hampshire’s amazing volunteers and volunteer initiatives that keep our communities strong.
Click here to access the event recording!
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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
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CONCORD, NH – Nearly 500 individuals from New Hampshire and across the country participated in Volunteer NH’s virtual 2021 Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism on May 11-14, 2021. The conference is an annual professional development opportunity that s …
CONCORD, NH – This spring, more than 550 individuals from New Hampshire and across the country are expected to participate in Volunteer NH’s 2021 Governor’s Conference on Volunteerism. The conference is a professional development opportunity with the g …
Governor Christopher Sununu issued a proclamation declaring March 7-13, 2021 to be AmeriCorps Week in New Hampshire. AmeriCorps Week is a time to celebrate the thousands of currently serving AmeriCorps State and AmeriCorps VISTA members across the coun …
Click here to read about the Squam Lakes Association’s experience hosting an AmeriCorps NCCC team. About AmeriCorps NCCC AmeriCorps NCCC is a full-time, team-based residential service program for 18-26 year-olds. AmeriCorps members serving in the NCCC …
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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.
2021 Annual Event Sponsors
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