Good Health and Realized Potential for All

A Future Bold Enough to Match the Times

The Endowment for Health works to improve the health and reduce the burden of illness for the people of New Hampshire, especially the vulnerable and underserved. We envision a future where all people who call New Hampshire their home are happy, healthy and thriving. A future where healthy aging is easy, and every child has what they need to grow to be their best self. A future where differences among our people are welcomed and celebrated. A future where geography and circumstances do not define our wellbeing. A future of hopeful possibilities. Join us.

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My Flourish Moment


Hear from a variety of Endowment for Health Community partners who share their experiences during the pandemic, explaining what they've weathered and how they are flourishing despite the challenges.

Children's Behavioral Health

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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.

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Early Childhood

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Scientific research demonstrates the importance of early childhood experiences to healthy development and health outcomes. Early childhood experiences literally shape the brain’s architecture, establishing either a sturdy or fragile base for all the learning, health and behavior that follows.

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Forward Fund

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Focused on the needs of the health care workforce

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Health Equity

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Everyone in NH deserves a fair opportunity for health. We support initiatives to build welcoming, equitable and healthy communities.

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Health Policy

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Working with others to enable policy and systems changes that are advancing some of the most critical health matters facing New Hampshire’s residents.

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Healthy Aging

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Age-friendly communities are places that work for us at every age and stage of life. We support the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging as it creates a new conversation about healthy aging and advances policies and practices to support all of us as we age.

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Opportunity Grants

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The Opportunity Grants program was established to meet community needs and opportunities outside the scope of the Endowment’s priority areas. Opportunity Grant applications are considered on a rolling basis.

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Fresh Takes -- Investing in Our Children and Families

Hear from EH Program Director Kim Firth and community partners on the importance of creating an environment where kids and families can flourish and where the economy can thrive.

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Ned Helms & Betsy Paine: Connecting with neighbors strengthens democracy

EH Board members Ned Helms and Betsy Paine ask their fellow Granite Staters an important question in this Union Leader opinion piece: What kind of democracy do we believe in? A selective one or an expansive one?

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Embracing a Future Focus on Health

Endowment for Health President Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry discusses equity and health as she describes efforts in New Hampshire to engage residents in envisioning the future of health. The aspirations of Granite Staters are feeding into a national strategy to set the course for the future of health 30 years from now and beyond.

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