New Hampshire

Directory of Charitable Funds in New Hampshire Contacts DCF

An alphabetical listing of those grant-making organizations registered with the New Hampshire Attorney General, with assets of over $25,000. Copies of the 990-PFs are also available at www.guidestar.org or other charity ‘watchdog’ websites

https://www.doj.nh.gov/charitable-trusts/documents/directory-alphabetical.pdf

 

Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund offers renewable, four-year scholarships to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others (in school, their community, or at home), a strong work ethic, and leadership qualities.

http://phillips-scholarship.org/

 

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is the largest provider of publicly available scholarships in New Hampshire, awarding more than $5.5 million to 1,500 promising students each year.

https://www.nhcf.org/how-can-we-help-you/apply-for-a-scholarship/

 

Certificate, license or other industry-recognized credential

For students of any age who are pursuing short-term vocational or technical studies in fields such as automotive technology, plumbing, heating, construction, advanced manufacturing, computer repair, licensed nursing assistant, etc.

https://www.nhcf.org/how-can-we-help-you/apply-for-a-scholarship/

 

Two-year or associate degree program

Academic excellence is not a factor in selecting candidates for awards; however, we do expect students to demonstrate reasonable achievement and a commitment to their chosen field of study.

https://www.nhcf.org/how-can-we-help-you/apply-for-a-scholarship/

 

Four-year or bachelor’s degree program

Students are selected to receive awards based on financial need, academic merit and other non-academic factors such as community service, school activities and work experience. Highest priority is given to students with the fewest financial resources.

https://www.nhcf.org/how-can-we-help-you/apply-for-a-scholarship/

 

Master’s, Ph.D. or other advanced degree program

Students are selected to receive awards based on financial need, academic merit and other non-academic factors such as community service, school activities and work experience. Highest priority is given to students with the fewest financial resources.

https://www.nhcf.org/how-can-we-help-you/apply-for-a-scholarship/