Banking on Kindness
Feeding the hungry, building homes and funding healthy communities.
We bank on kindness.
The Bank of New Hampshire team is committed to putting our money where our mouth is when it comes to being the state’s leader in community banking. Our Banking on Kindness Initiative is dedicated to leveraging our team and finances to better the communities where we live, work and play. We are about more than just cutting checks – we’re about getting out in our communities and supporting the organizations that are making a difference in the lives of those we serve.
In the last year alone we contributed:
2,600 hours of service.
242 organizations supported.
What kind of help do you need?
We’re focusing on Youth Services in 2024! The Contributions Committee will give priority to organizations and/or projects/programs that align with this current focus.
The Bank of New Hampshire Contributions Committee meets on a quarterly basis to review applications for donations from organizations throughout the state. Fill out the application below to be considered.
Applications for sponsorships are also reviewed on a quarterly basis. The event date must be at least 30 days after the notification date for the current quarter to allow sufficient time for processing and deliverables. Sponsorship requests are considered equally with a priority given to organizations with a banking relationship and/or employee volunteer/board connection.
Bank of New Hampshire has maintained a strong legacy of community service through countless hours invested by our employees. If your organization is in need of volunteers for a specific event or initiative, you can request volunteers from Bank of New Hampshire.
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Please note that an organization may only submit one Donations Application and one Sponsorship Application within a calendar year, and applications must both be submitted in the same quarter.
Giving back to create a better place.
We are honored to partner with Bank of New Hampshire, whose continued support demonstrates that they also share our belief in every students’ potential.Amanda MartineauMonarch School of New England
Bank of New Hampshire’s continued commitment to CATCH Neighborhood Housing is a demonstration not just of their commitment to our organization and the issue of affordable housing, but also to the individuals, families and businesses we support.Tom FurtadoPresident and CEO
CATCH Neighborhood Housing
Giving back to the Community that helps me succeed in my professional career is extremely important to me. I am able to use the skills I use on the job at Bank of New Hampshire in the community to help grow programs and awareness in various sectors.Jeanin OnosVP Retail Collections Officer
Bank of New Hampshire
Lending a hand
Building homes with Habitat for Humanity.
Feeding the hungry
Raising $30,000 for 19 pantries across the state.
Funding health centers
Donating $10,000 to Greater Seacoast Community Health.
Backing first responders
Giving $5,000 to Camp Resilience for their “Armor Up” Retreat.