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On Thanksgiving we give thanks…on Black Friday we get deals…
on Cyber Monday we go online…on #GivingTuesday we give back!
This year on #GivingTuesday, Monadnock United Way has a lofty goal—to raise $5,000 in just one day! Plus thanks to a generous ‘challenge grant’ from an anonymous donor, that $5,000 could be doubled!
On #GivingTuesday, be the game changer—the stop talking, start doing, band together and take on the impossible task master by going to and help Monadnock United Way meet the challenge of RAISING $5,000 IN ONE DAY, and double the impact with the additional $5,000 from the challenge grant!
You can donate as an individual, join a team, or start a team. It doesn't matter how much you give, $1 or $10 or $100 or more, any amount is appreciated! Spread the word by using the hash tag ‘#muwgamechanger’, or tell your friends, your family, your neighbors, even your co-workers!

We have one life. To live better, we must Live United… 
Because United we WIN!

It's Never Too Late to DONATE!
Are you a nonprofit?
Check out these two upcoming programs
from NH Center for Nonprofits:
High-Impact Volunteer Engagement (HIVE) Program (
Applications due November 30
An intensive one year program that combines workshops and one-on-one consulting, the HIVE program is designed to help nonprofits maximize the impact and engagement of skilled volunteers. Twenty organizations will be chosen to take a team through this program which culminates in a completed volunteer engagement project that will build capacity for the organization to continue to effectively engage highly-skilled volunteers in future projects.
Applications due December 4
Board and staff teams from 15 nonprofit organizations will participate in a 6-month program based upon the teachings of The Sustainability Mindset (, co-authored by Steve Zimmerman. The program combines in-person workshops, webinars and coaching to help selected organizations understand what sustainability means for their organizations, deepen their understanding of their business model, and develop strategies to strengthen their organizations.
More information about both programs can be found at

2017-18 MUW Campaign

Watch Amanda's Story and hear how the power of collective impact—United Way partners, employers, friends and family, and even non-funded partners—can bring about positive change!

Impact Monadnock Merges with Monadnock United Way

Merger will support growth of the region’s Early Childhood initiatives 

Keene, NH – Impact Monadnock, an early childhood development initiative in the Monadnock Region, merged with Monadnock United Way (MUW) on July 18, 2017. Founded three years ago, Impact Monadnock (IM) was created in response to research indicating that increasing support for early childhood development can have a powerful impact on the region’s long-term success in areas as broad as child well-being and the ability to graduate and earn a living in this region.

(Click here to read entire press release)

Read the August 10 article online at

Monadnock United Way 2016-2021 Strategic Plan:
Harnessing the Power of Community To Change Lives
In 2012, the Monadnock United Way (MUW) and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation partnered with the NH Center for Public Policy Studies to conduct extensive research with a goal of uncovering gaps in the well-being of people living in the Monadnock Region. The goals of that study were to:
  • Identify major trends and community needs in our region
  • Identify evidence-based solutions to address those needs
  • Explore a systems approach to address the needs at the root cause
Of the many factors that influence a community’s well-being, three foundational areas were identified as high priority for our community to address. In these three areas, our region fell significantly behind other areas of our state. Those include:
  • Children—The rates of teenage pregnancy, and child abuse and neglect are higher in this region than all but three counties in the state.
  • Education—High school students in this region generally scored lower than the top 25% in the rest of the state.
  • Financial Stability—The region is losing high-paying jobs and our wages are the second lowest in the state.
These three factors tend to cycle together. On a positive note, when children, education, and financial stability needs are addressed as a whole, they positively affect other areas including substance abuse, hunger and homelessness.
Related documents:

Do you want to know what agencies and programs funded in 2016?
Download the Agency/Program listing



Follow this link to our 2016-17 Campaign Video: