A new report analyzes the economic cost and benefits of funding evidence-based early-childhood programs in N.H.
Plan, shop first and share for a more-cleansing spring cleaning experience.
More than any other asset of a resident-owned community, its infrastructure must be monitored and maintained.
New Hampshire's food cooperatives invest some of their savings in ways that promote affordable housing cooperatives, like resident-owned communities (ROCs).
The education, training, and technical assistance we provide sets our borrowers up to make better financial decisions for the rest of their lives.
#1: Opportunity. For all. It's what we believe in. It's what we do.
Our top five blog posts of 2016 illustrate the need for the work we do.
Donors here can choose whether to direct their gifts to borrower education and training, or to our permanent fund.
NH Community Loan Fund President Juliana Eades looks back on a year filled with highlights.