FEEDNH.org 50/50 RaffleApril 18, 2019Thank you to all who supported the FEEDNH.org 50/50 Raffle that was held March 17th – April 16th! We received tremendous support and couldn’t be more grateful! Click here to see us drawing the winner! Live 50/50 Raffle Results! Posted by FEEDNH on Tuesday, April 16, 2019
6th Annual FEEDNH.org Golf TournamentAugust 28, 2018Interested in purchasing a Foursome or being a Sponsor for our 6th Annual Great NH Restaurants’ Charitable Trust Golf Tournament in partnership with Martignetti Companies of New Hampshire? Contact us today! firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 488-2833 9:00am Registration 10:15am Registration Closes 10:30am Shotgun Start 3:30pm Cocktail Reception with hors d’oeuvres and Raffle Winners Posted 4:30pm Tournament Prizes Awarded
Granite YMCAMay 8, 2018We were honored to be able to take a tour of the Granite YMCA’s new teen and senior center. The new space is slated to be completed by September. We are thrilled that a portion of our $30,000 Thanks for Giving donation to the YMCA Alliance has helped the YMCA’s throughout the state and made an impact on the Granite ... Read More
Great NH Kids Can CookApril 23, 2018The Great NH Kids Can Cook program, run by Chef Nicole & Chef Megan, introduces kids to the world of cooking and provides them with the skills and education to prepare fun and nutritious meals!
Over $700,000 RaisedApril 16, 2018Since our inception in 2014, FEEDNH.org has raised over $700,000 to benefit NH’s Families, Elderly, Education, & Disadvantaged. Click the image to see what we’ve done!
AmazonSmile · Donate while you shop!March 20, 2018If you’re shopping on Amazon.com use the link Smile.Amazon.com, select FEEDNH.org, and Shop! Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to FEEDNH.org! Start Shopping
The mission of FEEDNH.org Great New Hampshire Restaurants’ Charitable Trust – is to strengthen New Hampshire communities through philanthropic collaboration, dedicated employee involvement and volunteerism benefiting local Families, Elderly, Education, and Disadvantaged.