Annual Golf Tournament ’14 – ’17

We are excited to share that since 2014 our annual golf tournament has raised over $350,000 for! With the support of our golfers, volunteers, and loyal sponsors, can continue to support NH’s Families, Elderly, Education, & Disadvantaged. The tournament is held each year at the Manchester Country Club

NH ProStart Invitational ’15 – ’18

The NH ProStart State Invitational is New Hampshire’s premier culinary competition featuring high school juniors and seniors. During this intense competition, participating teams demonstrate their creative abilities through the preparation of a three-course meal in 60 minutes, using only two butane burners; all without access to running water or electricity. There is no room for error as the teams are evaluated on taste, skill, teamwork, safety and sanitation!

Thanks for Giving ’14 – ’17

The Thanks For Giving fundraiser held at all T-BONES and Cactus Jack’s restaurants, raises funds to help support NH’s non-profits serving Families, Elderly, Education, and Disadvantaged. Since 2014, from this fundraiser, has donated $254,000 to local NH non-profits.

Snow Angel Challenge

The Snow Angel Challenge came about to raise awareness and donations for We are asking supporters to take the challenge! Put on your shorts and t-shirt and get your best snow angel on video! After taking the challenge, tag FEEDNH’s Facebook Page to share your video. In addition, share it with all your social media friends. In your challenge, ask your friends to take the challenge within 24 hours and donate $10 to or forfeit the challenge and donate $100.

Wicked Scary Week ’16-’17

The Copper Door Restaurant in Bedford hosts Wicked Scary Week, a week-long fundraiser in October, for – Great NH Restaurants’ Charitable Trust. Diners can order from the Wicked Scary Prix Fixe Menu or enjoy a glass of spooky sangria. Five Dollars of every Wicked Scary Menu item ordered was donated to In addition to the “scary menu” customers made a $20 donation to spin the Donation Prize Wheel to earn great prizes. The event, over the past two years, has raised over $21,400 for