Is your company or organization looking for a unique way to be linked with excellence? Each year, we offer a number of customizable opportunities to gain outstanding exposure before 20,000 Granite State individuals, organizations, and businesses.
For more than 30 years, New Hampshire Humanities has gathered New Hampshire’s corporate, civic, academic, and philanthropic communities together for networking and inspiration during its Annual Celebration. Nearly 600 guests attend the Annual Celebration, which raises funds vital to New Hampshire Humanities' ability to bring free public humanities programs to the people of New Hampshire.
Humanities to Go is our most popular program, bringing 700+ free events to hundreds of New Hampshire communities each year. Humanities to Go reaches tens of thousands of Granite Staters, providing opportunities for life-long learning and face-to-face conversations on a wide array of subjects from New Hampshire's Colonial history to the lasting impact of sheep on the state's landscape.
Connections is New Hampshire Humanities' book discussion program for adult new readers offered in partnership with adult basic education and ESOL classes, the prisons, and refugee resettlement organizations. Participants are both native speakers and new Americans. The program uses the best of children’s literature and New Hampshire Humanities-trained facilitators to promote English language skills, promote a culture of reading, nurture conversation in which readers contribute their own ideas and stories, and reinforce family literacy.
~ Connections adult literacy student
New Hampshire Humanities creates and conducts major, multi-year special initiatives that give New Hampshire citizens the opportunity to delve deep into critical issues.
Our quarterly print publication, Engage!, is mailed to more than 3,000 curious-minded Granite Staters and the digital version is shared with 18,000+ recipients. Position your organization in front of this thriving and informed audience with an ad in our print and digital publications. Contact Rebecca Kinhan to learn more about Engage! sponsorship opportunities.
New Hampshire Humanities programs are made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this these programs do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or New Hampshire Humanities.