The holiday season is all about giving and reflecting on the year that has been and looking ahead to a year of new possibilities. Monadnock has always believed in being a good citizen, not just in the corporate arena, but also to the people with whom and the communities in which we live and work. We are proud to invest in our people, in our technology, and in our partnerships. Awards and recognition aren’t why we do it. We do it because we live here. We do it because we raise our families here. And we do it because we would like to leave New Hampshire as pristine as we found it nearly two centuries ago.
Lean into the spirit of giving and join us in supporting these Monadnock area nonprofits this year and let’s build a better world together.
Through collaborative partnerships with Monadnock State Park, The Monadnock Advisory Commission, The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Town of Jaffrey, and The Waterman Fund the MERE Project ultimately seeks to promote informed use and foster appreciation of Mount Monadnock through ecological research, monitoring, and educational outreach.
The MERE Project’s education and outreach provide an effective venue for educating the public of how management decisions are being made to preserve the spirit and ecology of Mount Monadnock for future generations to enjoy and learn from. Monadnock Paper Mills is proud to support this mission.
The Monadnock-Sunappe Greenway Trail Club’s mission over the past 25+ years continues to be yearly trail maintenance efforts along the 48-mile hiking trail, supporting their volunteers and trail adopters and promoting the awareness of this beautiful, remote, well-kept secret – “The Greenway”.
In addition to the club’s continued Greenway maintenance, they support landowner relations, relocations, campsites, and many other aspects. Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail Club is always looking for helping hands to give back. If you’re interested in keeping the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway a great hiking trail, consider adopting or co-adopting a section. See you on the trail!
The Department of Natural & Cultural Resources (DNCR) is dedicated to protecting, promoting, and managing a wide variety of New Hampshire’s natural, recreational and cultural resources. Together, these resources help define our state and are major drivers of our economy and high quality of life, strengthening the experience of N.H. residents and guests.
We are so grateful for their commitment to the conservation and preservation of New Hampshire’s cultural heritage and protecting our state’s biodiversity.
Mount Monadnock State Park has been a focal point for the inspiration of artists, authors, and poets for centuries since it was first climbed in the early 1700s. Monadnock State Park is full of limitless adventures. Our mill was renamed Monadnock Paper Mills in 1870, portending a legacy of excellence and commitment to the environment. **ecology:
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is an organization that has protected, managed, and advocated for forests for 120 years. The Society was founded in 1901 in response to the unsustainable logging that deforested the White Mountain National Forest. In this critical time of climate change, the Forest Society’s mission is more important than ever, protecting New Hampshire’s most important land and promoting the use of its renewable natural resources. We applaud them for their continued commitment to our great state.
Since 1989, the Monadnock Conservancy, together with willing landowners, has permanently conserved 21,000 acres in 29 towns throughout the Monadnock region of New Hampshire. The Monadnock Conservancy and their Trail Blazer volunteers work tirelessly to protect the beautiful lands across southwestern New Hampshire, to ensure it is unspoiled for those of us who live and work here and for future generations – “Together, protecting forever the land we love”.
Learn. Protect. Research. Explore. All of this is made possible by the Harris Center for Conservation Education, a transformative force in the Monadnock Region, that promotes the understanding and respect for nature through education initiatives, conservation research, and programs that encourage participation in the great outdoors. Share your love of nature with a donation in honor of someone special, or a gift of Harris Center books, calendars, or apparel.
Across all levels of our organization, we believe there’s a lot to be said for doing the right thing — simply because it’s the right thing to do. NH Audubon fully reflects that statement. NH Audubon’s programs protect beloved species like Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons, educate youth and adults about conservation, and manage 7,500 acres of sanctuary habitat.
There is always something going on at NH Audubon. Your gift helps New Hampshire Audubon continue to protect our state’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.
MacDowell’s mission is to nurture the arts by offering creative individuals of the highest talent an inspiring environment in which they can produce enduring works of the imagination.
By making your tax-deductible donation, you will enable artists to reach new heights in their work and careers. MacDowell provides crucial time and space to more than 8,000 artists.
By supporting artists at MacDowell, you become part of the creative process and help make the world a better place through art.
Arts Alive! is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to support, grow, and connect a sustainable arts landscape in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire. Arts Alive! supports Creative Economy businesses in the Monadnock region through connecting the community, providing data on the impact of the sector, incubating new businesses, and offering creative workshops. Through Monadnock Arts Alive! efforts, the local economy, and culture in the region continue to thrive.
Join Monadnock Paper Mills in supporting and expanding the role of art in our community.
Since the beginning it’s always been our mission to give back as much as we can and use our business for good, join us in supporting these Monadnock area nonprofits this year.
Monadnock and its employees continue their support of civic organizations; drug and alcohol abuse prevention programs; local schools, museums, conservation programs, and historical societies; local family service organizations, community resource and rehabilitative programs; and the arts and music. Monadnock will continue to support these institutions and foster engagement in the communities where we all live and work.