Donor Impact

Mark Huddleston at a podium

Campaign Chat

UNH Magazine’s Kristin Waterfield Duisberg recently sat down with President Mark Huddleston to learn more about UNH’s $275 million comprehensive campaign, “Celebrate 150: The Campaign for UNH.” You’ve set a fundraising goal of $275 million for... Read More
Vegetables at a farmer's market
In a large meeting room at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, Connecticut, nearly 200 people had gathered to talk about one of the most... Read More
Eric Muirhead
Eric Muirhead says he learned about Northeast Passage’s PATH program at a good time, a time when, as he puts it, his life was “going downhill.”  Read More

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    - Global Impact
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    - Samantha's Story
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