Donor Impact

Leaning into Leadership

Leaning into Leadership

"We want this program to be a springboard for young women and men to develop the skillset and the mentality to be able to be impactful leaders in whatever career they choose," says donor Morgan Rutman '84.  Read More

Recent Stories

  • UNH Wildcat statue with facemask on
    - A Safety Net for Those in Need
    ‘When this is all over, one of the things people will remember is: Who is really out there helping? These donors gave with a generous spirit; they are part of that group.’ Read More
  • A Little Bright Light
    - A Little Bright Light
    Jacob Claire ’21 was working at the contact center for Service Credit Union and had planned to work from home when COVID-19 hit. But he ran into technical difficulties and wasn’t... Read More
  • Forkey, Lundholm and Brenda Holt Mullaney ’83, ’08G
    - A Long UNH Engagement
    Harriet Forkey ’54,’67G and husband Jere Lundholm ’53 honored with 2019 Hubbard Family Award for Service to Philanthropy. Read More
  • Sherry and Bob Phillips
    - A CEPS Mainstay
    Sherry and Bob Phillips’ time together as a couple — 46 years total, 40 of those married — only slightly exceeds the number of years they’ve been connected to their beloved... Read More
  • UNH journalism students
    - It’s a Multimedia World
    The onset of the digital age has transformed the world of journalism, bringing with it a 24/7 news cycle, myriad ways to tell a story and the challenge of capturing people’s... Read More
  • Cerys Eldred
    - Quietly Cultivating Opportunity
    George Bergeron ’63 has this philosophy about giving: plant enough seeds and something will grow. He doesn’t care if anyone knows he did the planting; he just wants the results... Read More
  • Kaitlin Grant '20 and Andy '75
    - Benefactors, Friends and Mentors
    In the spring of 2017, when Kaitlyn Grant ’20 was a UNH freshman, she was invited to a university event where she would get the chance to thank the donor who created her... Read More
  • UNH Reunion
    - Rallying Around a 50th
    Jane Simon Stricker ’70 attended her first of many UNH reunions when she was a child. They were a family affair. Her mother, Selma Bacon Simon ’42, was president of her UNH class... Read More
  • UNH student
    - A Professor’s Daughter
    UNH students have been a consistent part of Pauline Ikawa’s orbit for decades, beginning when she was a school-aged child milling about her father’s biochemistry lab in Spaulding... Read More
  • UNH football locker room
    - Ready for a Closeup
    When the UNH football team’s first practice of fall camp ended on a sunny and warm August afternoon, the Wildcats headed back to their locker room with much anticipation. “Air... Read More