Helpful Links


  Blue Mountain Snow Dusters

Incorporated in 1975, BMSD is a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit, all volunteer organization that provides year-round outdoor recreation such as snowmobiling, XC skiing, snowshoeing, walking, hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. is a leading online destination for caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones. We offer thousands of original articles, helpful tools, advice from more than 50 leading experts, a community of caregivers, and a comprehensive directory of caregiving services.

  CASA of NH

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the New Hampshire court system. As part of the national nonprofit organization National CASA (NCASAA), we envision a world in which all children are safe, nurtured and living in permanent homes.

  Colby Sawyer Adventures in Learning

Adventures in Learning is a community-based program of educational enrichment for adults living in the Kearsarge-Lake Sunapee region. Sponsored by Colby-Sawyer College, Adventures in Learning provides a peer learning experience for those with a vigorous interest in the world of ideas and for those who wish to continue their intellectual growth in an informal setting.

  Community Alliance of Human Services

Community Alliance of Human Services (CAHS) provides direct service to several thousand Sullivan County residents each year. Our mission statement is simple and unique: support individuals and families in their decision to maintain their independence. Many of today’s problems affecting families in Sullivan County reflect larger societal issues such as poverty, aging, disabilities, lack of transportation, and abuse. Community Alliance works with other service providers advocating for services and resources for our clients. We work both on individual and community level. Services are flexible and continually evolving to respond to changing needs.

  Eastman Charitable Foundation

Founded in 2005 as a non-profit organization, the Eastman Charitable Foundation (ECF) focuses on environmental preservation, cultural programs, and recreational activities within Eastman and the surrounding towns of Enfield, Grantham, and Springfield, New Hampshire that:

  • preserve natural environments within and abutting the watershed in affiliation with existing conservation groups and land trusts,
  • educate our residents through workshops and lectures on environmental issues and sustainable practices,
  • support cultural programs and activities within the community, and
  • enhance recreational activities that foster community-building and appreciation for our unique environment
  • support regional environmental, recreational, and cultural activities


  Good Neighbor Health Clinic

The Good Neighbor Health Clinics, Inc. is a non-profit free health care facility established in 1992 for the purpose to offer free primary medical and dental care to the people of the Upper Connecticut River Valley who are in need and lack the resources to obtain adequate care.

  Grantham Food Pantry

The Grantham Food Pantry helps those in need and is open on Sundays 9 AM to 11 AM and Mondays 4:30 PM to 6 PM, however, these hours could change, so check out our Facebook page or email us to be sure. If you cannot make these hours or need a care package put together and delivered, please email them at [email protected]. There are no income requirements to "shop" at the food pantry. We are here to help people who might needs a little boost. 

  Grantham Garden Club

The Grantham Garden Club is a robust, nonprofit organization celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2024. Membership is open to all, encompassing those who simply appreciate gardens from afar and those who enjoy getting their hands in the soil. The Club offers educational programs and field trips, participates in civic beautification projects, and awards student scholarships. Please join us!

  Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network

Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network circulates a news bulletin the second Friday of each month that includes all sorts of public health happenings in the Greater Sullivan county NH region.  The following is this month’s bulletin.  Check it out and if you’d like to sign up for these monthly news feeds, feel free to email [email protected]   You can also follow them on Facebook, or check their website for the latest news, too.

  Listen Community Services

Listen provides services and support to meet the critical needs of Upper Valley individuals and families.  For more information click on the link above or call (603) 448-4553.

  New Hampshire Municipal Association (Legislative Bulletins)

New Hampshire Municipal Association's Legislative Bulletin is published each Friday during the legislative session (early January through the end of either May or June, depending on the year), highlighting NHMA policy bills and other bills of municipal interest as they move through the legislative process. Each Legislative Bulletin contains a brief analysis of key legislative developments during the past week, a legislative calendar listing municipal bills to be heard in the next two weeks, a call to action on scheduled hearings, and updates on federal issues of interest to municipalities. NHMA publishes the Final Legislative Bulletin at the close of the legislative session, providing a summary of all laws of municipal interest that were enacted during the session.

  New Hampshire Tour Guide

This site is filled with information about places in NH including field trip ideas, state facts, and historical information.


The New Hampshire Geographically Referenced Analysis and Information Transfer System (NH GRANIT) is a cooperative project to create, maintain, and make available a statewide geographic data base serving the information needs of state, regional, and local decision-makers.

  Ready.Gov (Prepare, Plan, Stay Informed)

Launched in February 2003, Ready is a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to get the public involved and ultimately to increase the level of basic preparedness across the nation.

In 2004, The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) launched Ready Business, an extension of the Ready campaign that focuses on business preparedness.Ready Business helps owners and managers of small- to medium-sized businesses prepare their employees, operations and assets in the event of an emergency. The campaign’s messages are being delivered through ReadyBusiness section of this Web site, brochures, radio, print and internet PSAs and key partnerships.

In 2006, FEMA launched Ready Kids, a tool to help parents and teachers educate children ages 8 - 12 about emergencies and how they can help get their family prepared. The program includes family-friendly Web pages and online materials developed by Sesame Workshop and Discovery Education.

In 2008, The Ready Campaign added a section on their web site for military families. The entire Department highlights emergency preparedness through National Preparedness Month (NPM), a nationwide effort held each September to encourage Americans to take simple steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and schools. View the Ready Public Service Advertisements.

  Southwestern Community Services (SCS)

SCS provides services for citizens of Chesire and Sullivan counties that includes direct assistance to low income people and families as well as housing, homeless services, energy services, and many other programs.

  Turning Points Network

Turning Points Network is a private, non-profit agency offering crisis and support services to female and male survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. All direct services are free and confidential.  TPN works with survivors, their friends and loved ones, service providers and concerned community members.

  Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission

The Commission has been providing professional planning assistance to municipal boards since 1963 when it was the Upper Valley Development Council. Our current staff's areas of expertise include comprehensive planning, land use regulations, transportation planning, natural resource inventories, community/economic development, public participation, affordable housing, and hazard mitigation planning.

The Commission is one of nine Regional Planning Commissions (RPC) in New Hampshire enabled through state legislation (RSA 36:45). RPCs were created to coordinate all aspects of planning, act as a liaison between local and state/federal governments and provide advisory technical assistance. Regional Planning Commissions seek to promote intergovernmental collaboration and coordination throughout the regions they serve. 

The Commission serves 27 municipalities, local groups such as river advisory committees, economic development councils, housing organizations and others who affect the future land use of the region. 

The Commission is governed by Commissioners appointed by member communities and counties and a small number of at-large-members. It is the Commissioners' role to be a regional collaborator and bring local issues to the attention of the Commission and conversely to articulate regional strategies that can benefit local efforts.