permanent capital named funds

Supporters of the Community Loan Fund giving $100,000 or more for permanent capital may establish permanent named funds. While these funds make loans possible for community projects, the income generated supports the Community Loan Fund’s ongoing program costs. Sometimes friends and family create permanent named funds to honor loved ones.

Thomas P. Almy Fund, established by Katharine Almy, 2004.

Elliott Berry Fund, established 2017 by family and friends.

John and Pamela Blackford Fund, established 2010.

Alan Cantor Fund, established 2011 by family and friends.

William and Ruth Dunfey Fund, established 2011.

Ferlins Foundation Fund, established 2011.

Founders Fund, established by Harold Janeway, 2002.

Great Beginnings Fund, established 2010 by an anonymous donor.

Thomas W. Haas Fund, established 2015.

Mary Louise Hancock Fund, established 2011 by family and friends.

Jean and John Hennessey Fund, established 2004.

Hirshberg Family Fund, established 2007.

Innovation Fund, established by the Sandy River Charitable Foundation, 2011.

The Mascoma Bank and Mascoma Bank Foundation Fund, established 2021.

Chuck Matthei Fund, established 2016 in memoriam.

Robert and Joyce McCray Fund, established 2018.

Merrimack County Savings Bank and Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund for Affordable Housing, established 2017.

Penny Pitou and Milo Pike Fund, established 2001.

Prince/Bergh Family Fund, established 2019.

Martha and Dana Robes Fund, established 2006.

Ken and Ilene Stern Family Fund, established 2021.

Michael Swack Fund, established 2019.

Ed Tomey Fund, established 2014 by family and friends.

Rawson Wood Fund, established 2007.

Interested in creating a fund? Email Philanthropy Officer Martha Dickey or call her at (603) 856-0729.

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