New Hampshire Legal Assistance

Helping to balance the scales of justice for everyone since 1971.

Our Funders

NHLA receives generous support from a broad spectrum of the New Hampshire community and beyond. Our largest funding sources are the State of New Hampshire and the Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts (IOLTA) program of the NH Bar Foundation, which annually distributes IOLTA revenue and awards other funds. We also receive grants from numerous local, state, and national foundations, United Ways across the state, and municipal, state and federal agencies. Also important is the on-going support of local law firms, large and small, and individual lawyers, business people, and community members, through the annual Campaign for Legal Services.

We hope that you will join this remarkable team of supporters and strengthen the effort to extend civil legal services to those in need in New Hampshire.

Our Funders 2020 - 2021

Bank of America

NH Campaign for Legal Services

City of Manchester

City of Portsmouth -
   U.S. Housing and Urban Development 
   Community Development Block Grant Program

Dobles Foundation

Endowment for Health

Granite United Way
  Merrimack County region
  North Country region
  Southern region
  Upper Valley region
  Youth Enrichment Program

IOLTA Program of the NH Bar Foundation

Mary Gale Foundation

Manchester Community Health Center

Monadnock United Way

National Health Law Program

Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund

NH Bar Foundation
NH Bureau of Elderly & Adult Services

NH Bureau of Housing Supports

NH Charitable Foundation
     NH Tomorrow Heron Foundation Grant Match Fund
John W. Hart Memorial Fund

NH Department of Justice

NH Division of Children, Youth and Families

NH Housing Finance Authority

Noble Trust

Norwin S. Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation

Pearl Manor Fund

State of New Hampshire

Tufts Health Plan Foundation

United Way of the Greater Seacoast

US Administration for Community Living

US Department of Housing and Urban Development

US Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women

US Office for Victims of Crime