New Hampshire Humanities announces its 30th
Anniversary Annual Dinner on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at the DoubleTree
Manchester Downtown, 700 Elm Street, Manchester. The evening begins with a reception
and program displays at 5:00 pm, followed by dinner and program starting at
6:30 pm. Dartmouth College returns as the 2019 Lead Sponsor.
New Hampshire Humanities’ Annual Dinner is the organization’s signature event, attracting 500-plus
leaders from corporate, civic, academic, government, nonprofit, and
philanthropic sectors for a celebration of the humanities. The event directly
supports more than 550 free public programs each year in every corner of the state, for people of all
ages. To celebrate its 30th Annual Dinner, rather than featuring a celebrity author or humanist as in years past, New Hampshire Humanities will turn its spotlight on the people they serve. With a theme of “Tell Us Your Story,” participants whose lives have been impacted by the work of New Hampshire Humanities will share their unique stories through storytelling, music, poetry, and more.
Additional sponsors include DINNER
SPONSORS: Bangor Savings Bank, McLean Communications, University of New
Hampshire; CIVIC CHAMPION SPONSORS: Hypertherm, Inc., Nathan Wechsler
& Co., PA, NH Charitable Foundation, Northeast Delta Dental, Saint Anselm
College; LIFELONG LEARNING SPONSORS: Bank of America, Bruce & Kathy Briggs, Consolidated Communications, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Duprey Hospitality, LLC, Mascoma Bank, McLane Middleton, MFI Productions, New England College, NH Public Radio, People’s United Bank, Southern NH University; FRIEND SPONSORS: Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, Bellwether Community Credit Union, Brady Sullivan Properties, NH Community Development Finance Authority, Fidelity Investments, Fiduciary Trust of New England, Kilpatrick IT Solutions, Magalloway Consultants LLC, Manchester Community College, Merrimack County Savings Bank, NH Business Committee for the Arts, NHTI-Concord’s Community College, Speedy Printing NH.
this fundraising event are $125 per person, a portion of which is tax
deductible. For tickets and sponsorship benefits, please visit www.nhhumanities.org/annualdinner.
For more than
45 years, New Hampshire Humanities has provided the people of the Granite State
with opportunities to cultivate curiosity, connect across cultures, encourage
reflection, strengthen community bonds, and engage in civic life. Last year New
Hampshire Humanities sponsored 549 free programs reaching 174,288 residents in
165 communities in partnership with 314 organizations. Learn more at www.nhhumanities.org.