Ready to Lend a Helping Hand? | NH Gives 2024

Hosted by the NH Center for Nonprofits, NH Gives is the state’s largest day-of-giving – bringing together hundreds of nonprofits and tens of thousands of donors to raise as much money and awareness as possible for the causes served by NH’s nonprofit sector.

It is 24-hours for Granite Staters to give back to the nonprofits that give so much to our communities every day. Since 2016, the NH Gives annual event has raised over $15 million for more than 1,000 New Hampshire nonprofit organizations.

We’re counting down the days to June 11-12 and NH Gives. We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us.


Please donate any amount you can. We are eligible for prizes for reaching goals such as number of donors, not just the amount of money.

Share and share alike. This online day of giving will be successful because of your own networks. Help us grow our network by sending this email to your network and ask your friends to do the same. Unleash the power of peer-to-peer fundraising!

Be socially (media) active. Use your social media networks: post on Facebook, tweet about NH Gives, share your love for Lake Kanasatka, and ask others to do the same.

Become a fundraising champion. Everyone loves a champion! We really need fundraising champions to help drive people to our NH Gives profile on June 11-12. Visit our website page and click on the “Fundraise” button. You will receive an email message with instructions to share your Champion fundraising page on behalf of Lake Kanasatka. It’s safe and protected, for this one-day event.

Our message:

Join us to protect one of NH’s gems in the Lakes Region!  Lake Kanasatka Watershed Association (LKWA) is dedicated to protecting the water quality and natural resources of Lake Kanasatka and Wakondah Pond, within the Lake Winnipesaukee watershed and the Red Hill Conservation area, in the towns of Moultonborough and Center Harbor.  The watershed includes mixed forests and is home to a wide variety of fish, animals, and threatened and endangered species, including bald eagles and common loons.

The health and enjoyment of our beautiful lakes are being threatened by climate change, polluted runoff water, and invasive species. Our goal is to maintain the health and beauty of Lake Kanasatka watershed for the benefit of future generations.

LKWA relies on donations to carry out our mission. Your donation supports water quality monitoring, lake management, lake protection projects, and our lakeside learning activities throughout the year.

Thank you for your support!