Tipping Point Grants

How it Works

A tipping point is the point at which a series of small changes becomes significant enough to cause a larger, more important change. The Tipping Points Program provides small grants to help “tip” people towards financial self-sufficiency. The program was created in 2016 by Partner for Community Wellness. Partners make small donations that are matched by institutional contributions to create a pool of funds. Participating social service agencies identify individual grant recipients, administer the funds, and provide support to advance them towards their tipping point.

This program is funded by Dartmouth-Hitchcock, the Karpus Family Foundation, and the generosity of individual donors.

   If you would like to make a gift, click here and select the Tipping Point Fund as your designation.

Our 2018-2019 partner agencies:

 The Upper Valley Haven

Easter Seals NH

Families in Transition

Family Promise of Greater Nashua