March 7, 2016 Franklin Savings bank grant for $3000.
January 2016 - Newfound Pathways organized as a Federal 501c(3) Non-Profit
June 30, 2015 - New Hampshire Electric Coop Foundation Grant for $3000
August 30, 2014 RUN YOUR BUNS OFF – Awards Newfound Pathway half of their profits for the Race and Event Day
A History of Newfound Lake by Ronald Collins. – Books sold by NFP, profits will go to NFP
January 2014 Newfound Cycles LLC is now a business member of Newfound Pathways and will donate a portion of its profits from the sale of the Newfound Playlist to Newfound Pathways.
Newfound Playlist Book published, written by Nancy Lincoln of Alexandria, NH. Available on Amazon and in local stores.
March 2013 - Membership Established for Newfound Pathways.
November 2012 - Newfound Pathways organized as a NH Non-Profit.
November 2011 - $4,800 award from the HNHfoundation for a Walkable-Livable Workshop
August 2011 - $100,000 grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund
May 2011 - $1,000 grant from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund
October 2010 - awarded staff support from the United States Department of the Interior’s National Park Service Northeast Region’s Trails and Conservation Assistance Program.
November 17 2009 - $1,000 grant from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund
November 2 2009 - awarded technical assistance from the National Park Service Rivers and Trails Program
September 2009 - a $4,350 grant for a Conceptual Plan from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
NEWFOUND PATHWAYS SAFETY RODEO
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Newfound Pathways Announces
that it has organized under RSA 292 as a
New Hampshire non-profit corporation.
- Newfound Pathways continues raising funds to complete its mission
- It has started a membership drive to enlist members who share the goals as Newfound Pathways
- Newfound Pathways can accept tax deductible donations as a means to build a pedestrian pathway around Newfound Lake and pathways in adjacent communities.
Memberships have been established
for Newfound Pathways
Click here to see what level of membership you would like to have. Membership fees are tax deductible.
The Riddle Family Trust Grants
Newfound Pathways its First Easement
The Riddle Family Trust on North Shore Road in Hebron is leading the way. They have granted Newfound Pathways the first easement in our quest to build safe pathways around the Newfound region.
The McLane and Shiverick families
have granted us a
right-of-way for a trail along Route 3A in Hebron,
and construction has started.
For more information on how you can become an easement or right of way donor please send an email to email@example.com or call 603-744-1048.
To download a Right -of-Way form click here.