About United Way of Greater Nashua

United Way of Greater Nashua board members Rolf Goodwin and James Chaloner

What does the United Way of Greater Nashua do?

We determine the community’s greatest needs.

We assess the most effective resources.

We bring them together and improve the quality of life in Greater Nashua.

Determining the Greatest Needs

Periodically, United Way facilitates a process that provides a snapshot of our area’s health; the Community Assessment Report. It documents and evaluates the health and well-being of residents living in the 11 communities of our area: Amherst, Brookline, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, and Wilton.

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Assessing the Most Effective Resources

United Way works closely with Nashua not-for-profit organizations to address the most pressing needs. We vet their programs for adherence to certain best practices and performance against well-defined, measurable outcomes.

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Bringing Them Together

After assessing the needs of the Greater Nashua community and determining the best resources to address those needs, United Way of Greater Nashua provides targeted funding to the best-suited programs through its Community Impact Fund.

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Documents and Policies

The following documents and policies concerning United Way of Greater Nashua operations and management are available for viewing/download (all in PDF):
IRS Form 990 for FY12
2012 audited financial statements
CEO compensation approval policy
Records retention policy
Whistleblower policy
Fee schedule letter for Combined Federal Campaign