Grants and Funding Opportunities

This page includes information about grants and funding opportunities available through the Office of Social and Emotional Wellness. We also post the names of our grant recipient schools.

Funding Opportunities Announcements

Promising Futures for NH   DEADLINE EXTENDED

The Office of Social and Emotional Wellness at the New Hampshire Department of Education is excited to announce a new funding opportunity for the 2023-24 school year. The Promising Futures for New Hampshire grant is accepting applications from Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to support universal prevention strategies in schools. See the attached funding opportunity announcement for more information on eligibility and how to apply.

Posted: August 8, 2023

Deadline: Sept. 18, 2023   

Contact: Heather Clogston at


Current and Previous Grant Recipients

iSocial: Newport School District

Promising Futures NH: Barrington School District, Hampstead School District, Kearsage Regional High School, Lisbon Regional High School, Mascenic Regional High School, Milton School District, Newport School District, Sanborn Regional District, Somersworth School District, Surry Village Charter School, Wentworth Elementary School, White Mountains Regional High School, Compass Classical Academy.

Aware: Bow/SAU Office; Hillsboro-Deering/SAU Office (SAU 34); Hudson (SAU 81); Raymond (SAU 33); Manchester/SAU Office; Nashua/SAU Office; Windham, Concord School District (SAU 8).

System of Care 2022 - 2023 Current: Governor Wentworth, Merrimack, SAU 35.

System of Care Previous: Governor Wentworth Regional; Merrimack Valley; Sanborn Regional; SAU 35 Office; White Mountains Regional.

DOJ-NH School Threat: Mascoma Valley Regional; Newfound Area; Pinkerton Academy; White Mountains Regional, Concord School District.

Purple Star: Bow; Concord/SAU Office Abbott-Downing Elementary School; Dover; Henniker - John Stark Regional; Kearsarge Regional Elementary School/SAU Office; Kearsarge Regional High School; Londonderry High School; Pembroke Academy; Pinkerton Academy; Portsmouth High School; Portsmouth Christian Academy; Salem/SAU Office; Souhegan Cooperative School District.