The Little Harbour Charitable Foundation (LHCF) was established in 2000 as an all-volunteer 501(c)3 organization. The mission of the Foundation is to provide grants to organizations that develop programs or projects that will make a discernible difference in the lives of children, youth and families in the NH Seacoast Region. We also focus funding on education and the marine environment. We encourage collaboration between community agencies when possible.
Anna Grace and Paul Holloway have been active philanthropists on the Seacoast for decades. Dedicated to improving the health and the life of children, youth and families in the Seacoast area and long term advocates for direct distribution of funds and expense free management, they established the Little Harbour Charitable Foundation.
All sponsorships, grants and money raised during the Striped Bass Tournament are distributed by Little Harbour Charitable Foundation.
LHCF in the News
Young anglers shine at bass tournament
Jun. 25, 2017 — Portsmouth
How does a gorgeous New England Sunday on the water get any better? Read more . . .
Stars and stripers: Disabled vets get day of fishing
Jun. 21, 2017 — New Castle
The LHCF and Northeast Passage treat 24 disabled veterans to a day of fishing. Read more . . .
Drug-Free Kids Launches Youth Substance Abuse Prevention Programming with Global Nonprofit Drug Free Kids is proud to announce the launch of its youth substance abuse prevention … Read more . .
9th Annual Wentworth Marina
Fishing for Charity - This annual event is the main fundraiser for the Little Harbour Charitable Foundation. Since 1997, it is credited for gifting to over 60 programs and raising over $2 million dollars in support of NH Seacoast area organizations.
Learn more about this great event for kids and how you can become a sponsor.