Saturday, December 6, 2008

Endowment for Health Elects Three New Board Members

The Endowment for Health, New Hampshire's largest health foundation, has elected three new members to its Board of Directors who bring a wealth of nonprofit, business and government experience to the foundation.

Joining the Endowment for Health Board are:

Margaret Franckhauser, Executive Director of Community Health & Hospice, Inc, a home care, hospice and community service agency in Laconia. Ms. Franckhauser resides in Meredith.

Frederick W. King Sr., Coos County Treasurer, former State Senator and long-time business owner. Mr. King resides in Colebrook.

Sandra Pelletier, CEO and President of Gateways Community Services, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization based in Nashua, NH with a focus on services to children and adults with disabilities. Ms. Pelletier resides in Amherst.

"We are pleased to welcome these leaders to our Board of Directors," said Dr James W. Squires, president of the Endowment for Health. "Their expertise and service to our state make them invaluable advisors to the Endowment as we work to improve the health of the people of New Hampshire."

For full bios on Endowment for Health Board, Staff and Advisory Council are available online at

The Endowment for Health was established in 1999. Since 2001, the Endowment has awarded nearly 621 grants totaling more than $27 million to support a wide range of health-related programs and projects in New Hampshire. For more information about proposal guidelines and funding priorities for the 2009 program year, visit

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

These people support intrusive health policies that parents should know about... and promote universal health care and abortions.