The mission of the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association is to promote private and public working forests, responsible forest management, and a strong forest products industry.

Donate to the NHTOA Annual Fund

Donate to the GSWI

The NHTOA Annual Fund is the vital support for our association’s educational, training, and communications programs, as well as the NHTOA’s advocacy in the State House, in the offices of key state and federal agencies, and in town halls around the state on behalf of timberland owners and the forest products industry. Gifts and grants to the Annual Fund represent half of the NHTOA’s operating budget; they are “the fuel that keeps the NHTOA machine operating.”

The Granite State Woodland Institute (GSWI) is an IRS recognized 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization. 

In 2001, a group of New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association (NHTOA) members organized the Granite State Woodland Institute as a means to support the NHTOA’s tax-exempt education, research, and outreach work. As a 501(c)3 corporation GSWI can accept gifts from other tax-exempt organizations (i.e. foundations, trusts, etc.) and all gifts to GSWI are 100 percent tax-deductible. 

As the population of New Hampshire becomes more urbanized and less connected with the sources of their food, fiber, lumber, and power, the need for more education on the value of working forests grows. Gifts to GSWI support the NHTOA’s effort to meet this growing need.

 

Planned Giving Program

Endowment Fund

Leaving a gift through your will to the Granite State Woodland Institute, the charitable arm of the NHTOA, means leaving a legacy to New Hampshire’s working forest and the men, women, and families who own, manage, and make their living in forest products industry. The funds will be invested in perpetuity, supporting the critical work of NHTOA year after year. For more information about the Planned Giving Program download our brochure.

Planned Giving Program Brochure

The NHTOA, through its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit corporation, the Granite State Woodlands Institute, has established an endowment fund to support the NHTOA’s work far into the future. This fund, built from contributions and estate gifts, will help secure the future of the NHTOA and the NHTOA’s important work. For more information about the endowment fund and how you can contribute, clink on the link below to download the brochure.

Endowment Fund Brochure