A scenic shot of a New Hampshire lake



NH LAKES is a growing community of people who are passionate about New Hampshire’s lakes. You are invited to find your place with us today—everyone has a part to play.

The most irrational thing we can do is pretend the lakes will take care of themselves.

NH LAKES is a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization (TIN# 22-2668396). Read our donor privacy policy here.

One of the most important ways you can support NH LAKES is to become a member. Click here to join today!

NH LAKES is a rapidly-growing community of individuals and businesses who care deeply for the lakes of New Hampshire. Do your part by making a charitable contribution today! Everyone has a part to play to keep our lakes clean and healthy.

You can donate online by clicking here. Or, you can make a donation through the mail or over the phone.

By mail: NH LAKES, 17 Chenell Drive, Suite One, Concord, NH 03301

By phone: Call (603) 226-0299 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

NH LAKES (New Hampshire Lakes Association, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization. Tax ID#: 22-2668396.

It could be the most important charitable gift you ever make.

You are invited to join the NH LAKES Legacy Society.

You know NH LAKES’ work will never be done. The need to protect the health of these precious resources, our lakes, will outlive us all. Leaving a gift in your Will or estate plans is an ever-lasting act of generosity. It is a gift that delivers on the promise of leaving behind a legacy.

The next time you review your estate documents, let your advisor know you are interested in ensuring the lakes of New Hampshire remain clean and healthy for future generations.

We should be named as:
New Hampshire Lakes Association, Inc.
17 Chenell Drive, Suite One
Concord, NH 03301

Our tax identification number is 22-2668396.

If you have already included NH LAKES in your Will or estate plans or intend to do so, please contact Martha Lovejoy, Director of Finance and Development, at 603-226-0299 or mlovejoy@nhlakes.org and let her know!

Donating appreciated stocks is an advantageous way to contribute to NH LAKES’ mission of keeping New Hampshire’s lakes clean and healthy.

NH LAKES is currently updating it’s brokerage account. For more information, please contact Martha Lovejoy, Director of Finance and Development, at 603-226-0299 or mlovejoy@nhlakes.org and let her know you are interested in donating stocks.

Do you match? Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Double or even triple your donation – check to see if your company has a matching gift program! 100% of both donations support our mission of clean and healthy lakes in New Hampshire.

Follow these steps!

1. Make a donation or membership contribution to NH LAKES.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, all contributions to NH LAKES are tax-deductible.

2. Check with your HR Department to see if your company has a matching gift program.

If you find that your employer does match contributions and you have made another donation to us within the past year, just let us know. We will get you any supporting documents you need to match your donation!

3. Complete the matching gift form provided by your employer and send it to NH LAKES.

You can print the form and mail it to us at:

17 Chenell Drive, Suite One
Concord, NH 03301

If your company has an online matching form, please alert us to your match request by email at info@nhlakes.org.

…or any vehicle.

Support NH LAKES’ mission to keep New Hampshire’s lakes clean and healthy by donating your vehicle!

Donating your boat—or your car, truck, van, SUV, motorcycle, jet ski, ATV, RV, trailer, or airplane—is easy!

  • Simply call the NH LAKES donation hotline at (855) 500-RIDE(7433).
  • Or, click here and you will be guided through the donation process.

Pick up of your donated vehicle is free and most vehicle donations can be picked up within 24-72 hours. You will be provided with a tax receipt upon pickup.

A group of kids standing on a dock with an American flag
Man jumping off a dock into a New Hampshire lake with his dog
A sailboat on a New Hampshire lake at sunset