CONCORD — The Endowment for Health awarded more than $3 million in 2019, to projects focused on coalitions, advocacy and research.

“The Endowment’s field-building strategy continues to support the work of coalitions and advocacy efforts aimed at driving systems change,” Endowment for Health Chief Financial Officer Sue Fulton said in a statement. “Over the past year, the Endowment awarded 77 grants to 40 organizations with an average grant size of more than $39,000.”

The following grants are a sampling of recently funded projects:

Health Resources in Action, Assessment of Early Childhood and Family Mental Health Workforce in New Hampshire: $32,600.

Conservation Law Foundation, Healthy Communities and Environmental Justice: $25,000.

New Futures, New Hampshire Advocacy Hub: $480,000.

Granite United Way, Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative Gap Assessment: $5,000.

New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, Housing for Families: $50,000.

Foundation for Healthy Communities, Behavioral Health Clinical Learning Collaborative for Emergency Room Boarding: $107,500.

University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Civic Health Index: $25,000.

The Gerontological Society of America, Linking New Hampshire to the National Reframing Aging Network: $17,500.

New Hampshire Legal Assistance, Financial Exploitation Awareness Initiative: $20,000.

Granite State College, A Respectful Approach to Multigenerational Management and Leadership Workforce Development Efforts in New Hampshire: $12,500.

Since 2001, the endowment has awarded more than 1,300 grants totaling more than $50 million to support a wide range of health-related projects in New Hampshire. For more information on the endowment’s priorities and grantmaking, visit