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To: Inquiring Individuals and Community GroupsRe: Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community AdvancementThank you for your interest concerning the Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement.To date, 225 grants totaling 1,029,808 have been awarded since the Fund’s inception to organizations in the followingN.H. locations: Franklin, Tilton, Northfield, Bristol, Boscawen, Hill, Sanbornton, Belmont, New Hampton, Andover,Alexandria, Laconia, Gilford, Gilmanton, Manchester and other surrounding communities. The Fund for CommunityAdvancement is an advised fund within the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and is comprised of members ofboth the Bank’s Board of Directors, Corporators and Management to include: Meg Miller, Ron Magoon, Dorcas Gordon,Scott Clarenbach and Dawn Beers.The Fund is very active in supporting a broad range of nonprofit community activities. Categories of support include,but are not limited to: economic development, affordable housing, education, health care, social services, environment,arts and humanities, human services, and programs or services addressing the needs of children, adolescents and singleparent families. Also of importance are programs and services addressing the needs of low to moderate income familiesand individuals.Grants are awarded one time per year after a competitive review. In 2020, Franklin Savings Bank was honored to holdits 43rd round of grants with 39,728 designated to non-profit organizations.To apply, please complete the application attached. A completed application must include an IRS Tax StatusDetermination letter, which indicates 501(c)(3) status of an organization, or for other organizations, an indication ofwhat eligible entity will function as its fiscal agent. A checklist has been provided for your use.The deadline for grant applications is May 30th (mail, e-mail or hand delivery). Applications must be postmarkedon or before this date in order to be eligible for consideration. We suggest applications be delivered to us nosooner than ten (10) business days before the deadline. Please note the turnaround time from receipt of anapplication to notification of a response may take up to four (4) months.The grants made from this Fund are not intended to replace the types of donations and community support thathave traditionally come from the Bank. We have always been a strong partner of the communities we serve;therefore, the grants awarded from the Fund for Community Advancement serve to strengthen our commitmentto supporting areas we have proudly served since 1869.Sincerely,Ronald L. MagoonPresident & CEOwww.fsbnh.bank 1.800.FSB.4445Boscawen Bristol Franklin Gilford Goffstown Tilton Merrimack Bedford Lending Office1

Program PrioritiesThe Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement was formed in 1997 to provide support forsubstantial projects that will significantly enhance the lives of people in the communities that make upthe primary market area of the bank. The Fund for Community Advancement has been established as afund within the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The areas served by the fund currently includeFranklin, Boscawen, Gilford, Merrimack, Bristol, Tilton and Goffstown. The fund may also providesupport for projects in other surrounding communities. Grant monies requested must provide supportto those living in the communities listed above; although not exclusively as many projects have abroader geographic impact that will benefit those in other communities as well.The Fund is very active in supporting a broad range of community activities. Eligible organizations mustbe recognized as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or be a school,municipality or other subdivision of government. Categories of support include but are not limited to:affordable housing, health care, social services, arts and humanities, human services, and programs orservices addressing the needs of children, adolescents, elders and single parent families. Priorityconsideration will be given to those programs and services that address the needs of low to moderateincome families and individuals. The minimum grant award will generally be 1,000 and the maximumwill be 10,000.To apply for a grant award from the Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement, pleasecomplete the Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement Application. The FSB Fund willaward grants once a year with applications due no later than May 30th each year.For more information, please visit www.fsbnh.bank. You may also contact Renee M. Baldini of FranklinSavings Bank at 603.934.8327 or by e-mail at Renee.Baldini@fsbnh.bank.2

FSB Fund Grant Application ChecklistDate Postmarked:Application materials Is application form complete? Executive Summary included (200 words or less)? Has the proposal narrative been included to address:Description of needProject description, goals, objectivesTimelinessResultsOther notes Have the following attachments been included?Completed application cover sheetIRS tax status determination letterPlease forward your completed application to:Franklin Savings Bank387 Central StreetFranklin, NH 03235Attn: Renee M. BaldiniFor questions, please contact Renee at 603.934.8327 or by e-mail atRenee.Baldini@fsbnh.bank.GRANT APP. CHECKLIST (APPLICANT USE).DOC3

Fund for Community Advancement ApplicationName of Organization:Mailing Address:Zip Code:Town/City:Contact:E-Mail Address:Telephone:Application Request:Total Project Budget:Percent of amount request vs. total budget:(Amount requested / total budget x 100)Project funds raised to date:Project begin date:Project end date:Communities in which you provide services:(Select all that apply)Population served:(Select all that apply)MaleCategory of Support:FranklinMerrimackTiltonBelmontGilfordNew townSanborntonChildrenSingle-parent FamiliesVeteransAdolescentsLow-income FamiliesElderlyModerate-income FamiliesMinoritiesUnder 1818-24Age group (Select all 5-64Disabled Individuals65 and OlderBothAffordable HousingHealthcareSocial ServicesArts & HumanitiesHuman ServicesOther:Purpose of Request: (15 words or less)4

Please respond to each question in the field provided. Word limits are provided for each section. You may copyand paste from another format where your application is already prepared (i.e., Word, Publisher, etc.).Executive Summary: Briefly describe the proposed project or program, its importance, and the results you expect.(200 words or less)5

Need: Describe the need or opportunity for the proposed work. (100 words or less)6

Project Description: Describe the proposed project or program, including major activities, key people involved,and the timetable for the work. (200 words or less)7

Timeliness: Why is this a strategic time for the Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement to investin this work? (100 words or less)Results: If your project/program is successful, what will be different as a result of your work? (100 words or less)8

Other: Is there anything else you would like us to know about this request? (200 words or less)9

The Franklin Savings Bank Fund for Community Advancement was formed in 1997 to provide support for . Franklin, NH 03235 Attn: Renee M. Baldini For questions, please contact Renee at 603.934.8327 or by e-mail at Renee.Baldini@fsbnh.bank. 4 . Fund for Community Advancement Application

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