Newmarket EATS 2019

NCEP is generously supported through community donations and our annual Newmarket EATS event. We are grateful for your support. Visit our support pagefor more information.

Newmarket
EATS, held in November at Newmarket's historic Milllspace offered attendees a taste of the best local cuisine while helping NCEP. This community event was enjoyed by all and a huge success! Thank you for your attendance. Keep an eye out for details on our 2020's EATS event.

 

Newmarket Community Education Partnership (NCEP) is dedicated to enhancing social, recreational and educational opportunities for children and youth in Newmarket, New Hampshire.

Established in 2004, NCEP connects and supports the community through grants that fund programs and supplies. NCEP grants have supported a variety of projects including: after-school enrichment programs; anti-bullying curriculum, supplemental athletic equipment; fitness classes; technology for the disabled; nutrition programs; support groups; and financial assistance for summer camp.

Learn more about NCEP!


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NCEP is proud to share  our grant success stories,

information about the projects we're involved with, and updates about our organization. We publish newsletters one to two times per year, and invite you to catch up on our happenings here.










Newmarket Community Education Partnership

NCEP will consider grant proposals from individuals representing non-profit groups who provide services to children and youth in Newmarket, including but not limited to the Newmarket School Department, the Newmarket Recreation Department, etc.


NCEP offers
two grant cycles.
Application deadlines:
September 15
February 15




Please visit our grants page for more information.







The Nicholas Popov Memorial Award is a special grant given to a member of the Newmarket Community each year who demonstrates the spirit of personal generosity, kindness, and service. Read more about Nicholas Popov and and the grant named in his honor.