Recent Projects

The Tamworth Foundation Funds Tamworth Wireless

by Dennis Quinn, August 27th, 2010

At their annual meeting on August 23rd, 2010, The Tamworth Foundation formally announced it’s allocation of $100,000.00 to fund the creation of a fixed wireless broadband network in Tamworth. Tamworth Wireless is hard at work building this network, and we’d like to thank: Lianne Prentice, Gail Marrone, Kathie Dyrenforth, David Little, George Cleveland and Bill Rich, for their outrageous support of this project. There are many other people working hard behind the scenes to make this happen, and we will be giving them their due in these pages, as we move forward. At the meeting, I gave my first-ever Powerpoint presentation. It was prepared by John Cleveland, and covers a lot of information about Tamworth Wireless. It’s a great source of information, and you can see it here. If you’re interested in getting on the list of potential subscribers, fill out the form here, on the “Sign Up” page. The best way to know how far along we are, and when we’ll be able to deliver service to you, is to follow our progress on these pages. I’ve started a “Build Blog” that will document the construction of the network, with explanations, photos and even video of our progress.
The adventure has begun.

January, 2011—Much hard work by Dennis Quinn, Declan O’Connell, Gunnar Berg and friends, has made the vision a reality. Many people in Tamworth are already enjoying internet access from Tamworth Wireless. For more information, please visit the Tamworth Wireless website.

Tamworth Nonprofits Summit

Survive or Thrive

Tamworth’s first-ever Nonprofits Summit was sponsored by the Tamworth Foundation in the fall of 2009. The event consisted of two sessions of practical tools, interactive sessions, information and solutions for Tamworth’s nonprofit board members and key employees. Facilitated by David Chase of DRC Consulting, the summit included speakers from New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the Center for New Hampshire Nonprofits.

For more information, please check out There you will find great photos taken by Duane Dale and Nat Scrimshaw, and downloadable documents generated by this project.