Welcome to Granite State Organizing Project

The Granite State Organizing Project unites religious congregations, labor unions and concerned individuals to positively impact the quality of life in New Hampshire communities.

GSOP believes that every person has the right to be included in decision making processes within their community.

GSOP starts with our shared faith and democratic values, bringing people together to envision bottom up effective, solutions to community concerns.


Manchester Chapter

The next Manchester Chapter meeting is Tuesday April 4th at 6pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Manchester.

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Nashua Chapter

The next Nashua Chapter meeting is Monday, April 17th at 6 pm the Nashua Adult Learning Center-4 Lake St.

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Retirement Security Grassroots Ambassadors

Nex Meetings:

Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm at the Manchester Unitarian Universalist Church
Tuesday, December 20th at 6pm at the Manchester Unitarian Universalist Church

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Parents for Equity
Meeting – Saturday March 25
11:00am – 1:00pm
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Please join GSOP for a workshop on Race, Gender, and Community
Sunday, April 2, 2017
2 pm - 6:00 pm
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2017 Micah Awards Dinner
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5 Minute Friends

“It is not enough to be compassionate.  YOU MUST ACT.” – The Dalai Lama

There is so much injustice in the world that sometimes it is hard to know where or how to begin acting. Begin by committing 5 minutes a month. Sign me up!

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    When you join 5 Minute Friends you will receive a monthly email explaining a simple but powerful task you can complete in five minutes that will help advance our economic justice mission.

    Together we can work for economic justice for all!

    Fight for 15!

    fightJoin us: Wednesday, March 15th from 12-1 pm at Wendy’s (Loudon Road in Concord, S. Willow in Manchester and E. Hollis in Nashua).