For the People of New Hampshire, by the People of New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Legislature is currently in session. Cornerstone is monitoring all bills regarding our key issues of faith, family, life and freedom! Click below to see the bills that are coming up and how you can make a difference!
We recently sat down with Michelle Levell, founder of Granite State Home Educators (GSHE), a NH nonprofit dedicated to supporting homeschooling NH families with practical information and curricular and extracurricular educational and enrichment resources. Since children were sent home this spring in the wake of COVID-19 and families have been faced with unexpected remote learning challenges, GSHE has reached out to help meet their urgent informational and support needs. We talked about their core mission and the support they’ve extended to all families during this challenging time.
New Hampshire families can celebrate! The Supreme Court removed religious barriers to school choice initiatives with its recent decision in the Espinoza case, ruling that a school choice scholarship program
Cornerstone Action and Cornerstone Policy Research are non-partisan, non-profit organizations dedicated
to a New Hampshire where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.
Welcome! Cornerstone Action and Cornerstone Policy are non-partisan, non-profit organizations made up of caring, passionate people working for the people of New Hampshire. We are one of forty state organizations associated with each other. We honor God and are dedicated to serving our beautiful state and its people focusing on the following key issues:
Marriage & Family
To do that, we use a three-pronged approach designed to equip the people of New Hampshire with
the information and resources they need to have a voice on the key issues that impact us all:
Cornerstone Policy Research (501c3) was founded in 2000 by Karen Testerman, who became Cornerstone’s first executive director. Active in civic life, Karen had met many New Hampshire neighbors who shared her deep faith in God and her dedication to responsible citizenship. She launched Cornerstone Policy Research to help defend, promote, and protect families, faith and freedom in New Hampshire. Five years later, Cornerstone Action (501c4) was established as Cornerstone’s political advocacy division.
With dynamic and committed leadership from board members and directors, Cornerstone has become a respected New Hampshire resource for fact-based information on issues including the right to life, religious liberty, family life, and education. As Cornerstone prepares to enter its third decade, its mission statement stays true to its founder’s vision: Cornerstone is dedicated to a New Hampshire where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.