Annual CNHCC Membership Dues


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The membership year runs July 1, 2024-June 30, 2025. 

The Central NH Chamber of Commerce is a powerful partner for its member businesses. We advocate for, connect, and empower entrepreneurs, business owners, and organizations within the 23 towns in our region. Through strong community partnerships, programs, and events, the Chamber (a non-profit, non-governmental agency) and its volunteer Board of Directors, contribute to building a vibrant and innovative business community.

Membership Benefits

Being a member of the Central NH Chamber of Commerce brings a variety of valuable benefits for you and your organization (benefits are free unless otherwise indicated):

  • Listing in online Member Directory
  • Member e-newsletter
  • Use of CNHCC logo on member website
  • Member spotlight on CNHCC social media channels
  • Unlimited posts on Chamber Job Board
  • Unlimited posts on online Event Calendar
  • Ribbon Cuttings
  • Networking opportunities at monthly Business After Hours gatherings
  • Opportunity to host Business After Hours and Member Showcase events
  • Opportunity to participate in community and volunteer activities
  • Board of Directors membership (requires application and election)
  • Board of Directors Affiliate membership (project-based work or committee membership)
  • Members-only access to advocacy events with the Business and Industry Association of NH
  • Educational workshops (in collaboration with Grafton Regional Development Corporation)
  • Annual Travel and Tourism Seminar (registration fees apply)
  • Use of Chamber’s bulk mail permit (postage fees apply)
  • Digital advertising opportunities (e-mails, newsletter banner ads or content; $175-$1,500)
  • Sponsorship opportunities at CNHCC events ($200-$5,000)
  • Exhibitor opportunities at CNHCC events (free at most events, $50 at Travel and Tourism Seminar)
  • Participation in Collaboration and Cross Promotion Working Group
  • Participation in Career-Connected Learning Initiative


Membership Categories

Employees are full-time equivalent employees (FTEs), including owners, managers, and independent contractors. Seasonal or part-time staff: Each individual is counted as half a full-time staff person. (Two part-time employees equal one FTE; Two seasonal workers employed fewer than six months/year equal one FTE). Non-profit and not-for-profit organizations must be registered as 501(c)(3) or 501(c)(6) entities.

1-3 Employees
For small and/or seasonal businesses and non-profits with 1-3 FTE employees.

4-49 Employees
For businesses, organizations, and non-profits with 4-49 FTE employees.

50+ Employees
For large businesses, organizations, and non-profits with 50+ FTE employees.

For city, town, and village governments.

Multiple Business Locations
If you have multiple business locations and would like each location to be listed separately in the CNHCC Member Directory and other publications, you’ll need to purchase individual memberships for each location.

Installment Payments

Businesses and organizations of all sizes can opt-in to an installment payment plan. These memberships cannot be processed via our online payment processor. Please contact us at (603) 726-3804 or and we’ll set up a two- or four-installment payment schedule for you.

As a membership-driven organization, your annual investment in a Chamber membership is critical! To secure your membership:

  • Select the appropriate membership package from the dropdown menu.
  • Click the purple ADD TO CART button.
  • Enter your billing details.
  • Select your payment method (e.g., check or PayPal). If you don’t have a PayPal account, you can create one during checkout.
  • Click the purple PLACE ORDER button.

For security purposes, your credit card info is not processed or on our servers. All transactional information is processed and managed via PayPal.

Additional information

Membership Dues

Business Membership (1-3 employees), Business Membership (4-49 employees), Business Membership (50+ employees), Multiple Business Locations, Municipalities