- Past Events and Trainings
- 2017 NH Fiddle Ensemble Concerts
- Resilient Communities: The Prevention Connection
- 2017 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- 2017 Unsung Hero Awards
- NH Fiddle Ensemble at Exeter
- NH Fiddle Ensemble at Concord
- Part Natural, Part Learned
- 2016 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- Unsung Hero Awards 2016: Local parents awarded for strength
- Parent Advocacy Day teaches parents to speak up
- NH Fiddle Ensemble for Child Abuse Prevention 2015
- Science of Relationships: The Prevention Connection
- 2015 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
- Unsung Hero Awards 2015
- Parental Depression: Impact on Families and Children
- Kappa Delta Dinner and Auction 2014
- 'How I Learned to Drive' Talkback
- Unsung Hero Awards 2014
- Snow Much Fun Softball Tournament 2014
- NH Infant Safe Sleep Symposium
- FSNH National Network of Family Strengthening Networks Summit
- Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development - a workshop for home visitors and family support professionals.
- Seeing is Believing: Training in Videotaping Strategies to Improve Parenting
- Substance Abuse During Pregnancy and Beyond Conference 2013
- Strengthening Families Summit 2013
- Unsung Hero Awards 2013
2015 Kappa Delta Dinner & Auction
Raise $25K for child abuse prevention
ELIOT, Maine – April as Child Abuse Prevention Month kicked off Saturday evening March 31st with over $18,000 donated to New Hampshire children's well being and safety.
For the fourth year in a row, the chapterhosted a dinner and auction to benefit child abuse prevention. From gathering donations and sponsors, to assigning public relations tasks and outreach, about 140 sorority sisters work diligently to raise funds and organize the dinner auction each year. As a national organization, the Kappa Deltas support Prevent Child Abuse America as one of their platforms of service. Each year, the Dinner Auction is hosted in March, leading into National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April.
"They did such a wonderful job! We are honored to be the NH chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, and a beneficiary of this successful and fun-filled event," said Keryn Bernard Kriegl, NH Children's Trust executive director.
The event, hosted at The Regatta Room at Eliot Commons, Maine was packed with people. Almost 200 attendees, countless smiles, performance by Not Too Sharp, and an enthusiastic live auctioneer kept the event going well into the evening.
"Remember why you're here," said Stuart Frye, event auctioneer and father of a Kappa Delta sorority sister as he pointed to bidders. And, they did. As the evening wrapped up, the final numbers were tallied and the came to $25,000 for child abuse prevention. ive-thousand dollars go to Prevent Child Abuse America, the national organization of which NH Children's Trust is the New Hampshire chapter.
NH Children's Trust Board of Directors and staff hosted a pre-auction at The Regatta. There, NHCT staff and board met the evening's donors and attendees to explain what the donated funds will be used for.
"It was a great opportunity for people to put a face to the action of preventing child abuse and neglect. We were happy to answer questions about our agency and what we do," said Janine Mitchell, communications coordinator at NH Children's Trust.
NH Children’s Trust is the governor-designated agency to lead the drive to eliminate child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. Their vision is every child will thrive in a safe, stable and nurturing family and community. Donate today at NHChildrensTrust.org/donate