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In the News

  • UNH sorority to hold benefit for child abuse prevention

    ELIOT, Maine — Sisters of the University of New Hampshire Alpha Sigma chapter of Kappa Delta sorority are busy at work organizing their 6th Annual Dinner and Auction for Child Abuse Prevention.

  • Experts see lessons in Newmarket baby abuse case

    NEWMARKET — Following last week’s sentencing of Jose Orta-Santana, who broke bones in his infant son’s body from head to toe while squeezing and punching him, the New Hampshire Children’s Trust has issued a statement urging care during the stressful early months of parenting.

  • Stand Up NH: April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. As the New Hampshire chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, N.H. Children’s Trust has been leading the initiative of eliminating child abuse and neglect in our state since 1986, but they can’t do it alone.

  • President Barack Obama, National Child Abuse Prevention Month 2016

    Presidential Proclamation: National Child Abuse Prevention Month, 2016

    All children deserve to grow up in a caring and loving environment, yet across America, hundreds of thousands of children are neglected or abused each year, often causing lasting consequences. Although effectively intervening in the lives of these children and their families is an important responsibility at all levels of government, preventing abuse and neglect is a shared obligation. During National Child Abuse Prevention Month, we recommit to giving every child a chance to succeed and to ensuring that every child grows up in a safe, stable, and nurturing environment that is free from abuse and neglect.

  • Ellen Carlson, NH Fiddle Ensemble Main Coach

    NH Fiddle Ensemble Concert Series Comes to Bow

    The event on April 9 at Grappone Toyota will raise money to prevent child abuse and neglect in the Granite State.

  • Local parents honored for strength

    Local families were honored at the 9th Annual Unsung Hero Parent Recognition Award ceremony held last Friday evening at the Legislative Office Building in Concord.

  • UNH sorority sisters raise funds for child abuse prevention

    The fifth annual Dinner and Auction for Child Abuse Prevention once again united sorority sisters from The University of New Hampshire with a community charity that offers a myriad of programs designed to find ways to reduce the statistics of victims of a common social injustice.

  • Caregivers, parents honored for contributions

    Gov. Maggie Hassan and New Hampshire Children’s Trust/Prevent Child Abuse New Hampshire presented 29 awards to parents and caregivers, to honor and recognize extraordinary individuals renowned for going above and beyond. Honorees and their families gathered in the New Hampshire State House in Concord for the 9th Annual Unsung Hero Parent Recognition Awards ceremony last week.

  • UNH sorority to host fifth annual child abuse prevention fundraiser

    ELIOT – On Sat March 5, the University of New Hampshire’s Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Kappa Delta Sorority will host its fifth annual ‘Dinner & Auction for Child Abuse Prevention.’ The event will take place at The Regatta Room in Eliot, Maine from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be a pre-event cocktail party from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
  • Child care advocate doesn't plan on stopping soon

    ROCHESTER — Local child welfare advocate Anne Grassie is leaving her position as a board of directors member on the New Hampshire Children’s Trust, a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating child abuse and neglect, after serving for nine years.

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