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Working to eliminate—yes, eliminate—child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire

By creating opportunities for collaboration, advocating for family-friendly policies, promoting positive social norms, and strengthening the proficiency and accessibility of the family support and strengthening field, New Hampshire Children's Trust works to ensure kids across the Granite State grow up in safe, nurturing environments.

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Your support makes PREVENTION possible.

Great Childhoods Start Here

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Contact us to pre-order your Strengthening Families Across New Hampshire Kinship Activity Books TODAY! Copies will be available in English and Spanish. Get a preview and download your free digital copy at the link below!

Rooted within NH’s Family Resource Centers, Kinship Navigators link grandparents and other relative caregivers to the services and supports specific to their family’s needs.

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New Hampshire Family NOW is a frank conversation about the ups and downs of parenting hosted by NHCT Director of Advancement Nathan Fink and Senior Program Director Joelyn Drennan.


Sometimes funny and irreverent, other times earnest and insightful, the co-hosts are joined by experts in the field to discuss the state-of-the-state of New Hampshire’s family-friendly landscape and where to turn in times of need.

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Every year, New Hampshire Children’s Trust awards the Lucy Fowlkes Breed Family Service Volunteer Award. Candidates will have volunteered in direct service to families at a New Hampshire nonprofit that serves children or families. Volunteer work must have been done within the past two years. A virtual celebration will take place and a monetary award will be presented.

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