There are many opportunities to get involved at NHCT! Our volunteers and donors help build strong families, keep children safe by writing letters to the legislature, host special events or house parties, volunteer in our office and provide in-kind services or donations.
Learn more about how you can reach out to help improve the safety and well-being of children and families in New Hampshire.
Make a contribution
Because of people like you, New Hampshire ranks one of the best in the nation for overall child well-being. Keeping children safe ensures a bright future for all of us.
Your gift helps empower parents to speak up for their children and families, professionals advocate for family-friendly policies in the Granite State, and give people who work with children and families the knowledge and tools they need to better serve their communities.
Volunteer or intern with us
We bring together compassionate individuals to support and assist in the daily operations of NH Children’s Trust through our volunteer program. We depend greatly on our volunteers who donate their time and talent to help. Without volunteers, we could not accomplish or advance our mission.
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Advocate for children
New Hampshire's children depend on us to advocate on their behalf. Whether it's in your family, neighborhood, school, religious institution, club or public office, children need you to raise your voice so that they have the best opportunity for healthy growth and development. In 2015, we began an initiative called My Voice Matters. Every one of us has a story to tell, a reason to stick up for children and families. Learn more and join in.
Nominate a parent who has overcome challenges for the Unsung Hero Award, a volunteer who has helped out at you child's program or school for the Lucy Fowlkes Breed Family Service Volunteer Award, or a child care center for building parent leaders and embedding the protective factors in their program for the Strengthening Families in Child Care Award.
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