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New Hampshire Children's Trust and affiliated organizations make the news regularly. See how we're impacting our community for children to thrive and grow in healthy environments!

In the News

  • 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.

  • NH Children's Trust seeks Unsung Heroes

    CONCORD – Parenting isn’t easy, and New Hampshire Children’s Trust wants to recognize Granite State parents who have done outstanding jobs. NH Children’s Trust currently seeks nominations for its Unsung Hero Awards, celebrating extraordinary parents and caregivers who go above and beyond for their children.

  • NH Orgs Recognized for Exceptional Management Practices

    Lakes Region Child Care Services and New Hampshire Children’s Trust have been named the 2015 recipients of the Excellence in Nonprofit Management Award of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, according to a press statement. Award recipients each received a $3,500 grant.

  • St. Laurent: Heroin's Innocent Bystanders, Stifled Voices, Neglected Needs

    Opinion Editorial by Marissa St. Laurent, NH Children's Trust Communications Assistant

    My heart is heavy far too often when local headlines include yet another loss of a young life to heroin overdose. My heart sinks even lower when I read through the unfiltered reader comments at the bottom of those articles...

  • NH leaders weigh in on parent advocacy

    CONCORD – “Advocating for (your kids), you have to be like a ‘tiger mom’,” says U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) about making the best decisions for her family.

  • NH Children's Trust offering Protective Factors training

    ROCHESTER – Do you work with children or families? NH Children’s Trust is bringing research-based training to Strafford County for anyone interested, at no cost to attendees. Beginning Sept. 30, trainers Maria Doyle and Julie Day begin a series aimed to strengthen families and ultimately prevent child abuse and neglect. The series will take place at the Frisbie Memorial Hospital Community Education and Conference Center. They begin with an introduction and overview at the first session, followed by two more day-long sessions scheduled during Oct. 17 and Nov 7.
  • Member Spotlight: NH Public Health Association

    Child maltreatment is a public health problem and needs a public health solution.”  Keryn goes on to say, “In NH there are approximately two (2) cases of EEE or West Nile Virus and potentially more than 2000 (1000% more) cases of child maltreatment."

  • Announcements: Help wanted

    The New Hampshire Children’s Trust, the governor’s designated statewide community-based child abuse prevention agency, is seeking four new members to join its board of directors in January.

  • Business people for July 14, 2015

    Marissa St. Laurent was hired as a communications assistant at New Hampshire Children’s Trust. She earned a bachelor’s in public relations from SUNY Plattsburgh.

  • New Hampshire Children's Trust Seeks Board Members

    The New Hampshire Children’s Trust, the Governor’s designated statewide community-based child abuse prevention agency, is seeking four new members to join their board of directors in January, according to a press statement.