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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

  • NH Children's Trust promotes Mitchell

    MANCHESTER — The New Hampshire Children’s Trust announced the promotion of former Communications Coordinator Janine Mitchell to public relations director. Mitchell worked as the web editor at Foster's Daily Democrat in Dover before joining the Trust two years ago.
  • Fiddle Ensemble Rocks Exeter Town Hall, Raises $2,500

    Sounds of bluegrass, swing and rock filled the Exeter Town Hall recently while raising $2,500 to prevent child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire, according to a press statement.

  • Giving Matters: NHCT Reduces Incidents of Shaken Baby Syndrome

    Bob Logan’s grandson, Devin, was born on Christmas Day, 2004. Devin’s parents weren’t living together, so he spent the following Father’s Day weekend with his father. In early the morning hours of Father’s Day, Devin woke up crying, his father’s efforts did not soothe the baby. So, as Bob puts it, “in an effort to get the baby to stop crying, he shook him.” Devin stopped crying. 

  • Exeter's Pinwheel Garden raises awareness of child abuse

    EXETER – The sunshine came out from behind the clouds and the wind whipped off the Squamscott River, spinning dozens of pinwheels in such a way that made any passerby consider investing in wind energy.

  • Exeter Pinweels for Prevention Garden

    On April 18, for the second year, NH Children’s Trust and The General Federation of Women’s Clubs NH (GFWCNH) host a Pinwheel Garden at Swasey Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to support April as National Child Abuse Prevention month, according to a press statement.

  • UNH sorority donates money from dinner and auction

    DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire Alpha Sigma chapter of the Kappa Delta sorority kicked off April as Child Abuse Prevention month by raising around $23,000 for child abuse prevention. 

  • Students go blue for child abuse prevention

    SOMERSWORTH — There may be more than the usual amount of Hilltopper Blue in Somersworth today.
    Blue is the school color and also the color chosen to symbolize child abuse prevention.

  • Ensemble fiddles on NH stages

    The New Hampshire Fiddle Ensemble, a statewide community and professional ensemble of more than 60 musicians aged 8 to 85, will perform three benefit concerts this month in New Hampshire.

  • Let's all stand up against child abuse

    Finally it starts to feel like spring now that April is here. There is still about four feet of snow out my window, but I can hear the melting at long last. April is also Child Abuse Prevention Month. 

  • Don't miss the NH Fiddle Ensemble for child abuse prevention

    The New Hampshire Fiddle Ensemble will perform a very special concert on Saturday, April 11th at the Exeter Town Hall to benefit New Hampshire Children’s Trust.