Ways to Give

Because of people like you, New Hampshire children are safer.

  • Donate Online or Mail a Check

    Make an immediate impact and donate securely online.


    NH Children's Trust
    10 Ferry St. Suite 315
    Concord, NH 03301

    Your gift today helps us to ensure a bright future for more of New Hampshire’s children.

    For every dollar raised in New Hampshire, we will leverage additional Federal dollars for child abuse and neglect prevention.

    Contributions to New Hampshire Children’s Trust are tax-deductible.

  • Honorary or Memorial Donations

    Honor someone who gave you a great childhood with a donation to the NH Children’s Trust. Your donation will go directly to helping more NH children have safe, nurturing and happy childhoods.

  • Event Sponsorship

    New Hampshire Children’s Trust hosts two major events every year and each provides your business with a wonderful and easy way to maximize your marketing dollars and help children and families at the same time.

    Every spring we host a Strengthening Families Summit to 300 professionals in the fields of health care, parent education, home visiting, education, social work and more.

  • Corporate Giving

    Your company can make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of New Hampshire children and families every year by helping to financially support the programs and events of New Hampshire Children’s Trust.

  • Workplace Giving and Matching Gifts

    Did you know that each year, it is estimated that nearly $5 billion is given to charities in the United States through employee giving campaigns?  Many corporations and small businesses are willing to match the personal donations of their employees in an effort to encourage employee charitable giving. Contact your Human Resources Department for your company's Matching Gift program.

  • Car Donation Program

    Donate your car, boat, truck, RV, Jet Ski or snowmobile to New Hampshire Children's Trust.

  • Planned Giving

    There are various ways individuals can leave money or other assets to New Hampshire Children’s Trust or entrust their money to us during their lifetimes so both the donors and the nonprofit benefit. These gifts can also support estate tax and financial goals. You don’t need to be wealthy to consider a planned gift.

    Bequests: Most commonly, people simply name the nonprofit as a beneficiary in their will or trust. A will or trust can be modified during the individual’s lifetime if changing circumstances so dictate.

    You can name New Hampshire Children’s Trust as a beneficiary of an IRA, 401k, 403b, or other qualified gift plan. This simple approach to planned giving may generate significant tax savings for your estate and heirs while supporting New Hampshire children and families and our work to eliminate child abuse in New Hampshire. You can also name New Hampshire Children’s Trust as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, with potential estate tax savings for heirs.

    Life-Income and other Gifts: For someone who would like to make a lasting gift to a nonprofit but needs income during his/her lifetime, planned giving alternatives such as Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Remainder Trusts may be appropriate. There are other tools for legacy gifts as well.

    For more information contact:

    Keryn Bernard-Kriegl

    or (603) 224-1279

  • Donate to Spring Auction

    Each year, the Alpha Sigma chapter of the Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of New Hampshire hosts a Dinner and Auction for Child Abuse Prevention to benefit NH Children's Trust and Prevent Child Abuse America.

    We collect donations year-round! Donate an item, a gift certificate, a service or a sponsorhip of the event by emailing us today!

  • Shop using Amazon Smile

    Doing some online shopping? Using Amazon Smile with the link below gives us a percentage donation - and it works just like a normal Amazon purchase.