New Hampshire Children’s Trust is leading the drive to eliminate child abuse and neglect in the Granite State. We invest in evidence-based prevention strategies focusing on the most vulnerable population - children under 3 years old and their families. Together, we can make significant strides in creating safe, stable and nurturing families and communities, and eliminating child abuse and neglect.
Who We Are
New Hampshire Children’s Trust is the Governor’s designated statewide community-based child abuse prevention agency, the New Hampshire Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America, and a member of the National Alliance of Children’s Trust & Prevention Funds. Founded in 1986, "New Hampshire Children’s Trust Fund" transitioned more than our name to "New Hampshire Children’s Trust, Inc.," a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation in 2011. We are a public charity and donations are tax deductible.
What We Do
New Hampshire Children’s Trust provides integral training, technical assistance, resources, evaluation and accreditation support to direct-service programs -- the professionals who directly interact with children and their families. We strive to improve systems and public policies to support healthy outcomes for children. Finally, we engage the general public, community, business, religious and parent leaders to take action to eliminate child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire.
Connect with Us
Don't be a stranger, keep in touch! We all have a role to play in the elimination of child abuse and neglect. You can do many things as an individual or as part of a neighborhood, club, faith group or workplace. We provide an array of options for you to stay connected and get involved. You can send us an email, follow us on social media, subscribe to our Enewsletter, and even give us a good-old-fashioned phone call. Become part of the solution. We look forward to hearing from you.
"New Hampshire Children’s Trust Fund" was founded in 1986 as a quasi-governmental organization, the agency transitioned to the "New Hampshire Children’s Trust, Inc.," a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation in 2011.
Frequently Asked Questions
This collection of frequently asked questions provides brief answers to many common questions about child abuse and neglect.