In December, USDA announced that 6.4 million children in nearly 14,000 high poverty schools are receiving a nutritious breakfast and lunch at no charge through a new federal initiative, the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).

"Students facing suspension or expulsion would be guaranteed ongoing education under legislation inspired by child advocacy group New Hampshire Kids Count." Nashua Telegraph, January 3, 2015

"My name is Evan West and I’m a VISTA volunteer for NH Kids Count. I’m volunteering my time for a year to work on ending childhood hunger in New Hampshire." Read more to see how you can make sure every child counts in NH.

A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation released on November 12, explores barriers low-income families and their children face, and potential solutions. "We have to work on helping kids and helping parents at the same time..."

Laura Speer, Associate Director for Policy Reform and Advocacy at the Annie E. Casey Foundation will be speaking at the Children's Summit 2014 on the Foundation's newest report, Creating Opportunity For Families: A Two-Generation Approach. Register for the Summit Today!


New Hampshire Kids Count is dedicated to improving the lives of all children by advocating for public initiatives that make a real difference.

Recent Reports

2015 Priorities for New Hampshire's ChildrenThe 2015 Priorities for New Hampshire Children is a joint legislative agenda published by NH CAN partners  (January, 2015) 

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Data Center

NH Map & Data Center The Annie E. Casey KIDS COUNT Data Center provides access to hundreds of national and state-by-state child well-being indicators as well as customizable tools and information.

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