May-24-2017

Report: NH ranks 50th out of 51 in school breakfast participation  

NH-1 Coverage  Eagle Times Coverage  FRAC Scorecard (Report)

May-12-2016


Wednesday, April 19, 2017
  Before retiring from the New Hampshire Senate last year, I sponsored a bipartisan bill that created a commission to address child hunger in our state. The work of the commission is to address the fact that 44,000 children in New Hampshire are food insecure, children who experience physiological pain because they are worried that there will not be food for them to eat and who experience real hunger from a lack of food.

March-16-2015

NH School Breakfast Challenge: 9 schools recognized By: Laura Montenegro (c) NH1.com

June-24-2014

"One thing that can help sleepy, hungry kids get ready to hit the books by the first school bell is a good breakfast. Several local schools have learned the value of providing that meal and, as the school year winds down, the New Hampshire School Breakfast Challenge is singing their praises."

Eagle Tribune (June 24, 2014) Schools See Surge in Breakfast Participation 

March-14-2014

Success Starts with School Breakfast! NFL player & Nashua native Kendall Reyes joins Dr. Crisp Elementary School, NH Kids Count and NH School Breakfast Challenge Partners to kick off the “It Starts With School Breakfast” campaign March 14. 

March-10-2014

Recent statewide coverage of the importance of school breakfast in NH. Check out these articles to learn more about school breakfast and what NH Kids Count is doing to promote it! 

March-07-2014

"Take Time for School Breakfast" Opinion piece written by NH Kids Count Board Member Andy Beaupre published this morning in Foster's Daily Democrat.

September-23-2013

“This is a wake-up call for our state," said Ellen Fineberg, Executive Director of the nonprofit advocacy group, Children's Alliance of New Hampshire.” Children are the future health and well-being of our state."

Seacoast Online (September 23, 2013): More children live in poverty

September-20-2013

“The percentage of children living in poverty in New Hampshire surged last year to 15.6 percent. That’s up from 12 percent in 2011, the largest increase of any state.“

New Hampshire Public Radio (September 20, 2013): Report: Child Poverty Surges In N.H.