March-25-2015

This week School Breakfast Challenge award winners from Oyster River High School told us how the School Breakfast Challenge had made a difference in their school.

August-28-2014

Guest Blog: University of NH Sustainability Institute; "By attending an upcoming regional gathering, you will have the opportunity to learn about trends, data, challenges, and innovations in our food system, network with others doing work in the food system, and prioritize actions for reaching our food system goals."

June-25-2014

NH Hunger Solutions, a coalition of NH Kids Count, recently marked the half-way point in the implementation of the NH Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger. The Coalition has published a Progress Report detailing NH's improvements in efforts to ensure that every child has three nutritious meals a day.
 

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! 

February-21-2014

When the school day and school year end, thousands of New Hampshire children living in families struggling to make ends meet lose access to three, healthy meals a day. With 15.6% of Granite State children living in poverty, it is now more important than ever that we fill nutrition voids after school and over the summer.

November-15-2013

There are hungry children in every school. In fact, there are more than 40,000 food insecure children in New Hampshire.

September-25-2013

“If we put America’s families first, I continue to believe that Republicans and Democrats can find common ground, make smart cuts, and protect hungry families.”

~ Representative Ann Kuster, in a letter published in the Monadnock Ledger September 25, 2013

NH Kids Count would like to thank Representative Kuster for continuing to champion children in the legislature.