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Hunger in New Hampshire – Webinar recording

If you missed yesterday’s webinar or would like to share the information presented with others you may access the video recording by CLICKING HERE. // Enter this passcode when prompted Y$!HPv!5 . About Our Speaker Food Research & Action Center’s Director of School and Out-of-School Time Programs, Crystal FitzSimons, directs FRAC’s work on the child […]

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Retired Goffstown teacher recognized with Van Scoyoc Award

Her Friday volunteers make sure children don’t go hungry over the weekend Three years ago, this year’s Sandi Van Scoyoc Award honoree Dianne Macon was approached and asked to start a weekend food program for children in Goffstown, New Boston and Dunbarton. Starting from scratch, the newly-retired teacher quickly recruited a team of volunteers and […]

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Van Scoyoc Legacy Award

This award recognizes a New Hampshire not-for-profit organization, or an individual who works for a non-profit, that demonstrates exemplary and aspirational commitment or innovation toward improving the health of New Hampshire’s children and families. The 2020 award will be presented to Dianne Macon at the Foundation’s annual event on October 7.  Three years ago, Macon was approached by the Goffstown Network Food Pantry to start a weekend food program for children in Goffstown, New Boston and Dunbarton. Starting from scratch, the newly-retired teacher quickly recruited a team of volunteers and created a unique and innovative program in partnership with area schools.

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about the health and
well-being of all
vulnerable children
and their families.

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The New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation awarded $989,800 in grants during its latest program year, with new awards and field investments benefiting 30 health-related initiatives and projects at nonprofit and community organizations across the state.

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