A recent $3,600 grant by the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation generated $800,000 in federal grant funding for the City of Manchester to provide services to children exposed to traumatic events. The foundation funded a grant writer for the city to apply for funding from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance to […]
During 2018, the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation Board of Directors and its staff completed a strategic planning process that has resulted in refinements to our grant making and funding approach. For 20 years, the foundation has granted $750,000 or more each year to community health centers, health policy organizations and community-based organizations to deliver […]
CONCORD NH — Lisa Bujno, MSN, APRN, of Littleton, has been elected to the board of directors of the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation. Bujno is assistant medical director at Ammonoosuc Community Health Center. She formerly served as deputy director and Title V director with the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services and associate […]
The HNH Foundation announced today that it is changing its name to the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation. “We have taken the opportunity to choose a new identity that is more descriptive of what we are about,” said foundation president and CEO Gail Garceau. “This new name better communicates who the foundation is and what […]
Jaime Hoebeke of the Manchester Health Department has been named the recipient of the 2018 Sandi Van Scoyoc Legacy Award by the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation. Hoebeke is head of the department’s Neighborhood Health Division. The Legacy Award’s annual prize of $2500 is presented to a New Hampshire organization or individual who exemplifies […]
The HNH Foundation 2017 Annual Report is now available for viewing or to download. To view or download the report, please click here.
Identifying Oral Health Resources and Promising Practices in Community-based, Non-traditional Settings An inventory and examination of the state’s community-based oral health programs with consideration of promising and best practice criteria for use by providers, policy-makers, program planners and consumers.
In recent years, a confluence of research has called attention to the importance of investments in early childhood, from home visiting programs that start during the prenatal period to high-quality preschool one or two years before kindergarten entry. A first line of research is from leading developmental theories in disparate disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience, and […]
In 2014, the NH Children’s Health Foundation Board of Directors established the Sandi Van Scoyoc Legacy Award. As our founding President, the award honors her commitment to improving the health of New Hampshire’s children. The award recognizes a New Hampshire not-for-profit organization (or an individual who works for a non-profit) that demonstrates exemplary and aspirational […]
New Hampshire has made great strides in oral health since the release of the Surgeon General’s seminal report in 2000, Oral Health in America. That report served to catalyze a range of stakeholders in New Hampshire who recognized the importance of optimal oral health as part of overall health, and together, they developed the state’s […]