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New Hampshire Hunger Solutions

New Hampshire Kids Count is dedicated to improving the lives of all children by advocating for public initiatives that make a real difference. For over 26 years, we have taken courageous positions as the only independent multi-issue child advocacy organization in the state, our allegiance is to children and children only.

made things better.

We create system-wide change to make our state the best place to be a kid by strengthening our government, businesses, communities and families every day. 

brought people together.

We rally partner organizations and individuals to work collectively for change. Every year, we develop and promote a timely child-focused agenda for state lawmakers.  

And, we are motivated by the facts. 

We believe that what gets measured gets changed. NH Kids Count uncovers insightful data on the well-being of all New Hampshire’s children and shares it through the most comprehensive reference of its kind, the NH Kids Count Data Book. We put this data in a national context through our partnership with the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Together with you, we raise questions, seek answers, foster conversations, and advocate for changes to make New Hampshire the best place to be a kid.

NH Kids Count recently released the New Hampshire Kids Count 2015 Data Book. The Data Book, the most comprehensive state-wide resource of its kind, features 32 indicators of child well-being across five focus areas. Use the Data Book to look up information on family and community, education, economic security, health and wellness and safety of kids in your county and the state overall.

Common ways the Data Book is used to inform audiences: 

  • Grant Writing
  • Testimony
  • Identifying new initiatives 
  • Further research

Infographics, all indicators and the full Data Book can be found on

Give us a call at 603.225.2264 or visit! We love hearing from you.

Posted on: Thursday, May 7, 2015

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