New Hampshire

New Hampshire

We’re Mobilizing Granite staters to Be the Voice for Kids

People in New Hampshire overwhelmingly support investing in our kids, and especially early education.

In 2023, following our effective campaigns to help re-elect a bipartisan slate of early learning champions, we pivoted to prepare for a successful state legislative session.

Together with our in-state coalition partners, we achieved big wins for children, families and the child care workforce.

Together, we secured a historic investment of $60.5 million for child care, resulting in greater access to quality child care for parents and kids, support to grow and invest in the child care workforce, and more viable, sustainable child care businesses.

Join us as we continue to advocate for Granite State kids!

Upcoming Events in New Hampshire

Upcoming Events





June 13 @ 4:00 am - 7:00 pm EDT

Advocate Appreciation Celebration

White Park - 1 White St, Concord





"Every child deserves a voice, a safe space, and the opportunity to thrive—being an advocate for children's rights with SCAN means standing up for our future and allowing kids to have the necessary resources to do their best without any fear or limitation. Working with SCAN in my college years is something I will never forget and will continue to do in my future." -Natalie Pontbriand, University of New Hampshire SCAN Student Advocate

Leadership in New Hampshire

Megan Brabec (She/Her)

New Hampshire State Manager

Megan (she/her) is the New Hampshire State Manager for SCAN. Prior to joining SCAN, she coordinated student Civic & Community Engagement at UNH, organized for electoral and legislative advocacy campaigns, was the Program Director for the NH Women’s Fund, and served a term as a Town Councilor.

She also served on the Board of Directors of NARAL Pro-Choice NH and The Waysmeet Center, a community center and food pantry in Durham.

She earned both her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Affairs and her Master of Public Administration from the University of New Hampshire.

She is passionate about empowering Granite Staters to make their voices heard on the issues that matter.

Megan lives in Newmarket with her partner, her baby girl, and her cat Miley.


New Hampshire in the News

For those who care about families, children, and New Hampshire businesses, please support The Child Care for NH Working Families Act (SB 237) currently pending before the New Hampshire Senate Health and Human Services Committee.

Providing safe, quality child care in a child care center is expensive, and the crisis is multifaceted.