The 2024 state legislative session is underway, and we can start strong by letting our elected officials know that New Hampshire thrives when we invest in kids.
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.
After years of work by advocates, supporters in New Hampshire and coalition partners, Governor Chris Sununu signed bipartisan legislation in 2017 that ensures more kids in the Granite State will have access to day kindergarten. In 2022, we successfully advocated for legislation that will direct state agencies to develop a plan to improve access to high-quality child care.
We’re committed to ensuring all New Hampshire’s children in succeed in school and life.
Thank you New Hampshire Advocates!
Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) Applauds NH State Budget for Fully Funding the Child Care for NH Working Families Act
“The full funding of the Child Care for NH Working Families Act is a monumental win for the children and families of New Hampshire” Washington, D.C. (June 15, 2023) — Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), a leading political voice …
March 1, 2023
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.
New Hampshire Bulletin
February 20, 2023
Providing safe, quality child care in a child care center is expensive, and the crisis is multifaceted. Now a bill currently under consideration in the state Senate aims to improve New Hampshire’s child care system. The Child Care for Working Families Act includes changes to the N.H. Child Care Scholarship Program regarding eligibility and reimbursement policies.
State Manager, New Hampshire
Julie originates from the UK. On graduating with a B.A. in social policy and social work, Julie was recruited to work in a US based residential school for children with severe physical, emotional, and psychological issues. Julie since served various capacities of social services and as a manager for a nonprofit nursing certification program. She has also volunteered for local and national electoral campaigns, and served as an advocate for various initiatives and organizations, on topics ranging from housing to gun violence.
Julie lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two children. She enjoys, reading, kayaking, and is an avid all-year-round hiker.