About the School Breakfast Challenge Partners
The New Hampshire School Breakfast Challenge, which places state-wide emphasis on school breakfast, is a collaboration of resources and expertise from the following organizations:
New Hampshire Kids Count is dedicated to improving the lives of all children by advocating for public initiatives that make a real difference. As the only independent multi-issue child advocacy organization in NH, we use comprehensive data to bring people together, raise questions, seek answers and make smart, long lasting changes for NH children. NH Kids Count and its coalition, NH Hunger Solutions, developed the New Hampshire Roadmap to End Childhood Hunger (PDF), a statewide plan to tackle the root causes of childhood hunger. Expanding the use of school breakfast is one step toward creating a New Hampshire where every child has three nutritious meals a day.
Becca Story, bstory[at]newenglanddairy[dot]com
New England Dairy & Food Council (NEDFC) is a non-profit nutrition education organization supported by the dairy farmers of New England and Eastern New York. Staffed by registered dietitians, we work in five New England states to ensure that health professionals, scientists, media, child nutrition professionals and educators have a credible body of nutrition knowledge upon which to educate or base health.
Cheri White; cheri.white[at]doe.nh[dot]gov
The New Hampshire Department of Education is committed to helping students, parents, and educators meet the educational needs of each student. Their mission is to provide educational leadership and services which promote equal educational opportunities and quality practices and programs that enable New Hampshire residents to become fully productive members of society.
David Dziki, david.dziki[at]merrimack.k12.nh[dot]us
The School Nutrition Association of New Hampshire , a state affiliate School Nutrition Association, is a national, nonprofit professional organization representing more than 55,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country. Recognized as the authority on school nutrition, the School Nutrition Association (SNA) has been advancing the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education since 1946.