HNH Foundation Videos
We invite you to learn more about our grantees and the important issues they address in their work.
If you have trouble watching the videos here, you can also watch them on the HNH Foundation YouTube Channel.
Safe Routes to Play* seeks to improve the safety and ease of biking and walking to recreational areas for young children and their families. Watch this introductory video, featuring Nathan Miller, Executive Director, Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission, about the program’s impact in Lebanon, NH.
*Safe Routes to Play is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial 4.0 International License. For more information go to gpred.org/safe-routes-to-play.
The HNH Foundation is funding “best practices” obesity prevention programs, with a focus on increasing the opportunities for children to walk to local parks and playgrounds, ride their bikes, and have access to healthy food, right in their own neighborhood. Watch this video on our obesity prevention programs.
An interview with Adele Woods, CEO of Coos County Family Health Services (NH), on the importance of affordable healthcare coverage, especially for families in underserved, rural areas of New Hampshire.
The Molar Express is a public health mobile dental clinic equipped to provide services typically found in any general dental practice. Our portable dental equipment allows our team to set up a professional and safe dental clinic in community locations.
The HNH Foundation has supported the oral health initiatives of Coos County Family Health Services for several years, and we're making an impact on hundreds of children, and on their families.
Tim Soucy of the Manchester NH Public Health Department discusses how the Manchester Healthy Corner Stores Program is bringing healthy eating choices and nutritional information to local grocery stores throughout the Queen City.
HNH Foundation 15th Anniversary Presentation by President Sandi Van Scoyoc
Sandi Van Scoyoc and Nancy Martin discuss collaborative efforts between the HNH Foundation and the Oral Health Program at the NH Division of Public Health Services.