Here are three ways you can be a voice for kids!
Yearly Archives: 2017
Today is International Day of the Girl – a day to proclaim that every girl deserves a future, including refugees.
Through advocacy and perseverance, we can make sure that the world’s most marginalized children are not left behind or forgotten by our country’s legislators.
From starting school ready to learn to higher graduation rates, quality child care can transform kids’ lives.
Because Jalyssa participated in a home visiting program, the lives of her daughters – including Jayla – have been transformed.
Today, we’re in conversation with SCAN’s State Mobilization Director Ed Stierli to learn what sparked his interest in advocating for kids.
In this interview Dr. Sheri Hatfield, licensed psychologist, shares recommendations on how to talk with children about tough issues.
“Ultimately, I want to let people know the importance of early childhood education programs and what a difference those programs can make in a child’s life.”
Last week, actor and Save the Children Trustee Jennifer Garner and I visited Houston, which is recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Jennifer and I were inspired by the incredible can-do spirit we witnessed.
Home visiting programs like Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) can help parents and children live better, healthier, and more self-sufficient lives.