Every day, new stories emerge about the thousands of children who are in desperate need of care and relief at the U.S. border. Here are three ways that you can make a real, tangible difference for those children.
Yearly Archives: 2019
My twin boys are now six months old and I’m just returning back to my full-time role as CEO. I’ve been fully engaged in the jigsaw puzzle of piecing together care from my parents and friends, paying for someone to come into our home, and hoping to get off the waitlist at a child care center. I can’t help but think, what about those who don’t have any of these supports?
This school year, more than 125 passionate high school and college students across 13 states worked diligently to engage their classmates, communities, candidates running for office and elected officials around making change for kids.
When I learned about SCAN, I was inspired by the idea of advocating for all kids to have access to early learning programs. I know that providing quality, early education to all kids is an investment in West Virginia and our future.
This week, the Colorado General Assembly made history for kids. They passed legislation to provide $184 million for full-day kindergarten for all of Colorado’s 178 school districts.
Right now, in conflicts across the world, children are living through unspeakable violence with devastating and life-changing consequences. Bombed, shot, starved – children’s homes and schools have become a battlefield. No child should go through this.
We know that a child’s brain develops the fastest in the first three years of life. That’s why we’re so excited that the Washington state legislature passed a bill that will expand services for disadvantaged babies and toddlers across the Evergreen State.