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The Art of Birddogging

Engaging with candidates is not scary when you know what you’re doing. Follow these tips and you’ll be good to go!

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Voices from kids: Stop the War on Children

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.

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Investing in Washington State’s Littlest Learners

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.

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Creating Smiles for Families in Honduras

When children and families are denied basic rights, they are more likely to suffer from preventable diseases, violence and hunger, and a lack of education. I know there are ways we can help make a difference in their lives.  

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Twitter Talk: Making the economic case for child care

Whether you’re a parent, doctor, teacher, business owner or employee, the issue of quality child care can – and likely does – matter to you. Parents, pediatricians and educators know how critical the first five years of children’s lives are …

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Strong Voices for Kids on Capitol Hill

The strength of more than 200 voices reverberated on Capitol Hill last week – voices raised on behalf of kids around the world in meetings with more than 145 lawmakers and their staff.

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Changemakers for Children

In honor of its 100th anniversary, Save the Children recognized an inspiring group of people who have all raised their voices and worked tirelessly for the world’s most marginalized children. Get to know the Changemakers for Children!

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