Whether you are a parent or caregiver of a young child, an early childhood professional or someone interested in children's issues, you can influence the future for children, families and your community.
Many things are happening in your local community, throughout your state and across the nation. Find out about these important projects and how you can help.
Child Care Aware Parent Network Action Center is hub of advocacy activity including a publication that provides parenting and child development articles, advocacy advice and important news regarding national child care policies.
Kentucky Youth Advocates is a non-partisan, non-profit, children’s advocacy organization that promotes positive changes and policies that impact children through research, publications and collaboration.
Ohio Groundworks Campaign is working to ensure that all families have access to the early childhood health, education, and behavioral development services that they need. The Campaign is part of a statewide movement to make early care and education a long-term priority in Ohio.
Partnership for America’s Economic Success, managed by and housed at The Pew Charitable Trusts, the Partnership was created by funders, business leaders, economists, policy experts and advocates to lay the groundwork for making the success of every child the nation's top economic priority.
Pre-K Now is a campaign of the Pew Center on the States, collaborating with advocates and policymakers to lead a movement toward high-quality, voluntary pre-kindergarten for all three and four year olds.
United Way of Greater Cincinnati works in partnership with federal, state and local governments to develop effective service delivery systems for education, income and health throughout our region.
Voices for America’s Children is a nonpartisan, national organization working on children’s advocacy issues at all levels of government since 1984. Ohio and Kentucky have active chapters working on public policy in early education, health, juvenile justice, child welfare, tax and budget decisions and other areas.
Zero to Three Policy Network is a vehicle for professionals to impact public policy so that all babies have good health, strong families and positive early learning experiences.