This past session, the Children’s Alliance fought for policy solutions rooted in our commitment to improve the lives of Washington’s children and advance racial equity, so every child has the opportunity they deserve.
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Champions for Children are state lawmakers recognized by the Children’s Alliance for their outstanding service on behalf of children.
To be honored as a Champion for Children, a state lawmaker must provide significant leadership in protecting or advancing state policies or investments that improve the well-being of children in Washington.
Learn more about Children's Alliance's criteria for selecting Champions for Children (pdf).
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Children’s Alliance executive director Paola Maranan delivered the following remark
This year’s election will bring immense change to our nation and our state.
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Doors open at 8:30 a.m.; program 9-10:30.
This free event features:
- Light breakfast,
- A look ahead at advocacy for children in 2017,
- A conversation with Chris Reykdal, Superintendent-elect of Public Instruction;
Join Children's Alliance members for a conversation with Superintendent-elect Reykdal about ensuring all Washington kids are safe, healthy, and set up for success at school.
- A conversation with state legislators.
Join with legislative guests and Children's Alliance members for a dialogue about the priorities for kids on our 2017 Legislative Agenda, and how public policy can protect children from the harm of racism and poverty, and help all kids reach their vast potential. Legislative Guests: Senator Jeannie Darneille, 27th District (D-Tacoma) Senator-elect Hans Zeiger, 25th District (R-Puyallup) Representative-elect Kristine Reeves, 30th District (D-Federal Way).
Please join us for this opportunity to come together, celebrate our work, and look ahead at the 2017 legislative session.
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The state Supreme Court must not order action that would endanger children’s constituti
SEATTLE – Kids and families in Washington state have made some progress in the face of poverty rates that have yet to improve, according to the new national 2016 KIDS COUNT® Data Book from the Annie. E. Casey Foundation.
For too long, oral health has gone unrecognized as integral to overall health. Too many Washingtonians do not have access to routine and preventive oral health care. Read more.
For Washington to thrive, all of our children must thrive. That's why Children's Alliance partners with parents and other community leaders to push for public investments in key areas of child well-being.
This year, by opening the doors of power in Olympia to parents and advocates from across the state, we achieved two historic victories.
Mid-level dental providers are a cost effective strategy to increase access to care.