State House and Senate leaders released their two-year budgets late last week. The budgets represent real progress for Washington’s kids and families.
No Kidding! The Children's Alliance blog
When we all come together to support each other, especially in times like these, we build a foundation for a healthy future.
The pandemic is posing formidable challenges to the health, education and economic stability of kids and families—and children of color are most exposed.
Here in Washington and across the country, the open enrollment period for health coverage on state-based exchanges has begun.
KIDS COUNT brief urges lawmakers to act boldly on behalf of kids & families
When I stepped into my role as the new Executive Director of Children’s Alliance, I was humbled to succeed Paola Maranan, a dear friend who I’ve long admired as a champion for racial equity. I was equally excited to join an organization with a well-deserved reputation for advancing anti-racism.
At Children’s Alliance, we are working to dismantle the barriers kids face to brighter, stronger futures.
In just half a year, life in Washington state has changed profoundly. The global pandemic has taken the lives of more than 2,000 of our neighbors, friends and family. The recession has cost 200,000 workers their jobs.
On August 20th and 25th, Children's Alliance met virtually with community members from across our state to strengthen and grow our commitment to racial justice for children and families, and our relationships with our fellow advocates, and to introduce our new Executive Director Dr. Stephan Blanford to our membership to share his vision and values. Read our announcement about Dr.