Wednesday June 7, 2017
11:30 am - 1 pm
Doors open at 11 am, the luncheon starts promptly at 11:30.
Voices for Children is our opportunity to celebrate with other child advocates, support incredible advocacy for kids, and rally ourselves for the important work ahead.
When we raise our voices together, we build the power to protect kids and build a healthy future.
Have a Heart for Kids Day brought hundreds of advocates for children to the State Capitol on Friday, January 27. Children’s Alliance members brought their voices, their values and their hope to state lawmakers who are making important choices in the days and weeks ahead. To see photos from the day, click here.
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.
Every child in Washington should have a great childhood, full of opportunities to reach their vast potential. Public policy should protect kids, advance opportunity and equity, and help build strong families. People who care about kids can make a difference by speaking up and getting involved in advocacy.
The Children’s Alliance Advocacy Camp is held at the Dumas Bay Centre, 3200 SW Dash Point Rd. in Federal Way, from Wednesday, October 5th at 10:00 a.m. to Friday, October 7th at 3:00 p.m.
Celebrating the Passage of the Early Start Act & the Leadership of Dr. Bette Hyde
A celebration of Washington’s historic steps forward on early learning in the 2015 legislative sessions, and the outstanding leadership of Dr. Bette Hyde in building a high quality early learning system for Washington state.
All ages welcome. There is no cost to attend. Rain or shine.
Sunday, October 11, 2-4 p.m.
It took years of work together – and we did it! The cut to State Food Assistance is over!
The cut unfairly burdened immigrant families - primarily in communities of color - with hunger and economic hard times. Families and advocates spoke up courageously and persistently for five years! Advocacy worked! The cut is ended and families' food assistance is restored
It’s a reason to celebrate! Families, community leaders and state legislators who helped make this victory possible will be at this event. Everyone is welcome.
Advocacy works, and it’s takes all of us to win the change that Washington’s kids and communities are counting on. You are invited to power up your advocacy skills at a one-day Leadership in Advocacy Training.
Leadership in Advocacy Training
Thursday, September 17
Evergreen College Tacoma Campus
Cost is sliding scale, $0-$100.
You are invited! Join us for our Annual Meeting and dialogue with legislators. Children's Alliance makes kid' lives better - and so do you! RSVP and join us on November 6th!
This free event features a light breakfast, dialogue with legislators and an opportunity to hear about what is at stake for kids in the 2015 state legislative session.
Children’s Alliance works to improve the lives of children by making positive changes in public policy. Our trainings teach essential skills you can use to be effective in advocacy.
Join Children's Alliance and the Washington Dental Access Campaign for a special webinar to explore the issue of mid-level dental care providers. The webinar will feature dental health care leaders from Alaska and Minnesota, where mid-level dental care providers are already part of the dental health care team. After the speakers’ presentations there will be time for your questions.