Young children & their families deserve reliable, quality child care that lets parents work and puts young children on track for success in school and in life. With relief funds long gone, our nation’s child care system is under massive strain. The good news: There is a strong movement in Congress to provide new investments to sustain the child care sector for the long haul.
Are you fired up to make sure citizens have the information they need in hand to successfully cast their ballot? If so, You Can Vote’s Voting Rights Champions Program is designed to help nonprofits educate and empower voters! As a Champion, you’ll receive non-partisan materials to display and/or distribute at your locations. Together, we’ll help ensure all eligible North Carolina citizens have what they need to register and vote. Courtesy of You Can Vote.
Legislative leaders have convened a new bipartisan committee in 2022 to discuss whether to expand Medicaid in North Carolina. Do you know what it’s like to live without the health coverage you need?
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Many children across our state face significant barriers that affect their wellbeing. Too many kids and families face discrimination because of their race, ethnicity, and place of birth. NC Child wants every child to have the chance to thrive.
Here are a few of the current campaigns we’re working on, together with our partners:
Since the pandemic began, hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians have lost their jobs – and health insurance. It’s time for state leaders to act.
Some NC kids have unacceptable levels of lead in their bodies, putting them at risk. Eliminating exposure to lead means healthier brain development.
North Carolina can’t go back to work without child care. Access to strong early childhood programs is critical for child development, & for NC’s working families.
Children’s healthy social-emotional development is tied to their ability to learn, maintain healthy relationships with their family and peers, and succeed later in life.