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Support our work on the issues you care most about, like ensuring our kids are safe from abuse and neglect, that every child enters school ready to learn, and that all of our kids are healthy. We share your passion for change, and by joining our team, you'll see your investments go further and reach more kids with advocacy.

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Celebrating 20 years of advocacy

The Children’s Advocacy Alliance is excited to commemorate 20 years of advocating for the children and families of Nevada! Over the last 20 years, we have worked diligently to ensure that every child in Nevada has the opportunity to be safe and healthy, with the ability to enter school ready to learn and succeed in life…

Be an advocate for change

Strong voices make all the difference. Add your voice to our cause by
taking action on the following initiatives

Foster Youth Graduation

Students in Nevada's foster care system age out even as they are graduating high school. Many will not have the support or resources other students will have as they embark on a college, trade, or workforce career. (more…)

Providing Public Comment to the IFC Meeting

The Interim Finance Committee meets Thursday, May 5 at 9 am.
There are several work program items on the agenda that affect children:

Educators, Share Your Story.

Educators, Share Your Story. Early educators are a vital part of our community, providing children with a head start to academic success, and parents with important support and care. The Children's Advocacy Alliance (CAA) is collecting stories of early educators for similar future projects like the one below which we use to show legislators and business leaders how challenging and rewarding the life of an early educator can be.

Thank Nevada’s Child Care Providers!

Join the Children's Advocacy Alliance in thanking Nevada's Child Care Providers! Essential service and emergency workers are at the heart of this pandemic. We owe so much more than words can offer to those risking their health each and every day for us. Behind many of those essential and emergency workers are the invisible heroes of the child care industry, working hard to make sure their kids are safe while their parents continue to work. COVID-19 is highlighting our community’s need for child care providers, more now than ever. Whether you have children of your own in child care, whether you’re working or not, and whether or not you have your own children, access to child care for essential and emergency workers impacts you. Please join the Children’s Advocacy Alliance in sending a letter of thanks to child care providers across our state.

Urgent Request: Ask your lawmakers to support children and families

Urgent Request: Ask your lawmakers to support children and families in future legislation in response to the COVID-19 crisis As Congress considers a far-reaching economic stimulus package and other legislation in response to the COVID-19 crisis, join the Children's Advocacy Alliance in urging lawmakers to include robust supports for Nevada's Children and Families.

Share your Child Care Story!

The Children's Advocacy Alliance urges you to share your child care story. By sharing your story, you can help policymakers identify the change needed to develop a safe, affordable, and high-quality early care and learning system that works for all families.

Become an Advocate

The Children's Advocacy Alliance Action Team is made up of Nevadans who are passionate champions of policies and laws that help children achieve their highest potential throughout their lives — at school, at work, at home, and in their communities. We're committed advocates who take on the toughest challenges, especially for children who live in families with low-income and those who face multiple forms of discrimination — and we make change happen.

Tell us your story

We want to hear from you. In order to do the best work we can do for our community, we need to hear your voices. If you have an issue or concern to raise with us regarding the welfare of Nevada's Children, we want to know about it.

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