Connecticut Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.)
You never know what your day will bring. One particular day I had a Zoom call with a woman named Tigger, she wanted to share with me how her organization, Bikers Against Child Abuse, or B.A.C.A., helps children who have
If You Missed the Campaign for Grade Level Reading Workshop, Catch Up Here!
On January 18, 2023 we welcomed Ron Fairchild with the Campaign for Grade Level Reading, who is responsible for managing the GLR Support Center, which delivers technical assistance in the areas of school readiness, attendance, and summer learning to more
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month
According to the U.S. Department of State, human trafficking, also known as trafficking in persons, includes both forced labor and sex trafficking. It not only represents a threat to international peace and security but also undermines the rule of law,
Celebrating the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today, we honor the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by continuing his unfinished work to redeem the soul of America. Dr. King came of age in the South during a time when racial discrimination was the law of the land.
Congress Expands the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program!
Last month Congress wrapped up legislation for the year, including the passing of the Omnibus year-end spending package. Thanks to the advocacy of you and so many other stakeholders across the nation, Congress included a bipartisan five-year reauthorization and expansion
January is National Mentoring Month!
Each January, communities come together to ignite passions and help turn those wildest dreams into reality with National Mentoring Month. By harnessing our collective voice, MENTOR advocates for mentorship, legislative priorities, and raises awareness for how one conversation, one experience,