RCCF grantees are skilled community organizers working with parents, early educators, and small child care business owners to identify structural barriers to equity and become leaders in a growing movement to ensure access to affordable, quality child care for all.
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9to5 Georgia’s mission is to build a movement to achieve economic justice, by engaging directly affected women to improve working conditions. 9to5 Georgia is a statewide chapter of 9to5, National Association of Working Women. We are building an effective movement for change, using organizing, civic engagement, advocacy, coalition-building and leadership development strategies to build power and change public policy.
To promote racial and economic equity through intentional, intensive leadership development and collective, faith-based actions that work toward systemic change. ISAIAH works to ensure that all people, regardless of class, race, ethnicity or religion, are involved in creating the region’s future and have an opportunity to benefit from the region’s growth.
Parent Voices California
The CA Child Care Resource & Referral Network (the Network) is committed to helping all families find and maintain affordable, quality child care that best meets their families’ needs. Parent Voices, a project of the Network is a parent-led, parent-run grassroots organization fighting to make quality child care accessible and affordable to all families.