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The Angle, November 2017 – #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is around the corner, and we want your support! As the national day of giving approaches – 7 days to be exact – we came up with 7 ways your donation supports children!


1. Imagines a hopeful future:

Children who attend quality early learning programs are four times more likely to earn a college degree, stay employed longer, and earn higher incomes

2. Levels the playing field for all children, no matter their socio-economic background:

At-risk children are 25% more likely to drop out of school and 70% more likely to be arrested for a violent crime.

3. Advances policies that put our children first:

Every $1 invested in early learning yields a nearly $9 return to society! Children who enter kindergarten with a quality early learning foundation, have higher levels of health and face lower incarceration rates.

4. More children can have access to quality early learning programs:

Only 35% of four-year-olds, and less than 10% of three-year-olds, are receiving the high quality education they deserve!

5. Provides resources that support parents and enhance their parenting practices:

Children who have genuine meaningful conversations develop larger vocabularies, which is a strong predictor for their long-term school success.

6. Provides professional development for current educators:

“Early educators’ skills, knowledge, and well-being are inseparable from the quality of children’s early learning experiences.” – Dr. Marcy Whitebook

7. Nurtures positive brain development:

Approximately 85% of a child’s brain development occurs in the first 3 years of life


Through your donation, you are helping us on our mission to make quality early education a reality for all children.

So, please join us this #GivingTuesday, and give to Child360.

To learn more about the work you are supporting, click here.

To learn more about the #GivingTuesday movement, click here.


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