Monthly Archives: October 2014

New Report Challenges States to Increase Access to Child Care Assistance

On October 22, the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a new report, “Turning the Corner: State Child Care Assistance Policies 2014.” As the authors state in the introduction, child care should be a top priority in all states: it helps … Continue reading

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All Our Kin Co-Founder and Executive Director Selected as “Extraordinary Female Social Entrepreneur” for New Profit Accelerator

We are thrilled to announce that All Our Kin Co-Founder and Executive Director Jessica Sager has been selected by New Profit as one of this year’s “Extraordinary Female Social Entrepreneurs” for the New Profit Accelerator! New Profit, a social innovation … Continue reading

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“Not Just Any Day Care”: New Haven Provider Lottie Brown Shares Her Story at our Kinship in New Haven Benefit

On Thursday, October 16, All Our Kin hosted its annual Kinship in New Haven benefit at Bentara Restaurant. We invited Lottie Brown, a child care provider based in New Haven, to say a few words about her decision to start … Continue reading

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Makayla’s Story: Early Head Start’s Impact on Three Generations

Makayla is a shy, sweet two year old who loves to learn. “She likes to play tea party and read books,” her mother Katina tells me. “She’ll copy anything you say.” A few months ago, Katina and Makayla’s father Jeremy … Continue reading

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