Monthly Archives: April 2018
Learn more about SCAN’s Peer Mentor Program for new volunteer leaders, including some sample questions to ask your mentor or mentee.
Use this worksheet with your Community Action Team to develop a great plan for your upcoming SCAN event or campaign.
Print out this template sign in sheet to collect people’s information at your next house party!
Tax credits tied to child care expenditures can help our families with high costs, but current polices do not meet the needs of many working families in Pueblo and throughout Colorado. Fortunately, a bipartisan bill recently introduced in the state House of Representatives would expand the child care expenses income tax credit, assisting more low-income and middle-income families across the state.
Save the Children Action Network President Kris Perry released the following statement today on the Colorado state House of Representatives’ passage of the Expand Child Care Expenses Income Tax Credit bill, HB18-1208, with a 38-26 bipartisan vote. The bill will now be sent to the state Senate for consideration.
As director of an early childhood education center, I see that working families with young children in our community are under pressure to make ends meet. Fortunately, leaders at the Colorado State Legislature introduced a bill that would assist more families afford quality child care.