Save the Children and Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) deplore the president’s proposed massive budget cuts to international development, diplomatic and humanitarian assistance – roughly 30 percent – that will have disastrous impacts on the health, education, and safety of mothers and children abroad.
President’s Proposed Budget Level-Funds Head Start, Child Care, Eliminates Other Critical Early Learning and After-School Programs
Save the Children and Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) today expressed concern about the president’s fiscal year 2019 budget request. While the plan level-funds domestic early childhood programs, it eliminates funding for Preschool Development Grants and a vital after-school program.
Leading humanitarian, development, and global health organizations again join forces against cuts to foreign assistance
Leading humanitarian, development, and global health organizations call upon Congress to reject the Administration’s inadequate and dangerous Budget Request for Fiscal Year 2019 (FY 2019) and to instead sustain and protect the International Affairs Budget in FY 2019 at a minimum of current FY 2017 levels.
Bipartisan Congressional Budget Deal Includes Historic Child Care Funding Increase for U.S. Kids, Leaves Other Children Out
The deal doubles funding for the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) program and reauthorizes MIECHV, reduces international assistance funding.
The deal doubles funding for the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) program and reauthorizes MIECHV.
Save the Children Action Network Supports Bipartisan Bill to Help Working Families in Colorado Access Child Care
Colorado Speaker of the House Crisanta Duran, alongside Republican co-sponsor Senator Beth Martinez Humenik and Democratic co-sponsor Representative Faith Winter, introduced a bill yesterday to expand the income tax credit for child care expenses to help make quality child care more affordable and accessible to working families in Colorado.
PR News has named Save the Children Action Network’s (SCAN) campaign to expand full-day kindergarten in New Hampshire as a CSR and Nonprofit Award finalist in the Advocacy Campaign and Lobbying Effort category.
The tax reform legislation passed by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday and House of Representatives today fails kids and working families while giving huge tax breaks to the wealthy.
Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) announced today that its president, Mark Shriver, will assume the role of Chief Executive Officer and Kris Perry, now Executive Director of the First Five Years Fund, will become SCAN’s new President.
The tax reform legislation passed early this morning by the U.S. Senate leaves kids behind now and in the future.