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Children can't vote, hold press conferences, or donate to political campaigns in order to protect their interest. Together, our voices can ensure that thousands of Utah children get the health care they need, are safe from neglect and abuse, and are ready for school. Help us speak up for kids in our state.
You can make a one-time donation to help us remain "the state's best-known advocate for children's issues, and the go-to source for the media, state agencies, and elected officials on issues affecting children." (The Stanford Social Review)
It's easy to become a Network member. A monthly donation of $20 or more – the cost of a few cups of coffee or sodas a week – increases our capacity to influence the adoption of policies and programs that keep children healthy and safe, and strengthen families. Why become a Network member?
- Enjoy complimentary beverages and appetizers at our Quarterly Network Socials while networking with others dedicated to making change for children. Each gathering includes a short educational policy briefing to help you stay informed and get involved. Network events are free to members, $25 for non-members.
- Receive invitations to other special briefings with experts and two complimentary tickets to our annual awards event – a $100 value.
The next Network Event is coming up on May 11. Meet the author of The Science of Adolescence, Laurence Steinberg, Ph.D.