A Voice For Arizona’s Children For Over 25 Years
  • Budget Planning Has Begun

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    State agencies have submitted their funding requests for the next fiscal year which begins July 1. Over the next few weeks we will be providing you with a snapshot of requests submitted by many of these agencies.

    Budget Planning Has Begun
  • Arizona still ranks among the worst for cuts to K-12 education

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    Arizona ranks third worst in the country in depth of cuts to school funding since the start of the recession.

    Arizona still ranks among the worst for cuts to K-12 education
  • Don’t be fooled by the claims that Prop 122 will protect children it won’t.

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    Prop 122 supporters are using children for political games. Contrary to their claims, Prop 122 does nothing to keep kids safe or find loving homes for abused and neglected children.

    Don’t be fooled by the claims that Prop 122 will protect children  it won’t.
  • Budget Deficits are Back!

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    The new Governor and legislature we elect on November 4 will face high expectations from voters and huge challenges from the state budget.

    Budget Deficits are Back!
  • Where do Your Candidates Stand?

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    Recently, CAA sent a candidate questionnaire that was co-sponsored by 18 other local agencies to every candidate for the Arizona State Legislature. The questionnaire asked the candidates their positions on a range of issues affecting children and families, such as child care su ...

    Where do Your Candidates Stand?
  • Find Your Elected Officials

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    Kids can’t speak out for themselves but YOU can help make their voices heard through Children’s Action Alliance! Please use your voice to help Arizona’s children at the state capitol and our federal capitol in Washington D.C.

    Find Your Elected Officials

Most Recent

How Does Arizona Grade in Child Care Assistance?

child care blocks rounded corners October 30, 2014

Just as some low income working families in Arizona are beginning to benefit from the small increase in funding to Child Care Assistance, a new report shows that we still have a long way to go. Last week, the National Women’s Law Center released its annual report on the impact of state child care policies entitled Turning the Corner: State Child Care Assistance Policies 2014. Read more

Budget Planning Has Begun

accounting machine October 29, 2014

State agencies have submitted their funding requests for the next fiscal year which begins July 1. Over the next few weeks we will be providing you with a snapshot of requests submitted by many of these agencies.

Candidates Impressed with Early Childhood Program

Norgaard MCR October 21, 2014

Yesterday, Children’s Action Alliance and the Child Crisis Center hosted six legislative candidates at the Family Resource Center in Mesa to talk about an early childhood program, called MyChild’sReady.

Thank you for a great event!

Honorees 1 small October 17, 2014

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Friday for the 16th annual Through the Eyes of a Child Awards Lunch and Celebration of Youth. It was a wonderful event because of the energy, enthusiasm and generosity of our sponsors and guests.

Arizona still ranks among the worst for cuts to K-12 education

frustrated student 220px October 16, 2014

Arizona ranks third worst in the country in depth of cuts to school funding since the start of the recession.