A Voice For Arizona’s Children For More Than 25 Years
  • Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

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    The legislative budget office reports good news about the state’s fiscal condition. Revenues for fiscal year 2015 that just ended June 30 were approximately $320 million higher than projected!

    Do you know where your tax dollars are going?
  • Arizona leaders can take action to improve conditions for kids

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    Arizona still ranks 46th out of 50 states in critical conditions for children, according to the 26th annual KIDS COUNT® Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. There is some good news in the data. Arizona has seen improvement in 11 of the 16 indicators used to measu ...

    Arizona leaders can take action to improve conditions for kids
  • New Report on DCS

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    Last week the Arizona Auditor General released an independent review of the Department of Child Safety conducted by The Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago.

    New Report on DCS
  • Find the Summer Meals Location Nearest You

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    The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture Child Nutrition Program established to ensure that low-income children, ages 18 and younger, continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals, that meet Federal nutrition guid ...

    Find the Summer Meals Location Nearest You
  • Letters to Governor Ducey

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    Over the last few months Children’s Action Alliance has gathered letters from students in Arizona written to Governor Ducey about their feelings on the state of public education in Arizona. These letters are full of inspiration and dreams. They talk about love and trauma in ...

    Letters to Governor Ducey
  • 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

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Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

kids with piggy bank July 23, 2015 The legislative budget office reports good news about the state’s fiscal condition. Revenues for fiscal year 2015 that just ended June 30 were approximately $320 million higher than projected!

Arizona leaders can take action to improve conditions for kids

2015KCDB_badge03_150px July 21, 2015 Arizona still ranks 46th out of 50 states in critical conditions for children, according to the 26th annual KIDS COUNT® Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. There is some good news in the data. Arizona has seen improvement in 11 of the 16 indicators used to measure child well-being in the last five years, including fourth grade reading, teens who abuse alcohol or drugs, and babies born to teen moms.

SAVE THE DATE! October 23, 2015

girl with heart July 17, 2015 Please join CAA and hundreds of your closest friends at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, October 23, 2015 at the Arizona Biltmore as we honor State Representative Kate Brophy McGee, and Children's Cancer Network Co-Founder Patti Luttrell.

Higher Tax Credits for Private Schools

Financial Hole July 9, 2015 Private schools are celebrating. This week Arizona corporations broke a record for the time it took to make maximum donations for private school tuition tax credits.

New Report on DCS

child crying July 7, 2015 Last week the Arizona Auditor General released an independent review of the Department of Child Safety conducted by The Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago.