We work together with our invited grantees to improve the mental, emotional, and behavioral health and well-being of young children, especially those from low-income families and under-resourced communities.
All Our Kin
A grant funded the expansion into New York City of this national nonprofit organization that trains, supports, and sustains family child care educators.
American Enterprise Institute
A grant supported senior fellow Katharine Stevens in her work examining the ways in which the science of early brain development relates to child care policies.
Bipartisan Policy Center
This grant funded longitudinal administration of a survey to assess changes in family needs and the supply, types, and quality of child care available across the country, to make recommendations to strengthen support for working families.
Connecticut Early Childhood Funder Collaborative
Our membership dues support the collaborative in its mission to bring the collective voice and resources of philanthropy to build and sustain a comprehensive early childhood system in Connecticut.
Early Childhood Funders Collaborative
Our membership dues support this national collaborative of early childhood funders, which is focused on increasing the effectiveness of philanthropic investment in equity-focused approaches to early childhood and promoting policies that support young children and their families.
Home-Grown Child Care
Our annual membership dues supported this national collaborative of funders committed to improving the quality of and access to home-based child care.
As a collaborative member, we also made grants to a national Covid 19 emergency fund to provide personal protective equipment, technical and financial assistance to home-based child care providers.
Low Income Investment Fund
This grant contributed to a Covid 19 emergency fund that provided financial assistance to New York City child care providers.
This grant contributed to a Covid-19 relief fund that provided emergency personal protective equipment, technical and financial assistance to child care providers in Washington DC.
Mental Health Outreach for Mothers (MOMS) and Mobile Mental Health Outreach Van
The grant supported implementation of the MOMS Partnership in Bridgeport and for the Partnership’s data integration in New Haven.
United Hospital Fund
This grant has helped the organization develop a value-based payment model to support the pilot of IMPACT, a pediatric model of healthcare delivery that includes HealthySteps and will integrate maternal care, behavioral health care, and pediatric primary care, to promote optimal early childhood development.