Messages from
Our CEO Andrea Lovanhill

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Follow Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Journey

In service of Committee for Children’s commitment to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we’ve finalized an equity statement and launched a new page on our website where you can learn more about our DEI work.Read More

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Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today we celebrate and honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As our country and the world continues to strive for equality Dr. King’s message remains a beacon in the fight for justice and racial equity.Read More

Happy New Year

This year, Committee for Children will explore ways to continuously improve our programs and resources to support our clients with integrity and in ways that truly matter in the changing context of the education space.Read More

Advancing Our Equity Work

As part of our journey to advance our equity work, Committee for Children is dedicated to ensuring our programs and supports facilitate social-emotional learning (SEL) experiences that are inclusive of the diverse communities we serve. Read More

Supporting Students Post-Election

Though the future may be unwritten, Committee for Children’s focus is clear. Our mission to foster the safety and well-being of children through social-emotional learning and development remains our priority. And together, we will help children thrive as we work to create a more just and peaceful world.Read More

How You Can Empower Kids to Prevent Race-Based Bullying

October marks the start of National Bullying Prevention Month. This year, in the wake of numerous, continuing demonstrations for racial justice, it’s especially important to recognize the role race plays in bullying and to support educators and families in their desire to address racially motivated bullying.Read More

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Reentry Resources for Back to School

As educators and students reenter the learning environment this year, in whatever form that takes, one element will remain critical: addressing the social-emotional needs of children and teachers.Read More

What Allyship Means to Us

As an organization that is deeply committed to the social and emotional well-being of children and their families, I feel we must address the turmoil that is being felt across our country. At Committee for Children, we resolutely stand with every Black person in this country who has experienced police brutality, racial violence, and oppression.Read More

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

In honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Committee for Children is offering our Hot Chocolate Talk campaign as a free online resource. Read More