The State of the Child
March 5, 2020
In celebration of our recent 25th anniversary, The Children’s Partnership (TCP) is excited to invite you to a special reception: The State of the Child.
Join us for an evening of policy discussion and live performances at the Avalon Hollywood on March 5, 2020, as we honor our state leaders and youth activists who will engage in an intergenerational dialogue around prioritizing the health and wellbeing of youth in today’s political environment.
The State of the Child reception will include:
- Keynote Speaker California Attorney General Xavier Becerra
- Honoree Giannina Pérez, California’s first Senior Policy Advisor for Early Childhood, advisor to Governor Gavin Newsom
- Intergenerational panel featuring youth from Gente Organizada.
- Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
- And more!
To learn more and purchase your tickets, click here:
Champion | $25,000+
Leader | $10,000+
Advocate | $5,000+
Partner | $2500+
Friend | $1000+
Community | $500+
To join us in the fight for children as a Champion, Leader, Advocate, Partner, Friend or Community level sponsor for The State of the Child event, see below!
Ways To Sponsor
Thank You To Our Current Sponsors:
The California Endowment
First 5 LA
Shari Davis, Founding Board Member, and Michael Dubin
Blue Shield of California Foundation
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Wendy Lazarus & Harley Frankel
California Immigrant Policy Center
Dennis and Lauri Crane
A Child Is A Child
The Children’s Partnership will honor our recent 25th anniversary by examining The State of the Child today and celebrating our belief that California is stronger in its commitment to children because of work we have accomplished together over the last 25 years.
Why is now the right time for this conversation? We recognize that California and our nation are at a critical juncture in their commitment to children. With the presidential election and 2020 Census ahead of us this year, there is so much at stake for kids. At the same time, the state administration has made clear its commitment to children’s health and wellbeing, with historical commitments like the establishment of California’s Department of Early Childhood presenting an extraordinary window of opportunity in the achievement of our shared objectives for advancing children’s health and opportunities to thrive.
The State of the Child will feature keynote speaker California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who has been a lifelong champion for California’s working families and their children.
TCP is thrilled to honor Giannina Pérez – Senior Policy Advisor for Early Childhood to Governor Gavin Newsom – for her commitment to children’s advocacy and the inauguration of this critical role.
Now is the time to act – more than ever, we must prioritize the health and wellbeing of our children and youth in our government’s policies. Together, we can help provide every child, no matter their background, the resources and opportunities they need to thrive – for the next 25 years and beyond.
To purchase your tickets, please follow this Eventbrite link:
For additional questions, please contact Ruthie Bolotin at email@example.com.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to participate in an important and timely discussion, hearing from our state leaders and youth activists as they share their perspectives on “the state of the child” in California.
25 Years of TCP
In 1993, The Children’s Partnership (TCP) was founded as a different kind of children’s advocacy organization. In response to major policy shifts that ignored the needs of children, TCP was created to set a children’s agenda on emerging issues – from technology to healthcare to immigration.
Since then, we have been a leading voice for children and developed, maintained, and advanced policies to effectively safeguard the health and well-being of all children through innovating telehealth technology advancements; improving access to mental health services for all children; conducting groundbreaking research to support children’s enrollment in health coverage; and establishing far-reaching partnerships from elected officials to local community members to ensure that all children are set up to succeed.