ECFC’s Child Care Subcommittee is excited to share information on the Raising Child Care Fund on November 2nd. The Committee has been exploring the opportunities
Learning, Acting, and Advocating Together
For over 25 years, the Early Childhood Funders collaborative has been a place for grantmakers to come together to learn about the latest research, program innovations, and policy affecting young children and their families. Members align their resources for common good and speak out on behalf of young children and their families. ECFC Members share successes and lessons with each other. Our strength is in the community we have developed among foundations who genuinely want to share and collaborate for change.
ECFC offers an opportunity to learn together, strategically coordinate and align funding and resources, and facilitate timely responses to opportunities and needs so that we ensure quality early childhood development and education in the United States.
Wendy Lewis Jackson
As ECFC members, we have the opportunity to learn and connect with high level philanthropic work in early childhood. We appreciate the opportunity to impact the national early childhood education agenda and key issues/policy at the national level and remain interested in learning the cutting edge work in early childhood, to which ECFC grants us access.
ECFC provides singular opportunities to share knowledge and strategies and learn from ECE colleagues, and members are thought partners and sounding boards as we work towards achieving systems change for young children.
Co-Sponsored with LENA. Three studies published this year have validated the relationship between conversational turns and brain development, reaching similar conclusions in very different ways.
ECFC and San Diego Grantmakers invite you to participate in two upcoming events: a Grantmakers Learning & Networking Lunch and a Site Visit Program on