Producing national research is important work. Funding state advocates is important work. Convening people working on similar policies is important, and so is providing right-time technical assistance. Lots of organizations provide this crucial support across the country, and state advocates rely on many of them.
But no one connects all of these in as hands-on, flexible, and personalized a way as the Alliance. State allies tell us it’s a game-changing way to get support and that it helps them maximize their limited resources and manpower for maximum impact for kids.
Clinton Macsherry, Director of Public Policy
Maryland Family Network