Neighborhood Villages is a non-profit organization working to fix our nation's broken child care system. In an effort to spread awareness and enact meaningful change, we work with Neighborhood Villages to advance their policy and communications goals through earned media and content creation. As an extension of their team, we manage all of their media relations as well as a broad range of content and communications needs, including website content management, social media, videos, annual reports, and more. Working with the Neighborhood Villages team, we have secured high impact media placements highlighting their programmatic work providing operational support to the early education and child care sector, as well as their policy work. When the organization launched its advocacy arm, the Neighborhood Villages Action Fund, we worked with the team to create distinct branding, website, social channels, and email content to support the Action Fund and its goal of building a grassroots movement to drive policy reforms that would make child care more accessible and affordable for all.
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Exciting news! On Feb. 22 we’re hosting a virtual conversation w/ @AyannaPressley, Dr. Michelle Sanchez from @Epiphany_School & @RBoyntonJarrett on child care & racial justice, centered around the lived experiences and voices of Black mothers.— Neighborhood Villages (@NVSBoston) February 17, 2022
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*cough* child care is an economic issue *cough* https://t.co/eLfhyhzPsw— Neighborhood Villages Action Fund (@NVActionFund) July 12, 2022
Need a refresher on the state of child care in the U.S.? Here are some quick facts to check out. pic.twitter.com/kdtcBdgqwL— Neighborhood Villages Action Fund (@NVActionFund) December 20, 2022