The Children's Alliance

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Children’s Alliance Member Meeting PDF Print Email

First Wednesday of Each Month

8:30 am

Children & Family Services Center
1st Floor Main Board Room
601 East Fifth Street


Would you like to join our collective voice advocating for children and families in Mecklenburg County?

We welcome any agency in Mecklenburg County who works with children and families. You can visit one of our meetings to see what our organization is all about. We meet the first Wednesday of every month. We meet at The Children and Family Service Center (601 E 5th) at 8:30 am in the main boardroom.

Email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it so we know to expect you. Jenny can also answer any questions you may have. We look forward to having your voice at the table!

Membership Benefits:

Take advantage of YOUR membership to The Children's Alliance, some benefits to you include:

  • Monthly meeting, opportunity to learn, share and connect with other leaders in the community
  • Marketing resources – extend your agencies reach by sharing your stories/events on The Children's Alliance website and social networks
  • Send Job and Volunteer opportunities to be added to our network.

2018 Monthly Meeting Dates:

Make sure you have the first Wednesday of the month marked for our meetings at 8:30 am.

Wednesday August 1

Wednesday September 5

Wednesday October 3

Wednesday November 7

Wednesday December 5

 

This is our 2018 Membership Application.

 


The vision of The Children’s Alliance is to provide a voice on behalf of each and every child in Mecklenburg County. We share a common goal to make sure all children in our community received the best opportunity to live a healthy and productive life.

The Children’s Alliance was created in 2002. We are currently a collaborative of 40 diverse non-profit agencies. The Children’s Alliance recognizes the power of working together. One of the goals of the Alliance is to be inclusive. To this end, The Children’s Alliance periodically extends an open invitation to organizations that are concerned about children and families to join this effort. Sharing information and connecting services is how we hope to have the biggest positive impact on the most children of our community.


 
Leadership Team Meeting PDF Print Email

Current Leadership Team Meets on the second week of the month.

Meetings take place at the Children & Family Service Center. For more information about joining The Children's Alliance or speaking at our monthly meeting, contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Keeping Kids out of the Adult Court System: Charlotte Town Hall PDF Print Email

North Carolina is one of two states in the US that automatically treats 16- and 17-year-olds as adults in the court system, despite growing and compelling evidence that this practice is harmful for kids and ineffective for reducing crime. It's time to end this practice and "raise the age" of juvenile jurisdiction.

To raise awareness and garner support from the Charlotte community changing this outdated policy, the Charlotte Children’s Alliance and NC Child are co-hosting a town hall meeting on Thursday, March 30 at 5:30 pm. Our goal is to fill the room with influential people in Charlotte who will lead this effort within their communities to educate and inspire people to call their legislators in support of "Raise the Age."

 

Thursday, March 30, 2017

5:30 PM EDT - 7:30 PM EDT

The Children and Family Services Building

601 E 5th Street

Charlotte, NC 28202

 

Register Here

 

Join our Raise the Age Charlotte Facebook page

 


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