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Our Presence Across the State

The Children’s Movement of Florida is a statewide organization pushing for positive change in Tallahassee. Our headquarters is in Miami, and we have Advisory Boards and supportive presence across the state. Our goal is to connect local voices to one another, amplify their call for greater state support, and bridge the local concerns to a statewide conversation.

Act Now

You can make a difference! Throughout the state, we have outreach coordinators working with Floridians like you to spread the message of the importance of the early years and to make real impacts in local communities. If you want to get involved today, check out the opportunities we have below.

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Legislative Advocacy

Learn about the work we do in Tallahassee to push the needle forward on the issues that matter to us.

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La Fuerza De Creer

Learn more about our partner, La Fuerza de Familias Latinas, and become a part of our learning community for Spanish-speaking parents and caregivers!

Brain Matters

Explore this documentary and podcast series focusing on the impact that nurturing, responsive parenting has on brain development.

The Movement in the News

100 Mayors Call on Gov. DeSantis To Make Investment In Young Children

Friday, February 22, 2019

From Florida Phoenix: “Whether this takes the form of support for early learning initiatives, more widespread health care for children under 5, or greater access to parenting support resources for all parents, the result is the same: a state that prioritizes children will reap rewards over time with a better workforce and lower crime.” Read… Continue Reading 100 Mayors Call on Gov. DeSantis To Make Investment In Young Children

Florida Mayors Ask DeSantis To Make Children a Budget Priority

Friday, February 22, 2019

From News 4 Jax: “Keeping them interested in learning can actually keep them out of prison. Early learning is the key … It is good for kids and is good for the community.” Read the full article here. View more articles here.