2023 Child Advocacy Day

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2023 Child Advocacy Day

Our 9th Annual Child Advocacy Day, offered both in-person and virtually, will highlight the needs and concerns facing Alabama's children!

By VOICES for Alabama's Children

When and where

Date and time

Tuesday, April 11 · 8:30 - 11am CDT

Location

Alabama State House 11 South Union Street Montgomery, AL 36130

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About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for our 9th Annual Child Advocacy Day! We will highlight reports from both Legislative and State Agency Leadership, and allow members, advocates and partners the chance to hear from decision makers on policy, budgetary and legislative priorities currently facing our children. This event will be offered both in-person and virtually.

There will be no day-of tickets available at the door, so please make arrangements to use this platform to reserve your ticket. Four ticket options will be available for attendees. If are a speaker at this event, a member of the Alabama Legislature, or you have renewed your VOICES membership for 2023, your ticket is complementary! If you do not find yourself in at least one of these categories, there will be a $10 entry fee.

Doors will open for registration, networking, and breakfast at 8:15 a.m., with the program beginning at 8:45 a.m. Early arrival not recommended due to State House doors not opening until 8:00 a.m.

Please read the descriptions carefully before selecting your ticket. Should you need assistance, please reach out to Peyton Northington at intern@alavoices.org.

About the organizer

VOICES for Alabama's Children, a statewide, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, has worked for over 20 years to improve the well-being of Alabama's children through research, public awareness and advocacy. 
 
VOICES is the only organization to document the health, safety, education and economic conditions of children in each of our state's 67 counties and is the home of the Alabama Kids Count Data Book.  From building public awareness to leading legislative advocacy efforts, all of VOICES' activities are based on a solid foundation of research. VOICES focuses on the issues that matter most to children and families: health, safety, education, and economic security.
 
VOICES is a 501 (c)(3) organization that receives no federal funding and relies on the donations and contributions from foundations, corporations, organizations and individuals to support our work.