Parent Advocacy Training: West Lebanon - ALL Together
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Bring a friend for a few hours of fun! Free dinner provided!
My voice matters because…
- It’s my town.
- It’s my job.
- It’s my family’s health.
- It’s my child’s education.
When family members act as advocates, their children do better. Educators, physicians, employers, and elected leaders want the best for you and your family. They count on you to let them know what would be helpful.
“Deciding to be an active advocate for your child can seem hard,” said Julie Day, Strengthening Families Director at New Hampshire Children’s Trust, “but we know just how much parent voices matter and how easy advocating can be.”
Click here to learn more about My Voice Matters.
Presented in partnership with:
Thank you to our community partner:
The Lane and Elizabeth C. Dwinell Charitable Trust