Join us in educating Vermonters about the importance of the first years! Check out the opportunities below to find a good fit for your interests. The Let's Grow Kids staff and partnerships will provide you with ongoing support and tools for your volunteer efforts.

Supporters

Demonstrate your personal conviction that Vermont needs to focus on the first years in children’s lives: sign our Petition today to become a supporter and learn more about how you can help educate other Vermonters on the importance of the earliest years!

Volunteers

Play a role in educating other Vermonters about early childhood! Volunteer at community events, write a letter to the editor or invite a Let’s Grow Kids spokesperson to speak in your community. Would you like to volunteer and help us connect with Vermonters across the state? Signing the Petition is the first step!

Partners

Our partners are Vermont organizations working on behalf of Let’s Grows Kids to make sure their communities and networks are informed about the campaign and understand the importance of the early years. Click here to see our partners. If your organization would like to partner with Let's Grow Kids, contact our campaign director, Robyn Freedner-Maguire.

Spokespeople

Let’s Grow Kids spokespeople are business leaders, parents, providers, healthcare professionals and members of our Speakers Bureau who are interested in speaking on behalf of the campaign and educating others about the social and economic imperative of investing in the early years. We frequently call on our spokespeople to present to groups like Rotaries or boards, to participate in media interviews, and to serve as guest speakers at LGK advocacy events. To learn more about becoming a spokesperson for Let's Grow Kids, contact our communications manager, Nicole Haley.