Partners - Early Learning
ParentCorps – Center for Early Childhood Health and Development, NYU Langone Medical Center
Partner since 2011
Helps children succeed in school and life by supporting families and schools in teaching important behavioral, social and emotional skills through research-backed strategies.
Our partnership supports the creation of a platform to increase the number of schools, families and educators participating in ParentCorps.
The foundation also established the Bezos Family Foundation Professorship of Early Childhood Development endowed chair.
Raising A Reader
Engages parents in a routine of daily “book cuddling” with their children from birth to age five in order to foster healthy brain development, parent-child bonding and early literacy skills.
Our partnership supports the Roaring Fork Valley, Colorado direct services program.
Raising a Reader National
Helps families of children age 0-8 establish at-home literacy habits that promote academic achievement and childhood development.
Our partnership supports Raising a Reader’s Digital Pilot program, which tests distributing Raising a Reader’s programs through a digital platform.
Reach Out and Read Washington State
Partner since 2008
Promotes early literacy as a standard part of pediatric primary care so children grow up with books and a love of reading.
Our partnership allows Reach Out and Read to expand statewide in Washington.
Ready to Learn Providence
Partner since 2014
Supports the improvement of the social and economic well-being of Providence, Rhode Island’s residents and neighborhoods.
Our partnership supports the i3 match for Ready to Learn Providence’s Empowering Families project, which centers on delivering Mind in the Making to build the capacities of families, teachers and schools in Providence Public Schools in order to improve learning outcomes for students.
Seattle Children's Hospital & Research Foundation
Partner since 2016
Delivers patient care, advances new discoveries and treatments through pediatric research and serves as the pediatric and adolescent academic medical center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.
Our partnership supports the Odessa Brown Clinic, which provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to children birth to 21 and families, regardless of their ability to pay.
Works to ensure that all children in Washington are ready to succeed in school and life. Thrive by Five is the state’s nonprofit public-private partnership for early learning.
Our partnership supports the "Love. Talk. Play." campaign, organizational systems-building, Home Visiting promising practices and Advancing Racial Equity in Early Learning work.
United Way of King County Parent-Child Home Program
Partner from 2011-2012
Engages isolated low-income families in their homes and coaches parents to support their children’s development using research-based early literacy and school readiness practices.
Our partnership supports expansion of this program throughout King County.
Westchester Jewish Community
Partner since 2009
Provides care and human services to children and families in Weschester County.
Our partnership supports the Early Childhood Parent-Child Programs.
Zero to Three
Provides parents, professionals, and policymakers the knowledge and the know-how to nurture early development.
Our partnership supports the National Parent Survey, which is designed to provide the field with knowledge about where Millennial parents go to for information on parenting, what they know and believe about early learning, brain science, and parenting, and identify the greatest needs and challenges of parents today.
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