Sharing Our Impact 2020

BTC’s impact and reach have grown dramatically, as providers and families everywhere seek solace, strength, and hope in relationships and new resources to partner together through the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve created a video highlighting our rapid response to the urgent new challenges of 2020, including timely programs for providers and parents, webinars attended by tens of thousands, and our strategic partnerships with Sesame Workshop and others.


All of this is possible because of your philanthropic support.
 A gift of $150 covers the cost of live Spanish translation in a free webinar, while $85 provides one hour of reflective practice coaching and mentoring in a BTC online learning community. These are just two examples among the many ways that every gift of any amount makes a huge difference in our ability to deliver high-quality, accessible programming that providers, families, and communities need now.
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In the year ahead, we will collaborate with diverse communities across the country on new initiatives to address and foster racial equity in family-facing services, amplify Native voices and early childhood leadership, help parents overcome the new challenges they face, and innovate new ways to change the mental models that keep systems stuck and producing exactly the inequitable results they were designed to perpetuate. I hope you’ll consider making a gift this year-end.

Together we are making it through these tough times, and clearing the way for better days in the months and years ahead. Thank you for all that you do for children and families.

 

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BTC is ready for 2021!
Visit our Course Catalog to view all upcoming 2021 trainings. You can view all of our upcoming free webinar offerings by visiting our event calendar.

Would you like to bring a BTC training to your program, organization, or community?
Our facilitators can offer our courses online to your specific group. We can also customize trainings to meet your program’s or organization’s professional development needs.

Contact us for more information: btcsitenetwork@childrens.harvard.edu

Contact Kayla Savelli with any questions or feedback on making a gift or our 2020 impact