I-LABS Early Learning Partners

Casey Family Programs: Casey Family Programs is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused entirely on foster care and improving the child welfare system. CFP works to provide and improve and ultimately prevent the need for foster care in the United States. CFP and I-LABS are partners in a study of the development of children in vulernerable families. 
 
Center on the Developing Child: Drawing on the full breadth of intellectual resources available across Harvard University’s schools and affiliated hospitals, the Center on the Developing Child generates, translates, and applies knowledge in the service of improving life outcomes for children in the United States and throughout the world.  
 
Foundation for Early Learning: The Foundation for Early Learning is a nonprofit organization supporting our youngest learners, children birth to age five, by providing grants, publications, and resources to communities across Washington State.  
 
Washington State Department of Early Learning: DEL strives to help create safe, healthy, nurturing learning experiences for all Washington children. Their work focuses on the earliest years in children’s homes, child care, school programs and communities. 
 
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services: The Department of Social and Health Services is an integrated organization of high-performing programs working in partnership for statewide impact to help transform lives. 
 
Thrive by Five Washington: As the state’s nonprofit public-private partnership for early learning, Thrive by Five Washington works to ensure that all children in Washington state are ready to succeed in school ... and life! 
 
United Way of King County: United Way of King County supports a strong base of the human services that are essential to keeping our community strong, such as after-school activities, domestic violence prevention, senior services, disaster preparation and job training programs. 
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