Members of the Alliance

Members: Nonprofit Organizations, Associations, and Businesses

Action Circles

Apple Tree Learning Centers

Bennington County Head Start

Child Care Resource

Early Care and Education Association

Early Education Services

Heartworks, Steamworks, Loveworks

Hunger Free Vermont

Junior League of Champlain Valley

Let’s Grow Kids

Otter Creek Child Center, Inc.

Prevent Child Abuse Vermont

Snelling Center

Trinity Children’s Center

United Counseling Services

Vermont Afterschool

Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children

Vermont Child Care Providers Association

Vermont Community Loan Fund

Vermont Family Network

Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

Vermont Foodbank

Vermont Head Start Association, Inc.

Vermont Parent Child Center Network

Voices for Vermont’s Children

Strategic Partners

Building Bright Futures State Advisory and Regional Councils

Couch Family Foundation

Turrell Fund

Members: Individuals

Steve Ames

Margaret Atkinson

Betsy Barstow

Laura Beatty

Kristiana Birmingham

Nicole Bratton

Ashley Brown

Elizabeth Christie

Amanda Clark

Catherine Clement

Ammie Collins

Kristen Dunne

Susan Fortier

Charlie Gliserman

Marla Goldstein

Cynthia Greene

Katherine Hedstrom

Susan Hedstrom

Lilliana Kimball

Lee Lauber

Tessa Lemieux

Karen Letendre

Courtney Lynch

Leigh Marthe

Jessica May

Jenna Mazur

Pam McCarthy

Laurie Metcalfe

Cheryl Mitchell

Reeva Murphy

Christina Nelson

Diane Nichols-Fleming

David Pransky

Jaime Pransky

Judy Pransky

Cecelia Puleio

Joanna Serrano

Lois Springer

Nancy Steeley

Mark Sustic

Beth Traver-Adolphus

Maria White

April Zajko

“ECDL is always an incredible opportunity for students but I think this year was particularly meaningful because these students are seniors, whose learning experiences have been significantly shaped by the pandemic. Having this opportunity to learn and volunteer at ECDL in person was great for them on a personal and professional level. The students who volunteered reported experiencing epiphany-level realizations about the value of their experiences, knowledge, skills, and perspectives and the responsibility they have to be more involved in advocacy within the state. ECDL boosted their confidence and they were star struck by many of the individuals they were able to meet.”