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Project Partners

Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ)

ACNJ’s mission is to identify children’s needs through research, policy and legal analysis, and strategic communications. They raise awareness of those needs and work with elected officials and other decision-makers to enact effective responses. Their goal is to help all children grow up safe, healthy, and educated, so they can become productive adults contributing to New Jersey’s communities, making the state a better place to live. ACNJ advised NCCP on project research design and data collection instruments, shared their resources to assist in participant recruiting, commented on the preliminary findings, and helped disseminate findings to stakeholders.

Center for Women and Work (CWW) at Rutgers University

As part of Rutgers University’s School of Management and Labor Relations, CWW’s multifaceted research and policy work addresses women’s advancement in the workplace, engaging on issues that directly affect the living standards of New Jersey’s and the nation’s working families. They conduct cutting-edge research on public and workplace policies and provide technical assistance to and programs for educators, industry, and governments. CWW provided critical support in study and instrument design, review of project findings and publications, dissemination of findings.

Community Service Society (CSS)

CSS advances pragmatic, practical solutions that strengthen and benefit New York and create opportunity and prosperity for all its citizens. They address the root causes of economic disparity through research, advocacy, litigation, and innovative program models that strengthen and benefit all New Yorkers.  CSS provided critical support in study and instrument design, review of project findings and publications, dissemination of findings.

New Jersey Citizen Action (NJCA)

NJCA’s goals are to promote economic and social justice and build a strong progressive coalition working on issues of common concern. Their education and advocacy work focus on community, senior, consumer, labor, and other constituencies that are affected by pocketbook issues. NJCA advised NCCP on project research design, shared their resources to assist in participant recruiting, commented on the preliminary findings, and helped disseminate findings to stakeholders.

New Jersey Time to Care Coalition

The New Jersey Time to Care Coalition supports initiatives that make sure working families have paid time to care.

Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN)

SPAN’s mission is to empower families as advocates and partners in improving education and health outcomes for infants, toddlers, children, and youth. We offer families and professionals information, resources, support and advocacy assistance addressing a host of issues that affect families in their every days lives. SPAN advised NCCP on project research design and data collection instruments, shared their resources to assist in participant recruiting, commented on the preliminary findings, and helped disseminate findings to stakeholders.