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November 4, 2016 | ACNJ's E-News
Election Day Countdown!  Are you ready?

November 8th is fast approaching. Check out NJ League of Women Voters and get ready to VOTE!

  • Vote by Mail Ballot
  • Find your Polling Place
  • Learn More About Candidates
  • Read Pros and Cons on Statewide Public Questions

What can you do to help end childhood hunger in New Jersey?
ACNJ released its 6th annual child nutrition report, Healthy Food, Strong Kids: Building a Community Response to Childhood Hunger.

Click here to view the report, data and power point.

We invite you to share this with your colleagues, networks and friends. You can:
  • Post a link on your website.
  • Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages and like and share links to the report, infographics and pictures.
  • Include as an item in your e-news.
  • Distribute at any meetings/conferences that you will be attending. Contact Reggie Dorsey at rdorsey@acnj.org for hard copies.
And, of course, we encourage you to use the data and information to advance efforts to expand access to healthy food to children in your communities. If you are interested in starting a local coalition, please contact Reggie at rdorsey@acnj.org.

Join us as we celebrate a NJ Kids Count milestone.

For 25 years, New Jersey Kids Count has been a resource for information and data on the state of NJ children. Join us as we celebrate this milestone on Monday, December 12, 2016 at 8:30a.m. at NJPAC!

Reserve your seat today.

Become a sponsor!

We know data changes lives. We would like to highlight how advocates and organizations have used Kids Count data to further their work and create positive change for children in the Garden State. If you have a story to tell, please take a few minutes to tell us your story.

What can schools and parents do to reduce child lead exposure?

Register for Isles' conference on the impact of lead on our students and learn what we can do about it.

Friday, November 18, 2016
8:45 AM - 4:30 PM 

Princeton University
Woodrow Wilson School
Robertson Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544

Click here to learn more.

ACNJ's Cynthia Rice receives the Leaders and Legend award.
Beverly Lynn, CEO of Programs for Parents, Diane Dellanno and Keith Green, Board President and Cynthia Rice!!

On Nov. 3 Program for Parents awarded Cynthia

Rice, ACNJ Policy Analyst, for her extraordinary contributions to the quality of early childhood education in New Jersey.

Congratulations Cynthia!

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