Our all-volunteer, grassroots group started tiny – and evolved quickly.
In 2001, a close group of friends set out to make a meaningful difference in our community. Our endeavors led to the Toy Party; a toy drive aimed at bringing people together to collect new toys for the Las Vegas Valley kids in need. This small, private event quickly grew into one of Las Vegas’s largest must go to holiday happenings.
In 2004, the nonprofit launched Backpack in the Park, a back-to-school beneﬁt that collects backpacks and school supplies for Metro Las Vegas’s kids in need. The calendar of philanthropy expanded again in 2010 with the addition of Kids to Camp, a campaign to send children to summer development camps of their choice.
With your continued support, we can brighten the lives of the Las Vegas Valley’s kids in need.
How We Help
We have different Campaigns which are engineered to certain causes. Each campaign caterers for a certain causes. You can view our campaigns and help out in any that beckons on you and you feel you have to capacity to
Our National Board Of Directors
Stacy Ackerson Sarver
Michael Kahea Beckley Lipps
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Las Vegas Chapter Coming January 2022.
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To end the cycle of poverty for all children
Is to provide academic, advocacy, research, youth development, economic development, health & basic and housing needs support for children and families.
Our Family Support Centers and Programs works with families, communities, and service providers to promote and provide support for families with children in poverty.
We work to end child poverty and ensure all families have resources to nurture their children by promoting improvements to policies and programs we know work. Ending child poverty will take a multi-level approach to bring accountability to the public, corporations and government. To end child poverty now, we must:
- Ensure Children’s Basic Needs will be Transpired:We must increase investments in housing assistance for children in poverty, poor families, so they all can afford a safe and stable home. We must increase the value of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to cover a larger portion of the nutrition needs of children, so they are healthy and ready to learn.
- Increase Employment and Make Work Pay: We must increase wages for working families, improve tax credits to ensure more low-income families benefit, expand subsidized jobs with special attention to the needs of young adults disconnected from school and work, and provide access to quality, reliable childcare.
- Level the Playing Field for Poor Children:To reduce child poverty long term, children also need access to affordable, comprehensive physical and behavioral health care, affordable high-quality early development and learning opportunities, high performing schools and colleges, and families and neighborhoods free from violence.
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What Our members and
Sponsors are saying
Out of sight, not out of mind. We’ve been thinking about each of you and because of you, we are a better family. Thanks for sharing your knowledge in such a loving way.Karen Lee
For the Kids in All of Us has been an excellent resource for the homeless youths we serve. They truly believe in a collaborative effort and have demonstrated on numerous occasions their willingness to work with Children on specific cases and on community-based endeavorsLisa Marie
It is a relief to be able to talk to others who can relate to what my family is going through. When poverty hits home you feel like you are all alone on another planet with absolutely no one else to talk to or cry with. If you need a shoulder to cry on you know at Children’s Poverty Alliance it will be there for you. My son has looked forward to receiving a backpack and school supplies at the beginning of each school year.Robert Blair