The FAO Schwarz Family Foundation announced earlier this month that it has selected five social impact organizations to host the 2021-2023 cohort of FAO Schwarz Fellows, including Jumpstart, The Barnes
BOSTON, MA (November 12, 2020) – Jumpstart for Young Children (Jumpstart) extends a congratulations to the next administration, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. We celebrate the
Earlier this month, we asked Jumpstart alumni to share exciting life updates and accomplishments—all in an effort to recognize our talented Jumpstart alumni and spread joy in our community. We
This is the 12th year that United Way of Madison County, Alabama will celebrate Jumpstart’s Read for the Record. The mission of United Way is to advance common good in communities.
Literacy Champions to join millions of adults and children on 10/29 in reading Newbery Medal winner Meg Medina’s Evelyn Del Rey Is Moving Away BOSTON, MA—Jumpstart for Young Children, a
In Publishers Weekly‘s recent article about Read for the Record, the publication interviews author Meg Medina and Jumpstart CEO Naila Bolus about the campaign, and how
BOSTON, MA (September 29, 2020) – Last night the House released its updated version of the HEROES Act which includes a critical $57 billion in funding for child care relief.
In a historic first, Joseph I. Castro, currently President of CSU Fresno and Jumpstart National Board member has been named the next Chancellor of the California
Q&A with Broward County, Florida: Planning for a Virtual Read for the Record During Uncertain Times Read for the Record mural in Broward County, 2018 Broward County, Florida has
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Jumpstart applauds the broad-based support in the U.S. House of Representatives to make child care a priority with today’s passage of the Child Care is Essential Act and Child