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Blog Archive: October 2018

Why the 2020 Census is Crucial for All of Us

The 2020 Census is the cornerstone of representative democracy. Census data determines Virginia’s share of the $160 BILLION in federal programs for our kids. Watch this short video (just 2 minutes!)…

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Training Trauma-Informed Communities Across VA

Training communities in the underlying brain science and research behind adverse childhood experiences and childhood trauma has been an essential component to build awareness and shift practices to become trauma-informed….

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Margaret Named Richmond Times Dispatch Person of the year nominee

Voices is thrilled to announce our Executive Director, Margaret Nimmo Holland, has been named a 2018 Richmond Times Dispatch Person of the Year honoree! She is being recognized for shaping…

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Census 2020 Series- What is the Census and why is it important?

Check out our 1st video blog in our new series-  Why the 2020 Census is important to all of us!

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Kathy Dial: Kinship Care Champion

Written by Cassie Price People eagerly shared their kinship care stories at an Aug. 1 meeting at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Chesapeake, Va. Kinship care refers to the…

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Carol S. Fox Making Kids Count 2018 Awards – The Day After

What a night! Voices for Virginia’s Children was thrilled to have the First Lady of Virginia Pamela Northam join us to honor those who are MAKING KIDS COUNT across the…

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