Last week, the New York City Council introduced legislation to create Universal Child Care in NYC, which would make sure family child care providers earn wages and benefits on par with public school teachers! Our team joined the rally to support this legislation. 

In the coming weeks and months, we will continue to take action in a number of ways. While the NYC Council plans for next year's budget, All Our Kin will be testifying to voice the need for investment in family child care! We invite you to join us in testifying on March 13 & 15 — either in person, online or via written testimony.

If interested, please contact our New York Policy Director Steven at


Bridgeworks Meeting

Join the New York Team on March 22 for our next Bridgeworks meeting.


Deadline Approaching

Business Series

All Our Kin’s free 10-week Business Series begins March 28!

To reserve your seat, contact 718-450-8857 or email today.

Part 2

Learning Through Play Series

Block play teaches children how to share, take turns, develop new friendships, become self-reliant and increases their attention span. Join the Bronx Educational Coaches on March 29 for part 2 of our 'Learning Through Play' series to explore the role manipulatives play in early childhood development.


Leadership Series

Qualities of Successful Leaders

FCC educators are natural leaders! Part 3 of our virtual series is designed to help you identify and develop your skills to become a more confident, resilient and effective leader. For this workshop, participants will define their vision and learn how to create a personal, professional and group leadership development plan.


Mental Wellness Series

Circle of Security

Gain insight on how to promote secure attachment with the children in your care. Circle of Security helps educators reflect upon children’s attachment needs and provides a roadmap to understanding their emotions and behaviors.


Take Action

Family child care advocates across Connecticut made waves with a successful morning of action, bringing attention to the country's broken child care system!

Inspired by Connecticut’s Morning Without Child Care, national organizations are planning a day of action that will take place in May. New York educators, this is an opportunity for you to call on your legislators to invest in affordable access to care and better pay for providers.

Look out for details about New York's Day of Action in the coming newsletters and check out some highlights from Morning Without Child Care here!

We're Hiring

Are you passionate about supporting the health and well-being of family child care educators? All Our Kin is seeking two part-time licensed clinical mental health providers to join our team!



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