Through data-driven research and result-oriented initiatives, we have discovered that many of these problems can be solved by making a few easy changes during the critical ages of zero to three. Yes, 0-3.
With this in mind, we have dedicated our work to improving the lives of children and increasing the social capital of Memphis by taking this knowledge and research and turning it into meaningful action that changes existing policies, and in turn, changes lives.
We send emails to inform and educate you about the latest on early childhood development, and how it affects our community. If you're interested, let us keep you up to date.
Our mission is simple: We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and well-being of children from conception to age three in Memphis and Shelby County, Tennessee. We are researchers, strategists, practitioners, parents, and community members dedicated to turning knowledge and research into measurable change.
We Take Action
This vision will be realized by advocating for public policies that are good for children, initiating prevention-based strategies, and launching intervention programs that focus on children in our community. We strive to be a recognized leader in child advocacy research, a trustworthy community partner and a home for expertise, advice.
The Institute does not entertain unsolicited proposals for funding. External funding is only provided for proposals submitted in response to project specific requests generated by the Institute or through direct contracts for defined services. The Institute does not provide indirect costs.