The average laundromat visit takes two to two-and-a-half hours. What if this time spent doing laundry could also be invested in early childhood development? It can be!
This article originally appeared in Education Week on June 10, 2015.
On Sunday, my fiancée and I woke up at the crack of dawn to volunteer for the Clinton Foundation’s Day of Action in Denver. We weren’t sure what to expect, but hoped to get the chance to do some real work that would have a genuine impact. Our hopes were realized many times times over when we got to the MiCasa Resource Center, an organization that has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino families in the Denver area since 1976.Read More about Five Photos of Progress: Working Together in Denver
Only two days stand between now and Chicago Cares’ 20th Annual Serve-a-thon. This event started as an idea and has become a Chicago institution – today, Serve-a-thon is the largest single day of service in the city. To help celebrate, we are partnering with the Clinton Foundation for a Day of Action on June 15...Read More about Uniting to be the Solution
Building on our commitment made at the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative America (CGI) meeting, the New York City Coalition Against Hunger has dramatically increased the size and scope of our volunteer initiative: Ending Hunger through Citizen Service, with the generous support of Con Agra Foods.Read More about Ending Hunger Through Citizen Service
In 2011, President Clinton launched Clinton Global Initiative America to address economic recovery in the United States. The Clinton Global Initiative America meeting brings together leaders in business, government, and civil society to generate and implement Commitments to Action that create jobs, stimulate economic growth, foster innovation, and support workforce...Read More about Strengthening Economic Recovery