Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Caring Causes: Too Small to Fail

The Center for the Next Generation is launching “Too Small to Fail,” a national movement to focus attention on the need to invest in America’s kids and address the challenges they face in leading healthy, happy, productive lives.

Activities kick off with a series of online and television ads produced by top national Republican and Democratic consultants Mark McKinnon (Bush) and Jim Margolis (Obama).  On a conference call with reporters and bloggers, The Center for the Next Generation will unveil its first 30-second ad, release a new national exit poll of voters conducted by Celinda Lake and Bob Carpenter, and lay out its strategy for making children a long-term national priority.

The Center for the Next Generation works to shape national dialogue around two major challenges that affect the prospects of America's Next Generation -- advancing a sustainable energy future and improving opportunities for children and families. As a nonpartisan organization, the Center generates strategies that advance these goals through research, policy development and strategic communications. In our home state of California, the Center works to create ground-tested solutions that demonstrate success to the rest of the nation.

Visit Too Small to Fail to learn more.

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