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The Alliance Educational Fund

  • Springfield, VA
  • www.vafcca.org

Mission Statement

This organization supports working families while supporting young children's development. Family child care is the choice of care for working families. A large percentage of children under the age of five are in some type of child care setting. The Virginia Child Care Resource and Referral Services 2006 Annual Report data shows an estimated 800,000 children under the age of 12 with 350,000 being under the age of six of working parents. Collectively, working parents make up an estimated 65 percent of Virginia's workforce. Working Parents rely on reliable child care in order to be dependable and productive employees. Children must have quality child care in order to reach their full potential in school and in life. A qualified child care provider in a safe and stimulating environment are essential to achieving maximum developmental success for Virginia's children.

ruling year

2012

Principal Officer

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Mrs. Monica Jackson

Keywords

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The Alliance represents, support, and provides training, services, technical support and resources to its members..

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EIN

54-1770904

Also Known As

The Alliance

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (C01)

Professional Societies & Associations (C03)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Programs

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Program 1

An annual training conference and distribution of a quarterly newsletter represents this organization major operating programs. This organiation serves child care providers, children, families, and communities by providing an essential service to working parents.

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THE VA ALLIANCE OF FAMILY CHILDCARE ASSOCIATION
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31

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The Alliance Educational Fund

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Mrs. Monica Jackson

BIO

Monica Jackson has been President elect since 2004. With the support of a well-skilled and talented Board of Directors, The Alliance has realized significant accomplishments through the use of her leadership and strong administrative skills. Monica is experienced in the area of business development, finances, and other duties and responsibilities in the daily management of an organization. Her passion, work experiences, enthusiasm, and knowledge are invaluable resources. Her work experience includes over 20 years in the financial industry. As President, she travels extensively throughout the state advocating and raising public awareness to support family child care professional development and quality child care learning experiences for Virginia's children. Her work history, professional experiences, academic accomplishments (which includes a degree in Early Childhood) combined with her dedication and enthusiasm enable her to be skilled in understanding child care issues. Monica possesses the necessary skills with a proven track record that is making a valuable contribution to the Alliance. The Board of Directors recently approved an extension of her term as President.

Governance

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BOARD ORIENTATION & EDUCATION

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BOARD PERFORMANCE

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