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There are many ways for you to help create a stronger Vermont for our children. BBF works at the state and local levels to create systems improvements that benefit children and families. 

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State Advisory Council

Members of the State Advisory Council are recommended by the State Advisory Council Nominating Committee and appointed by the Governor’s Office. To learn about openings on the Council and how you might begin the process, please contact Katie Mobbs in our office.

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VECAP Committees

You can get involved in one of the Vermont Early Childhood Action Plan (VECAP) committees. Apply your expertise as a professional working with kids, working at a program level, or as a family member intimately aware of how Vermont’s early childhood system can improve. These committees are all system-focused to impact policy and practice that will improve the lives of children and families in our state.

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Families and Communities

The BBF Families and Communities Committee works to develop a statewide approach that enriches and expands family partnership and leadership at the provider, agency, and community levels. Our committee is entirely virtual and open for parents and providers to join anytime. You can call in via your computer or phone, from anywhere! All you need to do is show up with all of the knowledge and experience that you hold. We value your time. Parents and caregivers will be compensated for participating in committee meetings and activities. To learn more, click below to email us, read about the committee, or fill out the Membership Form

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Regional Councils

Regional Councils help to set priorities and drive action in communities across Vermont. Each regional early childhood council, supported by one of BBF’s Regional Council Managers, brings together community members committed to young children and families. Councils are guided by a Regional Action Plan, and identify annual priority actions based on community needs and gaps. The Regional Councils also advise the BBF State Advisory Council on opportunities to strengthen both local and statewide systems of care, health, and education. Regional Council meetings are open to all interested individuals.

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BBF participates in meetings and events all over Vermont.

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Williston, VT 05495

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