First 100 days: Tell us what has changed for children and families
To mark the first 100 days of the Obama Administration, the Annie E. Casey Foundation is inviting concerned citizens speak up and tell us – in 100 words or less, or with a video clip lasting no more than two minutes – What is the most important thing that the Obama administration has done for children and families during this first 100 days? And what should be next on the agenda?
Beginning April 29, we will display selected photos, videos and emails collected through the campaign on our website and promote them throughout the Web. The campaign is designed as the start of a national conversation; we hope the discussion on progress made for kids and families will continue and remain part of the national agenda.
How to participate:
- Scroll down and fill out our online form. Please provide your name, email address, and organization. We strongly encourage you to upload a photo as well.
- Create a video no longer than two minutes in which you share your ideas about the Administration’s progress during the first 100 days in helping vulnerable children and families. See YouTube instructions.
- Spread the word through Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking sites. See instructions.
- Post our 100Days/100Voices badge on your website, email newsletter, or blog. Add badge.
- Return to www.aecf.org/100Voices on April 29th to hear the voices of concerned citizens, share your favorites with your own social networks, and help us keep the conversation going. See a preview.
- Send questions about the campaign to 100Voices@aecf.org.
Read about the terms of the campaign.