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It was a lovely evening on the patio of Hogshead Brewery as members of the Denver community supported a fundraiser for Clayton Early Learning. Sponsored by Posinelli and Hogshead Brewery, $1 from every pint of beer sold, as well as tips and donations, all benefited Clayton programs.

Advocate for access to affordable, high-quality childcare and paid family and medical leave at Strolling Thunder on Sept. 21.

The George W. Clayton Trust, managed by Clayton Early Learning, completed the sale of the former Park Hill Golf Course property to Westside Investment Partners on July 11.

Denverite.com featured Clayton Early Learning in an article about the organization's focus on health, wellness and addressing food insecurity in Denver.

A nationally recognized leader in ECE, Charlotte Brantley, former president & ceo of Clayton Early Learning, celebrates a distinguished 40-year career, marked by successful management of early childhood programs at local, state and federal levels. 

You know volunteering has a positive influence (make friends, build connections, gain experiences, etc.), but did you know that it can actually assist your health?

Grant supports Fatherhood Committee, teacher development and student learning.

Ealasha Vaughner, a Clayton parent, recently took her two young daughters all the way to Washington, D.C., to advocate for making the potential of every baby a national priority through policies such as comprehensive national paid leave and high-quality, affordable child care.

On behalf of the Clayton Early Learning Board of Trustees, we are thrilled to share that Rebecca (Becky) Crowe has been selected to be our organization’s next president and chief executive officer.

A year ago today, Clayton Early Learning, the Colorado Children’s Campaign, and a steering committee of diverse stakeholders, gave birth to Raise Colorado, a coalition that takes collective action to promote bold public policy and change public perception regarding the health and well-being of pregnant people, new families, infants, and toddlers.

Policy changes are needed to help Colorado babies thrive.

In partnership with the Colorado Children’s Campaign and Children’s Hospital Colorado, Clayton Early Learning proudly co-hosted Speak Up for Kids on March 19, 2019. 

Colorado ranks among the top 12 states for the health and early learning for babies, according to a report released on Feb. 26, 2019, by national research and advocacy organizations.

Join Clayton Early Learning on March 12 for a screening of the fascinating and insightful documentary No Small Matter.

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