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Hi Blog Readers,

We are closing this blog because we have launched a new, more user-friendly website where you can follow the latest news from Voices and the child advocacy community – and more!

Visually, the site complements our new brand and logo. You can view our official brand/logo style guide on our Press Kit webpage.Functionally, the site offers more sophisticated tools that will make it easier for you to find what you need and share it with others (via email and social media). Among its many functions, the site includes:

  • A Publications & Research webpage that allows you to sort items by policy issue
  • An events calendar that lists Voices’ upcoming events and other events significant to the child advocacy community
  • A rotating feature box on our homepage that displays our most important news
  • Up-to-date webpage content throughout the site so users know who we are and what we do, among other things

We ask that you take a few minutes to explore Voices’ new site – – and share it with others. This is an opportune time for you to share with family, friends and colleagues your involvement with/interest in Voices, who we are and how they too can join our cause, if interested.

Thank you and Happy Holidays,

Voices Staff



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