April 8, 2019
|WHAT:||The public is invited to attend a free screening of the documentary No Small Matter, followed by a community conversation about the importance of early childhood development and education.|
The event, sponsored by The San Diego Foundation and Silicon Valley Community Foundation, highlights why early childhood care and education is essential to the health, development and future success of San Diego children and the regional economy.
No Small Matter is a 70-minute documentary film. View the trailer.
Those interested in attending must RSVP at SDFoundation.org/Events by Friday, April 12.
|WHO:||Todd Gloria, Assemblymember, 78th District California|
Alethea Arguilez, Executive Director, First 5 San Diego
Laura Kohn, Director of the Center for Local Income Mobility, San Diego Workforce Partnership
Sara Libby (Moderator), Managing Editor, Voice of San Diego
|WHERE:||Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA), Balboa Park|
1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
|WHEN:||Tuesday, April 16|
3:30pm — Welcome & No Small Matter Screening
5:15pm — Conversation with Community Leaders
5:45pm — Reception
|WHY:||Children who are provided with early education opportunities do better in school as they grow older and are more likely to attend college and be successful in their careers. A lack of high quality, affordable childcare has emerged as a serious challenge for families through the San Diego region.|
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