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A nation’s future depends on how well it nurtures and protects its young people. Pew seeks to study and promote nonpartisan policy solutions for pressing and emerging problems that affect the next generation.
Pew supports initiatives, grounded in research and evidence, that aim to help children and youth become active, contributing members of society both in Philadelphia and around the country.
At the national level, Pew supports efforts to prevent children from languishing in foster care without safe, permanent families. We work to provide access to high-quality preschool for all three- and four-year-olds. We support a public health initiative that seeks to reduce young people’s exposure to alcohol advertising, because underage drinking is the nation’s most pressing drug problem.
Locally, the Pew Fund for Health and Human Services in Philadelphia offers operating and project-specific support to a number of nonprofits that aid youth in the city and four nearby counties.
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