The All in for all kids initiative unites committed partners who are inspired by a common goal: to make early childhood a priority for Quebec society.
Because today’s children are tomorrow’s adults, they deserve to have a special place in society. We must work together to ensure the best possible conditions for all children so that they can thrive and flourish.
By making a difference early in their lives, we can help them reach their full potential. And by giving all children the same chance, we can create a more united, well-rounded, educated, and prosperous society.
Association de l'éducation préscolaire du Québec
The Association de l'éducation préscolaire du Québec brings together close to 1,000engaged members who are interested in preschool education and childhood development between the ages of four and six (e.g., teachers, educators, students, managers, educational advisors, parents, researchers, professors).
Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec
The Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec provides leadership to ensure the development, strategic positioning, and influence of Quebec’s public libraries.
Association des haltes-garderies communautaires du Québec
The AHGCQ is dedicated to defending the interests of community stop-over centres and the parents who use them. The association promotes the quality of these services while striving to make them more accessible to Quebec society.
Association québécoise des centres de la petite enfance
The AQCPE is a network of social economy enterprises, representing the interests of a majority of the early childhood centres (centres de la petite enfance) and home childcare coordinating offices, everywhere in Quebec. Its mission is to provide national leadership on all the issues related to the early childhood education and care.
By supporting mobilization initiatives in communities, Avenir d’enfants works towards young children’s overall development and helps ensure that every child has an equal chance of getting a good start in life.
The Carrefour offers strategic support services to municipalities in collaboration with associations, organizations, and community partners in order to develop communities that foster family wellness, work-life balance, thriving and successful youth, and active aging.
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission
The First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission’s mission is to accompany Quebec First Nations in achieving their health, wellness, culture and self-determination goals.
Conseil québécois des services éducatifs à la petite enfance
The CQSEPE represents the collective interests of its members (CPEs and coordinating offices for home childcare), supporting and promoting the continuous improvement of educational services.
Fédération des commissions scolaires du Québec
The Fédération des commissions scolaires du Québec represents most of Quebec’s French-language school boards, as well as the Littoral school board. These school boards foster the academic success of over a million students by providing educational services at the preschool, elementary, and secondary levels, as well as professional training and adult education.
Fédération québécoise des organismes communautaires Famille
Established in 1961, the Fédération québécoise des organismes communautaires Famille strives to unite and support community organizations that work with families while helping to ensure the vital place of the family in Quebec society.
The mission of the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation is to prevent poverty by contributing to the educational success of young Quebecers, from conception to age 17, by helping them develop their full potential.
The Fondation Olo’s mission is to give families an equal chance of bringing a healthy baby into the world and of introducing them to healthy eating habits early on. Its services are available for the first 1,000days of a child’s life, a crucial period in their development. Since1991, the Fondation has helped ensure a healthy start for more than 250,000babies in Quebec.
A reliable, scientifically accurate source of information, Naître et grandir has taken on the mission of providing parents with day-to-day support in raising their children, from conception up until age 8.
The Early Childhood Observatory, a project of the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation, compiles the most rigorous data on 0-5 year-olds which it then disseminates to initiate dialogue, in the hope of encouraging more informed social choices in the area of early childhood.
Ordre des optométristes du Québec
The Ordre des optométristes du Québec’s principal aim is to protect the public byensuring that the laws and regulations governing the practice of optometry in Quebec are observed by optometrists and all other professionals concerned.
The Regroupement pour la Valorisation de la Paternité comprises nearly 250organizations and individuals across Quebec’s 17regions. With a view to parental equality, its mission is to recognize the role of fathers and to highlight their contribution to children’s development and well-being within families and society.
Community Health and Social Services Network
The purpose of the Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN) is to create a network of community resources, associations, public institutions and other organizations dedicated to the development through partnerships of health and social services for English-speaking communities across Quebec.
The Network unites, mobilizes, supports, and promotes the social value of CRPs (perinatal resource centres). It also strengthens and promotes CRP development across Quebec.
The mission of Réseau pour un Québec Famille is to promote and support families and highlight their importance to society.
The Réseau québécois pour la réussite éducative mobilizes regional stakeholders and develops local partnerships to foster conditions for academic success. The network facilitates concerted, collective efforts across Quebec to boost student retention among its youth.
Regional forums on early childhood
The Network of Regional Forums on Early Childhood brings together various regional forums from across Québec. These multisectorial forums mobilize regional partners on early childhood who are dedicated to working for the development of young children.