Enough is Enough. Join our Action Week for fair funding for the early years

Action Week

Enough is enough

The early years plays a vital role in helping children reach their full potential and enabling parents to get back into work.

But the sector is struggling to stay sustainable due to government underfunding.

Childcare funding rates were set and frozen in 2015 – this means they don’t take into account the subsequent increases to business hikes, minimum wage rises or any other cost increases since then.

This has forced providers to put up parent fees and, in some cases, close.

Fair Future Funding Action Week 2019

Thank you for joining the Fair Future Funding Action Week which started on Monday 10 June.

The campaign message is simple. We are calling on government to urgently review funding levels to make sure they match the true cost of delivering quality childcare, and for funding rates to be reviewed annually to make sure they keep pace with rising costs.

We want to make sure every MP in England is aware of the funding crisis in the early years, supports the campaign and calls on the Treasury to make sure childcare is properly funded.

 

What you can do right now

While it may be too late for your MP to visit you during the Action Week, you might still want to invite them to visit in the future.

 


 

If you’ve already contacted your MP, you can also:


And don't forgot to keep in touch with us

Let us know once you've written to your MP and let us know if you hear back from them.

Tag the Early Years Alliance in any social media posts so we can see how your campaigning is going.

You can email our campaign officers Rebecca and Deri at: feedback@eyalliance.org.uk if you have any questions or need further support.

 

Thank you and good luck with taking action on early years funding!