For more than 100 years the American Camp Association (ACA) has served the general public as a community of camp professionals focused on health, safety, and risk management in day and overnight camp programs across the US. As a leading authority in youth development, ACA works to preserve, promote and improve the camp experience for the 26 million campers who attend camp annually in the US. Learn more at

Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect. Its people work together to create a positive culture for its guests, team, and community as we celebrate play, nurture children and families, inspire teachers, and build community. For the last 3 decades, CCM has provided arts programs, STEM experiments, imaginative play, and more to over 11 million children and their parents and caregivers. Learn more here.

Conversations and modeling responsible behavior play a big part in preventing underage drinking, and it’s never too early to talk to your kids about making good decisions. Parents are the #1 influence on their kids’ decision to drink—or not to drink—alcohol.’s Ask, Listen, Learn program is full of videos, lessons and materials to help you get these conversations started and encourage your kids to say YES to a healthy lifestyle and NO to underage drinking. For more information, visit Ask, Listen, Learn.

Outschool is the largest marketplace of live online classes for kids. We connect learners, parents and teachers to create interest-based, small-group learning experiences that take place over video chat. With a library of over 100,000 live online classes and a community of families and teachers spanning 200+ countries, learners can take core subjects like math, reading, and science, as well as interest-based topics like Spanish with Taylor Swift and LEGO Engineering. Visit Outschool here.


Parenting in Place is a unique live masterclass series featuring prominent thought leaders in parenting, neuroscience, education, and well-being. The series initially came together in summer 2020 in response to the challenges families were facing while quarantining, social distancing, and remote learning, and in an era of heightened racial strife. Read more here.