The CDC and National Center for Health Statistics are looking for adults age 18 and over who have a child age 3-5, and who work multiple jobs, or as temporary employees or contractors, or who are not currently employed, to answer questions that may be asked on a national survey; participants will receive $40. Learn more here!
Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) Region 17 provides a single point-of-contact for Montgomery County families, early learning service providers, and community members looking to gain information and access services that support high-quality child care and early learning programs, including Child Care Works, Pennsylvania’s child care subsidy program. Learn more here. Click here for the ELRC June 2021 newsletter.
The Giving Tree. Visit the Giving Tree website for the Kindness Cafe Blog, Service Kit ideas and projects, and ways for children and families to help others, such as the initiative: Neighborhood Service Leaders. Engage children in service and community!
Maternity Care Coalition is offering a free virtual parenting education/support group starting in August 2021. Families who live in the North Penn School district and have children ages birth – 5 yrs. are eligible to register. Learn more and apply! Access the referral form.
North Penn YMCA child care programs offer a safe, nurturing environment for children to learn, grow, and thrive throughout the North Penn, Souderton Area, and Perkiomen Valley school districts. In addition to child care services, the North Penn YMCA offers camps and various school readiness programs. Learn more!
PCCY launched the PA Charter Performance Center, which seeks to improve the quality of education, especially for at-risk students, by producing unbiased, accurate and timely information that will build momentum for the adoption of sound state-level charter school policy. Learn more by visiting the website, or contacting the Center Director, ML Wernecke, email@example.com.
Read the PCCY report, No More Dreams Deferred, Building an Education System that Works for Black and Hispanic Students in the Philadelphia Suburbs.
Child Health Watch Helpline helps families get health insurance for free and in most languages.
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