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Families

Data Shows That Our System Continues To Fail Children Who Are Black

I am a white woman who is just a little past middle-aged. I have spent nearly all of my life in... Continue Reading

Summer “Staycation” Ideas

2020 has many families opting out of summer travel due to the Covid-19 pandemic—but still wanting to enjoy time together at... Continue Reading

5 Life Lessons Children Learn While Gardening

Do you have a garden or a desire to create one? Beyond the satisfaction of growing your own food, gardening offers... Continue Reading

The Dad Factor

Being a dad is important and rarely celebrated. Can we take a minute to celebrate Dad? If you’re reading this and... Continue Reading

Get Outside and Play! Benefits of Outside Play and Your Child

As the days get longer and our ability to move about in the great big world becomes a little easier (socially... Continue Reading

Family with newborn infant

Program to Reduce Child Abuse and Neglect Slated for Cumberland County

After nearly two years of planning and research, the Partnership for Children of Cumberland County will begin implementation of a universal home visiting... Continue Reading

Six Ways YOU Can Help Promote Awareness to Prevent Child Abuse

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Each of us plays a vital role in raising awareness about the prevention of... Continue Reading

Celebrating the Spirit of Love on Valentine’s Day with Little Ones

Valentine’s Day (February 14th) is right around the corner, although it may seem as if we just hurdled the biggest holidays... Continue Reading

Show the Smallest Residents of Fayetteville, “We’ve Got You Covered!”

Donate Diapers at Starbucks® Walter Reed Location Today! 1 in 3 families struggles to afford diapers for their children. The same... Continue Reading

Celebrate National #SpecialEducationDay

December 2nd is designated as National Special Education Day to honor the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) which was born... Continue Reading