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Raising Their Rating = Positive Outcomes for Children Served

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Lil People’s Childcare, Family Child Care Home. Lil People’s Childcare, Family... Continue Reading

Family Engagement: Key Component of Child Care Excellence

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Cynthia’s Creative Kids Corner. Cynthia Cockerham Wright, owner of Cynthia’s Creative... Continue Reading

Supporting Families: Rowe’s Child Care Center and Afterschool Program

Early Education Professionals are heroes. Rowe’s Child Care Center, LLC & Rowe’s Childcare Afterschool Program. Arnetha Rowe owns Rowe’s Child Care... Continue Reading

Community Child Abuse Prevention Plan Update Presented to Cumberland County Board of Commissioners by SOAR Community Coalition

In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, the Strengths in Overcoming Adversity thru Resiliency (SOAR) Community Coalition presented an... Continue Reading

Local Educator Wins International Award 🏆

Fayetteville’s Kerri Hurley Receives International Award for the Eleventh Year Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc. is proud to announce Mrs.... Continue Reading

Children’s Book Reviews: A Few Favorites to Add to the Shelf

As a children’s book author, I get a little bit giddy when it comes to KidsLit. I love, love, love children’s... 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

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

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Cheers to our Child Care Providers

With Child Care Provider Appreciation day being today (May 8th), I started to look for an article or blog that I... Continue Reading

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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