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Partnership for Children of Cumberland County Announces NC Pre-K Application Event

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc. (PFC) is hosting NC Pre-K Application Day for the 2020/2021 school... 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

7 Ways to Support Military Children During Deployment

Deployments can be difficult for the entire military family unit. It’s stressful anticipating the deployment day as preparations are made during... Continue Reading

Meet Our Contributing Authors

You have probably noticed some exciting things happening on our website and cross-promoted on our social media. If you missed it,... Continue Reading

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The Giving Tuesday Impact

Did you know that nonprofit organizations rely on donations each year to continue programming and initiatives? Giving Tuesday started in 2012... 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

How To Raise a Thankful Child

When my sons were born, my wish for my children was for them to grow into kind, compassionate, contributing, and thankful... Continue Reading

Five Ways to Honor Military Families Throughout the Year

While November is the time to show gratitude, none is more important than giving thanks to military families. Since 1996, November... Continue Reading

Literacy: The Early Years Matter

Reading logs. Computer reading software programs. Prizes. Rewards. Hooked on Phonics. Library programs. Activities. Consequences. These are a few strategies that schools use to encourage students... Continue Reading