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Hey Parents!


Children for Children wants your family to Grow Involved!

  • Check out our Calendar of Programs and Events, and bring your child or family to our next event.
  • Sign-up your child for the Children’s Action Board and check out this year’s scheduled events and projects.
  • Sign-up for the Celebrations Program and help your child share his or her next birthday, holiday or milestone event with another child. You can get your child’s school or class involved as well!
  • Start a book drive, join a book drive, or simply help get new and gently used books into schools with Children for Children’s Book Programs. Be a parent representative at your child’s school for the annual citywide book drive Project Cicero.
  • Encourage your child to participate in the NEW Grow Involved Club!  Each time your child shares with another and helps your community or school or brings a friend to a CFC event, he/she can earn Grow Involved Club points and get recognition for reaching the next milestone. Help your child sign-up and begin making a difference today.
  • Looking for books or materials to get your family involved in volunteering?  Visit the CFC Store for recommended books. You can also use Celebrations Book Baskets as centerpieces for more formal celebrations.
  • Go to the Kids for Community database to find hundreds of opportunities for your child or family to make a difference in New York City and for some great background on service involving children to Get Started.
  • Learn about our Programs and Initiatives and then submit an interest form to help your family or child Grow Involved!

 
     

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“I was thrilled to find out that my daughter could be involved more directly in some 'help someone' activities with CFC.”

Elizabeth Frenchman, Parent