How Can You Impact Early Childhood Experiences?
Help our agency who supports adults who directly impact over 6,000 children in Northeast Wisconsin every year.
We are always looking to connect with others who want to make a difference in our community by promoting healthy child development. Here are a few ways you can help:
- Learn More
- Become a Board or Committee Member
There are many different ways for community members and groups to support the work happening every day at Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. Call 920-432-8899 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a tour to learn how you can help us improve early childhood experiences in northeast Wisconsin.
What Does Healthy Child Development Mean For Our Community? Through healthy child development programs, our community’s future skies will be colored with benefits like these:
- Child abuse and neglect prevention
- Obesity prevention
- School readiness
- Increased community connections
- Increased healthy adult/child interactions
- Improved social-emotional development
There are many benefits to children and our community by making an impact in the lives of children early. This is just a few but studies show that the return on investment in quality early childhood programs can be $7-$16 for every $1 invested.
Encouraging the development of the child can lead to less abuse and neglect; fewer child deaths; improved physical, emotional and cognitive development; better parenting skills and involvement; increased safety in the home; fewer teen pregnancies; improved school performance; increased rates of high school graduation; reduced need for foster care, juvenile detention, and other youth intervention services.
During the first five years, 90% of brain development occurs, and we can set children on a healthy course for development, which will be needed for school and beyond. Our efforts focus on those first five years but also support those who contribute to the success of children.
Cash Donations: Donations made to our agency are used to provide support to programs and families in our community.
$25 Donation – Provides one-hour of one-on-one support to an at-risk family.
$50 Donation – Provides free childcare support to participants for an eight-week parenting class. Childcare support allows families to remain engaged for programming and keeps children safe and secure.
$100 Donation – Provides unrestricted funding to secure baby safety items, household products, and resources for families with immediate need.
As a member of the professional community, Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. works collaboratively with companies, nonprofit agencies, government entities to enhance a holistic approach to family and childcare programming.
We are seeking support for
Newsletter Sponsor: Help support outreach to over 1200 families and childcare providers by sponsoring a newsletter edition. Sponsorships start at only $250.
Resource Sponsor: To ensure families have access to direct services offered in our community, please consider a sponsorship of $250 to offset printing, supplies, and resources and help make a difference today!
Company Match Programs: Consider providing a cash donation and have your organization match your contribution.
Training Collaborator: Is your organization interested in a lunch-and-learn about child abuse prevention, childcare, avoiding childhood obesity, parenting skills, communicating with your children? We can prepare a simple 30 min to 1 hour session and will deliver it at your organization. Contact 432-8899 for more details.
Support our fun, free kiting event for the whole family. Donate or volunteer for Fly-A-Kite Fest an annual event in June to help keep this amazing event growing and possible for thousands of attendees. Contact us at 432-8899 or at email@example.com for sponsorship or volunteer opportunities.
Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. is a 501 (c ) 3 non-profit organization under IRS rules and regulations. Donations provided to our agency can be tax deductible. Our agency relies on the support of our community and corporate partners to maintain programming.