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April 15, 2012

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Randi’s Corner – Back to School

September 1, 2011

Tweet September means back to school. Assisting children with backpacks and school supplies is a priority. Working along side of Centre Clothes Corner which is run by The Volunteer League of The San Fernando Valley, we assist underprivileged children with getting new shoes, uniforms, underware, socks and new jacket. Taking some of the financial pressure […]

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Celebrations make an impact for kids

August 1, 2011

Tweet Celebration time…graduations and birthdays all need to be celebrated to mark each child’s special occasion and create meaningful memories Special needs parents need to find easy ways to celebrate. Getting ready for our annual beach trip. Several children have never seen the Pacific Ocean. Keep an eye out for pics from that day!

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Randi’s Corner – Summer is here!

June 21, 2011

Tweet Keeping kids busy during summer means happy children. Assisting parents with summer activities…signing kids up for camp, dance and art classes seems to be what is most popular. Transportation is an issue. Not driving means locating activities that are not too far from home so they can get there by bus. Thankfully volunteers make […]

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CCF to Attend Annenberg Foundation training seminar

February 8, 2011

Tweet This spring the Childbirth Connection Foundation’s president and board will attend a training through The Annenberg Foundation. This training comes under the heading of Alchemy which means to transform something ordinary into something extraordinary. The training will commence Feb 12, 14th and May 16th and is designed to maximize the potential of our organization […]

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Possible Impacts from Governor Brown’s Budget Proposal

January 25, 2011

Tweet With deep cuts threatening our funding and many of the other health and safety programs that provide a safety net and health care to person’s with developmental disabilities, it is important to stay informed and to make our voices heard. Each one of us should be contacting our local legislators to voice our concerns. […]

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Supporting Young Dreams and The Arts

January 25, 2011

Tweet The generosity of our donor community has enabled the Foundation to provide scholarships to two talented young kids who have expressed strong desires and abilities to explore the performing arts. Alicia, age 15 is an aspiring flutist and has performed at school concerts and church services in her community. Alicia’s goal is to be […]

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