The last 2 years may have been full of anxiety and fear, but it has also shown the resiliency we are all capable of, especially our children. The unknown rolled off their backs and they accepted change like champs. And you, yes all of YOU have also shown such kindness,
https://vtdigger.org/2021/02/10/rutland-parent-child-center-wins-1-5-million-to-renovate-2gen-center/ Get excited! We have secured all funding necessary to complete our new campus! All our gratitude to USDA Rural Development staff, whose steadfast belief, shared vision and support made this possible.
How we're handling COVID, our new Saplings K-3 afterschool literacy program, NatureWorks update, shout-outs to participants, volunteers and supporters - check it out!SummerFall 2020 Newsletter
Reading is one of the most powerful developmental tools we have, a critical ingredient of long-term educational success. There is no time like COVID time to discover new, easily accessible ways to bring the power of reading into the lives of your children and set the stage for their future.
COVID has changed education – making things especially difficult for low-income and minority families with children – who already face significant educational challenges. But information and tools are available to help families turn this situation on its head. Join our Executive Director Mary Feldman on Lou Scott’s Gepetto Room to
When we started up our food security program in 2018, we didn’t foresee it becoming a focal point of our service provision. Some observed that such a program might even distract from our primary mission. But food is a critical thread running through so many aspects of our lives –
Certain people are 'change agents’. Diane Nilan is certainly one of them. Diane, co-author of “Changing the Paradigm of Homelessness” released in January, visited the PCC this summer providing a staff training and sharing how we can better aid children and families experiencing homelessness in our region. Her devotion to
Take what you need! RCPCC food shelf is open and available during our operating hours: Monday—Friday 9:00 am—4:30; Closed on Tuesday. Call for after hour appointments Please feel free to take what you need, when you need it. We get new food weekly so stop by often! BASIC NECESSITIES: The ongoing expense of basic
During the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons, the staff of the Parent Child Center of Rutland County prepared over 190 support baskets for participants in our programs as well as members and families in the community. We live in a culture that places a lot of emphasis on material giving during