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4C names 2015 Champions for Children

September 25, 2015

4C for Children has named Leslie Maloney and Pamela Page-Boykins as the 2015 Champions for Children. “Each of these women has worked tirelessly to help our children bloom,” says Vanessa Freytag, 4C president/CEO. Leslie Maloney is a member of the Cincinnati Preschool Promise steering committee and vice president and education ...

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Children, families better prepared for kindergarten thanks to 4C readiness programs

September 21, 2015

More than 200 kindergarten children and their parents in 10 Cincinnati Public Schools were better equipped when school started this year thanks to school readiness events facilitated by 4C for Children throughout August. For the third straight year Lisa Garofalo, 4C for Children’s school and community manager, has worked with ...

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Play & Learn: Kindergarten Readiness Program Launches

September 14, 2015

Beginning in September, 4C for Children Play & Learn groups in nine Ohio and Kentucky communities will welcome children—and the adults who care for them—to come and play! The target audience for these biweekly Play & Learn groups are young children (birth to age 5) not in formal child care ...

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4C chosen as finalist by Transform Cincinnati initiative

September 4, 2015

As one of six finalists in the Transform Cincinnati initiative, 4C for Children is positioned to present its “big idea” for a down payment on the Cincinnati Preschool Promise (CPP) on Sept. 30. Transform Cincinnati is an initiative focused on matching passionate community investors and funders with organizations, projects and ...

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Deadline for 4C youth award applications approaching

September 2, 2015

4C for Children will once again honor "Champions for Children: The Next Generation" with its fifth annual youth award.This award celebrates a high school project led and implemented by students in grades 9-12 who are taking action on behalf of the children of our community—locally or abroad. "The goal," says ...

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