FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | June 20, 2017 Press Contact: Heather Strickland 919-821-9564, 919-749-5013 firstname.lastname@example.org The following joint statement from Dolly Parton and Cindy Watkins, President of the North Carolina Partnership for Children/Smart Start, is in response to the release of the...
Over 40,000 Books Given to Children Through Smart Start and Reach Out & Read Recent Report Says Parents Participating in the Program Are More Likely to be Reading with Young Children – A recent report shows that a statewide partnership...
Cindy Watkins to Lead the State-Wide Network that Helps Ensure All NC Children Start School Healthy And Ready To Learn The North Carolina Partnership for Children (NCPC), the organization that leads Smart Start across the state, announced today that Cindy...
Peter Morris, M.D., Medical Director of Wake County Human Services named to key child safety task force by Governor Perdue Peter J. Morris, M.D., MPH, Medical/Clinical Services Director of Wake County Human Services and Board Member of The North Carolina...
The National Women’s Law Center recently launched a Tax Credits Outreach Campaign to ensure that more families know to claim available federal and state income tax credits. They have fliers for every state showing federal and state tax credits and...
On Thursday January 13, leaders of the Children’s Defense Fund and the Black Community Crusade for Children (BCCC) will release two studies showing the deepening crisis facing America’s Black children and young adults. Marian Wright Edelman and Geoffrey Canada...
A new study to adds to research that suggests television can have a negative impact on infants and toddlers. In a study of 259 families researchers found that babies who regularly watched TV had lower scores on cognitive and language...
Former North Carolina Governor James Hunt and David Lawrence, Jr., chairman of The Children’s Trust ,former publisher of The Miami Herald, and Milk Party leader have been named keynote speakers for the 2011 National Smart Start Conference's Celebration Lunch....
As a young girl, Norma Bell learned to cook the classic Southern way from her mother, Mildred “Mama Dip” Council. Today, as director of Little Teddies Daycare off of Homestead Road, she is cutting the fat from her cooking...
From What's New for Chatham Kids, a blog by the Chatham County Partnership for Children: Congressman Bob Etheridge’s Response to Chatham County Partnership for Children Candidate Questionnaire Throughout my time in public service, as a county commissioner, as a member of...