Complete Early Childhood Education For All Families, Including Health, Nutrition & Family Support Services For Children Six Weeks To Five Years Old
We debuted our new video at our Gladys Knight benefit concert and now we’re thrilled to share it with everyone!
Thank you to everyone who attended our benefit concert at The Palace Theatre April 22!
The seven-time Grammy winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer took the stage after our reception, which raised over $400k for our programs! Former David Letterman announcer and Stamford resident Alan Kalter and New York City TV journalist Carol Anne Riddell co-hosted the event. We honored Rachel Hennessey as the newest member of its Alumni Hall of Fame during the pre-concert reception. Hennessey works in communications for JP Morgan Chase in New York and is also an author.
Preschoolers from CLC’s Westover site kicked off the event with a performance in front of special guests that included Senator Richard Blumenthal, Stamford Mayor David Martin and Congressman Jim Himes. Over 1,100 people attended!
We celebrated Tasty Tuesday for The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Week of the Young Child! Children at CLC William Pitt used their fine motor skills and discussed healthy eating while enjoying Tacos. The infants at CLC Palmer’s Hill enjoyed Tasty Tuesday too! They mixing and eat vanilla pudding!
We are so excited to be on Theimpactvine.org! IV is helping local nonprofits by offering crowdfunding that makes it extra easy to have a direct positive impact on the community!
Help us provide a needed assortment of FUN outdoor play equipment that is sure to make playtime awesome for our little ones this summer! THANKS!
Our students are active, bouncy, and fun. Many of them (87%) are low-income. Their families come from 47 different countries. Play is critical for the healthy development of our youngest learners. We’re committed to providing a high-quality early education and care experience for all children 6-weeks to five-years-old and their families, regardless of their ability to pay.
It’s #NationalNutritionMonth and this year’s theme is “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” Our nutrition team educated the community on the dangers of too much sugar – and the outrageous amounts of sugar found in many popular drinks! Quench your thirst with water, low-fat milk, seltzer or juice instead of artificially flavored soda or energy drinks! For more information visit
National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Snow Day! It’s the perfect time to curl up with a book or make a fun winter art project! We’ve been busy learning about how animals survive during the winter – and making crafts showing where they hibernate! What’s your snow day plan?
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