Be My Neighbor Day
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Be My Neighbor Day invites children and families to participate in family volunteer activities that support neighbors in need.

Inspired by "Mister Rogers" and "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood," Be My Neighbor Day is a chance to teach children the importance of being a good neighbor. 

Our Be My Neighbor Day event is SOLD OUT. 

Please explore our resources on how you and your child can be good neighbors in your community below! 

 

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Daniel Tiger Teaches How To Be A Good Neighbor
Be My Neighbor Day Activity Ideas
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Volunteer as a family

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Volunteer as a family

PBS Parents provides tips on how to volunteer with your child!

10 Easy Ideas to Give Back

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10 Easy Ideas to Give Back

With school out for summer it’s the perfect time to make a difference in your community!

 Early Learning Resources Pages 

Click on these links to connect to organizations working in early learning in Colorado:

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Leading Colorado's Child Care and Education Workforce

A report published by Qualistar Colorado, in partnership with WFCO, reveals that leaders and teachers in the early care and education field are not fairly compensated for the critical role they have in children’s lives and within local and state economies. 

As a field, early care and education is an essential two-generation resource for state and local economies, yet is continuously plagued by high turnover rates, presenting a loss both for the business and for children.

These professionals allow families the opportunity to participate in the workforce and achieve self-sufficiency while also providing safe, learning-rich environments that lay the foundation for children’s school and life success. Read the report »