4C for Children will once again honor “Champions for Children: The Next Generation” with its eighth annual youth award. The award celebrates a high school project led and implemented by students in grades 9-12 who are taking action on behalf of children)—locally or abroad. Read More about 4C Seeks Applications for Annual High School Youth Award »
4C for Children will honor Kim Chiodi and Dr. O’dell Owens as Champions for Children at the 13th annual Champions for Children Gala on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at JACK Cincinnati Casino. In addition, 4C will present the Sallie Westheimer Community Impact Award posthumously to the family of Dr. Dorothy June Sciarra, a longtime leader in early childhood education in the region. Read More about 4C Announces Champions for Children »
4C for Children is excited to host a team at the inaugural Tour de Gem, Dayton Cycling Classic on September 2 at Fifth Third Plaza in downtown Dayton. Tour de Gem is a charity cycling event to highlight the Dayton region for cyclists of all ages and abilities. Read More about Join the 4C for Children Team at Tour de Gem! »
In Southwest Ohio on May 1, there were:
- 743 Family Child Care providers who serve more than 8,000 children
- Of those 743, a mere 74 were Step Up To Quality (SUTQ) quality rated, with most taking a year or more to achieve a quality star.
4C for Children has had the benefit of some extra help since last September, thanks to AmeriCorps Public Allies. Public Ally Quratulain Sami has been researching the issue of homelessness, how it affects children in our community and ways families and child care providers can be better supported. Read More about 4C for Children Partners With AmeriCorps Public Allies to Serve Families »