Children’s Learning Centers Youth Board Raises $2,700 to Benefit Preschool Children

CLC Youth Board

CLC Youth Board comprised of students from Brunswick School and Greenwich Academy. Left to right: Charlie Berger, David Sorbaro, Nick Mosher, Maggie Varvel, Emma MacTaggart, Harry Fett, William McKinnon. Contributed photo

Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County’s Youth Board raised nearly $2,700 for the nonprofit early childhood education provider’s enrichment programs during a Brunswick School fundraiser in Greenwich.

A portion of the money is set to pay for field trips for CLC’s preschoolers. Trips include visits to SoundWaters in Cove Island Park, which are the culmination of a nature learning experience SoundWaters provides CLC children through its SoundKids program. The Youth Board also set aside funds for classroom technology such as cameras and printers.

“We had a lot of fun fundraising for CLC and are happy to be part of this great organization,” said President of the Youth Board and Brunswick junior Nick Mosher.

CLC’s board of directors and leadership council, along with State Sen. Carlo Leone and Stamford town and school officials, launched the organization’s first Youth Board comprised of Brunswick and Greenwich Academy youth at an event last year.

In addition to fundraising, Youth Board members volunteer in CLC classrooms, support service projects and recently volunteered at CLC’s Gladys Knight Benefit Concert.

Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC) has been a leader in developing and implementing high-quality and affordable early childhood education and care programs since 1902. The agency is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and has eight locations. Serving 1,500 children a year, its comprehensive pre-K curriculum, on-site healthcare providers, family service workers and nutrition program set it apart from other early childhood education providers. CLC also collaborates with Yale University on a breakthrough program to develop social and emotional skills in young children. For more information, visit www.CLCFC.org.


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