PRESS RELEASES

NCCF Celebrates the Opening of its Newest Affordable Housing Program in the City of Takoma Park, MD.

The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) announces the grand opening of its new affordable housing property at 7906 Flower Avenue in the City of Takoma Park. A ribbon cutting will take place at the address at 2:00 PM…

RECLAIMING: The HeART of Community: A Virtual Gala Celebrating Youth Artists and the National Capital Community

On Friday, October 15, 2021, at 6:30 PM, the National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) presents the incredible reclaiming of the strengths of the community through a virtual journey of youth artistry and humanitarian awards. RECLAIMING: The HeART of…

NCCF Partners with Montgomery County to Innovate its Response to Young Families at Risk of Homelessness.

For nearly 40 years, NCCF and Montgomery County have collaborated…

NCCF Secures Funding for 10 Local School Districts

The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) and The Neediest Kids Program (TNK) are pleased to announce the successful launch of the TNK Ambassador Circle. Assembling a group of prominent local businesses and community leaders, the TNK’s newly established…

Executive Director, Sheryl Brissett Chapman, to be Honored at Brown University Commencement

Sheryl Brissett Chapman Ed.D., ACSW, will receive a Doctor of Humane Letters on Sunday, May 26, 2019 at Brown University in Providence, RI. Her professional work as an advocate and nonprofit innovator speaking for highly vulnerable children, youth, and families,…
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NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas. NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas.

For media inquiries, please contact Rachel Spassiani, Communications Director

Phone No: (301) 365-4480, ext. 120

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NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas. NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas.

For media inquiries, please contact Rachel Spassiani, Communications Director

Phone No: (301) 365-4480, ext. 120

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