PRESS RELEASES

New $4,000 Award Highlights Exceptional D.C. Superintendent’s Attention to Poverty

Washington, D.C. (April 17, 2017) As founder of The Neediest Kids (TNK), a program of The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF), Tom Cookerly’s mission is to ease the growing struggles of the almost 250,000 students affected by poverty…

D.C. Philanthropists Unite to Support The Neediest Kids at UnCorked!

Washington, D.C. (March, 24, 2017 ) The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) is excited to announce UnCorked! An Evening of Extraordinary Wines to Benefit The Neediest Kids (TNK), a program of NCCF. The event will be held at…

Season of Giving Celebration Set for Nov. 19

For Immediate Release: Krista Brick, 301-424-4141 krista@maierwarnerpr.com Rockville, Maryland (November 3, 2016) – Thousands are expected to attend Rockville Town Square’s celebration of A Season of Giving on Nov. 19 highlighted by a 20-foot interactive holiday tree, live entertainment and…

Shop D.C. Whole Foods for Neediest Kids on Thursday, Nov. 16

Washington, D.C.  – Thursday, November 10, 2016 – Whole Foods Market stores in the District of Columbia are teaming up with The Neediest Kids, a program of The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF), for the retailer’s 5% Community…

NCCF’s Executive Director Receives Prestigious Brown Bear Award

Providence, Rhode Island – September 23, 2016 – For exemplary volunteer service to Brown University, Dr. Sheryl D. Brissett Chapman ‘71, Executive Director of The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF), received The Brown Bear Award. The honor is…
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PUBLIC POLICY

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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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