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New Name. Same Mission. Presbyterian Children's Village is now theVillage.
New Name. Same Mission. Presbyterian Children's Village is now theVillage.

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Our Outpatient Therapy Rooms need lamps! Please visit our Amazon Wish list http://bit.ly/theVillageWishList2018 to purchase one (or more) for theVillage if you can. It takes a village….
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The Board of Directors of theVillage has named Michael Kellerman as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) after completing an extensive search. Kellerman, an experienced nonprofit executive who most recently served as theVillage’s Interim President and CEO, brings 17 years of leadership, strategic planning, development, and marketing experience to theVillage and will transition to his new role immediately. To read the full press release http://bit.ly/theVillage-New-CEO
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#Art Works - Strengthening Families + Empowering Children: TheVillage's annual fundraising event benefits some of the most vulnerable children and families in our community. Funds raised support innovative and creative therapeutic programs helping kids heal from trauma. Join us on May 4, 6-9 pm, Merion Cricket Club www.bit.ly/ArtWorks2018
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Vision without action is just a dream, action without vision just passes the time, and vision with action can change the world.… Nelson Mandela There's still time to make your year end donation. It’s not too late to make a year-end, tax-deductible donation to theVillage. You can donate online at our secure website by clicking here https://village1877.org/give-help/general-support/. Or you can mail a check to theVillage but be sure it is written, mailed and postmarked by Saturday, December 30th. Our mailing address is: 452 S Roberts Rd, Rosemont, PA 19010. Thank you for all you do to support the children and families receiving vital services from us!
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Looking for that perfect gift for the holidays online, Give a Gift that Gives Back!
Amazon Smile: Go to Smile.Amazon.com and designate theVillage as your charity of choice. Every time you shop at Amazon Smile, they will make a donation to theVillage at no cost to you. We also have an Amazon wishlist. You can purchase an item that theVillage really needs! http://bit.ly/theVillageWishList
If not shopping on Amazon, go through GoodShop.com's Online Shopping Portal to go to your favorite merchants. Designate theVillage as your cause and the merchant will donate a percentage (as much as 17%) to theVillage. "
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#SanctuarySunday TheVillage utilizes The Sanctuary Model of Trauma Informed Care as a blueprint for clinical and organizational change that promotes safety and recovery from adversity through the active creation of a trauma-informed community. There are seven commitments of Sanctuary. Emotional Intelligence is our Sanctuary Commitment of October. TheVillage Sanctuary Tip of the Week is "Think before you speak."
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Don’t forget to clip and save General Mills Box Tops for Education. Last year, we received nearly $600. With your help we can top that this year.
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#InspirationFriday If you fail, never give up because F.A.I.L. means "First Attempt In Learning". - End is not the end, if fact E.N.D. means "Effort Never Dies" - If you get No as an answer, remember N.O. means "Next Opportunity". So Let's be positive. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam "
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Don't miss this year's It Takes theVillage 5K Run, 1 Mile Walk/Run, and Family Fun Day. Festivities kick off at 9:00 am. Kids activities, health and wellness resources including mental/behavioral/emotional health, physical fitness, and more. Bring your family; bring your friends! See you there. URL
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Thank you to the children of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church for choosing to spend their school holiday in service to others. Five kids and two adults shopped for items to help children entering care feel welcomed in their new home. The kids filled plastic shoe boxes with needed toiletries, some fun stuff and a special card. This seemingly small gesture goes a long way to making our kids feel special.
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