This year we have witnessed a tremendous amount of growth and success at Parent Services Project. At the heart of our success, is our emphasis on the idea of shared humanity. We believe that our communities, families and children prosper when we come together to support one another in breaking down systemic inequities. When our families lead, our kids succeed!
Our programs are thriving and as a result, the children and families in our community have developed strong social, emotional and educational support networks, have engaged in important technology and leadership training, and have increased their involvement in their children’s schools and education.
Today, we ask you to support us in uplifting and elevating the voices of the families and children in our communities who need it most. With your support, we are able to continue providing critical services that affect real change, including;
Partnering with 18 pre-schools and elementary schools, 9 playgroups and 6 family child care homes through Raising A Reader. Our early literacy services are offered in 76 classrooms serving 1,900 children between the ages of 3-6 years old.
Serving over 100 families through our Developmental Playgroups in San Rafael and West Marin. Groups are focused on strengthening protective factors that have been proven to help families thrive because we believe that the well-being of a child is directly impacted by the well-being of their family.
Helping over 300 parents from San Rafael City Schools learn school-based apps such as ParentSquare and ARIES through our digital literacy program, Impact Technology.
Engaging fifteen parents from West Marin to serve as our first cohort of tech-mentors – a cadre of local leaders focused on closing the technology equity gap.
Your contribution is essential because our work is sustained by the phenomenal support that you provide. Please donate today and help ensure that all families thrive in 2024 and beyond.
With deep gratitude and warm wishes for a healthy and happy holiday season.
Claudia Sanchez Wilson, Board President
Kate Joiner, Lucia Gonzalez, Alistair Matthew and Karina Soares