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Sew Masks for Children and Staff

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CPCD...giving children a head start

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CPCD...giving children a head start

Are you looking for a way to help and support opening Preschool Classrooms back up due to COVID-19?

We are currently putting together masks to prepare for our on-site classrooms in our Preschool and Early Head Start Programs for the school year. Guidance from the CDC as well as licensing regulations are requiring that all children and staff be wearing masks throughout the day.

If you can make masks to donate to our classrooms we would greatly appreciate it. We can also provide you with materials as well if you are located in the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. We are unable to mail materials at this time.

We appreciate you helping keep our children, families and staff safe! If you are planning on dropping off completed mask, or need us to provide you with the materials please be sure to contact Mtorres@cpcd.org.

THANK YOU!

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About CPCD...giving children a head start

Location:

2330 Robinson St., Colorado Springs, CO 80904, US

Mission Statement

CPCD prepares children for success in school and life by providing excellent comprehensive early childhood services in partnership with diverse families and the community.

Description

CPCD is committed to the comprehensive early childhood development model, which is at the basis of its successful Head Start and Early Head Start programs. CPCD serves just under 2,000 prenatal through five-year-old at-risk, low-income and special needs children and their families. We operate classrooms in six school districts. Our two generation approach provides parents with education, services and training to help them be their child's first and best teacher. Community volunteers 12 and older join us year round to change the lives of our most vulnerable citizens.

Children & Youth
Community
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Sewing

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Make as many as you can!

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