GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOTV) - Come eat burritos (or tacos, or fajitas, or more) and help support programs like Family Futures Connections. Between 5-9 p.m. on Tuesday, September 10 at El Barrio, 15% of all diners' bills will be donated to Family Futures. No flyer needed - just be there and enjoy your dinner!
Takeout orders count too, so swing by and pick something up or just bring the whole family on in. Kiddos and babies are welcome (burrito costume not required).
Let someone else do the cooking, and help us strengthen families. We hope to see you there!
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About the Connections Program:
Website: Family Futures Connections
Babies grow and change rapidly. They learn more in their first five years of life than at any other time, making their early experiences incredibly important. Knowing this, you’ll want to do all that you can to support your child’s learning. There is no time to waste. After all, kids grow up quickly. Connections families receive a series of age-specific questionnaires, called the Ages and Stages Questionnaire. These questionnaires enable parents to track their child’s development.
Connections families receive:
- Specific feedback about your child’s progress
- Resources if there is an area of concern
- Parenting tips and playtime ideas
- A Parent Coach to contact with questions or concerns about your child
- Information about local and low-cost family activities
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