This letter went home through traditional mail as a year-end thanks, update, and funding request. To be added to our mailing list, please call us!  This holiday season, please help us make necessary upgrades to ensure the learning environment we provide our children is safe and welcoming. I can’t tell you what joy watching our children learn and discover brings to me and all of our staff every day. I know that you also recognize

Volunteer Spotlight: Jenny Hall

Posted by Amanda Wallace on December 8, 2017
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King’s Daughters is blessed by many people in our community and we’re delighted to shine the spotlight on the work of our volunteers in this series of posts. We are inspired and incredibly honored to have such a compassionate and enthusiastic team of people who support our efforts and the children we serve! Our current Board Chair, Jenny Hall, is the mother of one of our ‘graduates’ and an attorney and owner of the Adoption Law
Zeke Boyd was our Top Reader for September. He and his parents checked out 18 books! Allysa Flores was our Top Reader for October. She checked out 15 books! Congratulations! They received prizes including a gift card and a new book. We are able to provide these awesome reading incentives for our children and families through our Read to Succeed program with the United Way of Metro Nashville. The books families can take home are
We are always thrilled to hear from our beloved ‘graduates’ after they leave our center and begin Kindergarten and beyond. Below, we hear from Samantha Blackburn, grandmother of Zavi, a new Kindergartener. We’re so glad to hear about her smooth transition to Kindergarten this fall and loved all the pictures she shared with us! How old was Zavi when she first started King’s Daughters? She was about 27 months, just over two years old. She stayed until

Meet our team: Ms. Lee

Posted by Amanda Wallace on November 9, 2017
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Meet Lee Earls, our Site Coordinator for the Louise Odom Children’s Center. This special building houses two toddler rooms and one infant room, providing love, security, and developmentally appropriate activities and materials for our littlest community members to discover. Ms. Lee started as a classroom teacher with King’s Daughters in November of 2014 and was promoted to LOCC Site Coordinator when we opened the new facility in May of last year. We are so grateful
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