At the core of the old adage “It takes a village to raise a child” is the idea that parents alone cannot possibly provide all of the resources necessary to ensure the healthy development of a child. Read how CASE is trying to help.
Nearly half of the students attending public schools are likely to have one or more adverse childhood experiences. Stefanie Nsubuga, CASE manager, explores how CASE offers a hospitable environment for these students.
Emily and Lily reflect on how the kindness and generosity of others giving their time and resources helped them provide a special moment for the youth that they serve. Check out how a meal became an impactful moment for all involved.
Merci Warren, 15, writes about her experience working for the WorkWell Media team this summer! They worked hard to learn the technical skills necessary to operate their equipment while also making memories with friends.
Supervisor Brianne Botzum led the Junior Camp Counselors this week in organizing and inspiring campers. Brianne taught them the importance of taking initiative and peacefully resolving conflict, which they applied on the job with guidance by experienced camp counselors and experts.
Rosemary Sherrod writes about the expansion of Camp Skillz to two more camps in Madison in a trailer park of great need. Read how offering summer camps to kids who wouldn’t otherwise attend is impacting our neighbors and ways you can pray.