Creating a safe and caring classroom and school children and families. With the belief that parents are a child’s first teacher with school as a supportive partner, staff at A Child’s Place can better help children learn and grow. The Pyramid Model focuses on valuing children and parents as partners. Teachers want children to learn… more
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On eve of Super Bowl Weekend, student athletes from Lansingburgh High School visit children at A Child’s Place at Unity House In what has become an annual tradition, students from Lansingburgh High School’s football team visited Unity House’s preschool program in Troy. It was so much fun making crafts, like pom poms, to cheer on… more
Many thanks to the Troy Record for stopping by to chronicle such cuteness. Thanks to Santa, also, for taking time out of his busy schedule to come visit the children and give each of them a book.
SEFCU volunteers are Greatest of All Time (GOAT) Many hands help make for a great day at A Child’s Place at Unity House What do goats, chickens, unicorns, and sno-cones have in common? They were among the great offerings at the SEFCU Children’s Carnival for children and families at A Child’s Place at Unity House. It… more
Children at the Unity House program, A Child’s Place, which works with little ones aged 6 weeks to 5 years of age, will benefit from a Dine to Donate event at the Recovery Room in Troy. When guests arrive at the restaurant to eat (either dine-in or take-out), and mention they are there for Dine… more
Wish Walk gets help from a great team The Northeastern NY chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation had a very special group involved in their Walk for Wishes: staff and friends from A Child’s Place at Unity House. Participation in the walk as part of Team Patrick is just one example of the community service that… more
KeyBank Helps Children The Albany location of A Child’s Place at Unity House received some much needed TLC. Weeds were weeded, plants planted, and mulch moved by a group of volunteers from KeyBank. They were a super help and after their hours of work the playground an surrounding spaces looked fabulous. A Child’s Place at Unity… more
Summertime means fun. Can you help a child enjoy a classic summer camp experience? It’s called the Unity House Traveling Summer Camp in part because the fun never stops, and because they travel to each day’s activities. The camp, open to children ages 5-12 years of age, provides awesome summer time fun such as swimming,… more
Facebook Fundraisers Help Unity House Unity House the recipient of online support efforts. Q: What’s a Facebook Fundraiser? A: It’s a form of peer-to-peer fundraising. We’ve all experienced a request from a friend or a colleague for support of their participation in a charitable race or event. Facebook Fundraisers are the same thing, but the event is… more
‘Twas almost the night before Christmas… Children and parents at A Child’s Place delighted by visit from Santa Claus. Read more – and see great photos by Lauren Halligan- in The Record.