2016 State of Our Children Breakfast

Join The Children's Movement of Fresno for the Fifth Annual State of Our Children Breakfast. Continue reading

Lisa Smittcamp: We must confront Fresno child abuse crisis

We have a moral obligation as a society to protect all children from harm. Continue reading

Fresno as Pacesetter; Recognized for Second Year in a Row

The national Campaign for Grade Level Reading named Fresno County as a Pacesetter for 2014.  It is the second year in a row that this community has been honored with this recognition. Continue reading

The Children’s Movement: Evolution to Collective Impact

This year TCM has continued to improve our ability to work collectively to identify solutions that improve our outcomes for our children.  Continue reading

2015 State of Our Children Breakfast

This year The Children’s Movement “State of Our Children” breakfast welcomed Fresno State University President Joseph Castro as our keynote speaker. Continue reading

Dr. Ken Bird: Fresno County health officer flies in for a house call

  A county health officer is very much like a primary care medical provider except that his or her patient is an entire community. From the Fresno Bee Continue reading

State of Our Children Breakfast 2015

Save the Date! Join us September 3, 2015 for the Fourth Annual State of Our Children Breakfast. Continue reading

Stronger Communities Through Better Literacy

Valley Children’s is proud to partner with “Talking is Teaching: Talk, Read, Sing,” a literacy program designed to build language skills in young minds. Continue reading

National security starts with good quality preschools

Organizations across all sectors of the American economy are constantly on the lookout for the best and brightest young people to join their teams. Continue reading

Fresno and Surrounding Cities Working to Support Early Learning

Director of Educational Services at ValleyPBS, Natali Carrera, talks about The Children's Movement of Fresno. Continue reading