Early Learning Coalition to Hold Art Auction Fundraiser

Early Learning Coalition to Hold Art Auction Fundraiser

On Thursday, January 25th, the Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend Region, Inc. (ELC) will hold a fundraiser. The event, titled Color Me Blue: A Kid’s Silent Art Auction Event, will be held at Goodwood Museum beginning at 6:30 p.m.

This event will feature a VIP cocktail reception with food catered by Blackberry Mimosa, live entertainment with music provided by Ayonna Charese and the Rehab Band, and a silent art auction featuring over twenty unique and beautiful artworks created by local Big Bend children aged 10-18.

The cost of the event is $50 and will help the ELC raise funds to continue to serve their mission in the Big Bend area.

Purchase tickets here.

The Early Learning Coalition

The Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend Region, Inc. (ELC) is a private not-for-profit organization that provides services to families, children, and child care providers in the seven counties that comprise northern Florida’s Big Bend Region: Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, and Wakulla.

The ELC works collaboratively with families, their children, and local child care providers to help prepare children for success in school and support families’ ability to work. Through effective caregiver education and professional development for child care professionals, the ELC connects the home and school by sharing critical information and resources on child development and how to best support each child’s individual growth.

Family support services including tuition assistance programs, child care information services, and community referrals that support each families’ success by connecting them to the information and resources they need. The ELC works with families to connect them to quality child care options and support them in choosing a program that best meets their child’s needs.

ELC is dedicated to ensuring that every child in the Big Bend is prepared to succeed in school. With your generous support, we can continue to support our youngest community members, their caregivers, and the early learning educators that equip them with the necessary skills to become future leaders.

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