February 10, 2020

A Child’s Place Merges with Thompson Child & Family Focus

A Child’s Place (ACP), one of our original partner agencies, announced that it has merged with Thompson Child & Family Focus.  This will allow ACP, which […]
February 10, 2020

Smart Start Unveils New Name for Community-Wide Early Brain Development Campaign

Our partner agency, Smart Start of Mecklenburg County, launched their brain development campaign in October 2018.  This has been a very successful campaign thus far; however, […]
February 10, 2020

Community Link and A Child’s Place Collaborate

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools lead North Carolina in the largest population of homeless students.  Two of our partner agencies, Community Link and A Child’s Place, are collaborating to […]
November 8, 2019

Impact of Gun Violence on Youth Hosted in our Building

The Children’s Alliance, along with NC Child, hosted Impact of Gun Violence on Youth in our building on Wednesday, November 6.  They invited speakers from the […]
September 23, 2019

Care Ring NFP Team Wins National Award

Join us in congratulating Care Ring for receiving the 2019 Tenacious Caregiver Award for Network Partner for their Nurse-Family Partnership Program (NFP).  NFP is “an evidence-based, […]
July 25, 2019

United Way to Become Newest 601 E. 5th St. Tenant

Have you heard?!? United Way is moving into the Children & Family Services Center building at the end of this year. Our Executive Director, Shelley White, […]
July 3, 2019

CFSC’s Second Annual Collaboration Report is Here

Children & Family Services Center is excited to present its second annual Collaboration Report for 2018. In the report, we highlight initiatives, collaborations and results within […]
July 3, 2019

Safe Alliance President & Chief Executive Officer Award

The National Philanthropy Day Committee (NPD) and Association of Fundraising Professionals NC, Charlotte Chapter’s Board of Directors recently announced the 2019 NPD honorees.  Karen Parker, president […]
May 2, 2019

Looking Back: Cooperation Builds Nonprofit a Home

Step back in time and read an article that was published a little over a month after our building welcomed its first tenants. We’ve come a […]