NCC Featured in Afro: “White Proposes Early Child Development Bill”

Our Early Learning Center’s Executive Director, Dr. Keesha Blythe (left) and Parent-Teacher Association President, Aliscia Jackson (center) were featured in the June 29th Afro article titled, “White Proposes Early Child Development Bill”. The article focused on District of Columbia’s Council member (At-large) Robert White (right) proposed bill, “The Bolstering Early...

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NCC Featured on WUSA 9

NCC’s Early Learning Center and Executive Director, Dr. Keesha Blythe, was featured on WUSA 9 last night to ask for help for our garden. The center needs a fence to keep intruders out of the garden. DC Councilman Robert White has also reached out to the community to see if anyone can...

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Chuck E. Cheese Visits NCC

Mr. Charles Entertainment Cheese, also known as Chuck E. Cheese, stopped by the ELC to promote our Fundraiser Night, visit the classrooms and take pictures.

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ANCOR Rally

On June 6, ANCOR (American Network of Community Options and Resources) joined with dozens of other national organizations to host a rally on Capitol Hill in support of Medicaid. ANCOR led the rally planning, which started as a partner event to a fly-in Hill day. Providers descended on Senate office...

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There Is Something Special Here…

Iadh Torki (left) and Osama Amin Saad (right) were perfect strangers when they first entered into their fellowship at NCC in May. When they left, they were a welcomed addition to the NCC family. Osama and Iadh were brought to NCC through the Hands Along the Nile Development Services (HANDS)...

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Urban Garden Project

 (Pictured left to right): NCC’s Facilities Manager- Kenneth Murphy, NCC’s President & CEO-Patricia Browne, District of Columbia Councilmember (At-Large)- David Grosso, Grosso’s Chief of Staff- Tony Goodman, NCC’s Executive Director of Early Learning and Intervention- Dr. Keesha Blythe Our environment is a prevalent topic in today’s society and it takes...

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On Thursday, June 8th Join Us for Do More 24!

Do More 24 is a local movement that is leveraging the power of the crowd to support our region’s most effective nonprofits through focused, online giving. Do More 24 is an annual 24-hour fundraiser that is powered by United Way of the National Capital Area. National Children’s Center (NCC) has...

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NCC Welcomes Korean Delegation

Brazilian author, Paulo Coelho, said it best “Culture makes people understand each other better. And if they understand each other better in their soul, it is easier to overcome the economic and political barriers. But first they have to understand that their neighbor is, in the end, just like them,...

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