- July 30, 2020
Mayor Price highlights local resources available for parents and kids with Fort Worth’s Best Place for Kids!® program director, Cheraya Peña.Read More
Two local nonprofits – The Best Place For Kids!® and Read Fort Worth – are teaming up to help families with kids who are pre-K thru third grade by bringing school supplies and resources right to Fort Worth neighborhoods. This summer partnership aims to help kids meet their full academic potential by meeting students and […]Read More
In collaboration with SMU’s Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) and as Part II of a series of collecting and sharing key business leader insights, The Best Place for Working Parents® surveyed business leaders across Texas in May 2020 to gather insights about the future of the Texas workforce post-COVID. The key objectives of the […]Read More
The Best Place for Kids® extends a sincere “thank you” to The Fort Worth Association of Professional Landmen for contributing the funds raised at their annual golf tournament held at the Bear Creek Golf Club on June 26th, 2020. Their generous support aided our efforts to impact 4,000 local families and students at our community […]Read More
Fort Worth Business Press: Going back to work, but need childcare? There’s a website for thatRead More
As Texans Head Back to Work: Parents Can Locate Available Child Care Using FIND!, Free Child Care Search Tool Fort Worth, Texas, May 20, 2020 – As Texas begins to re-open businesses, all parents can now readily locate available licensed child care in Tarrant County for children ages 0-12 years of age using the free […]Read More
WFAA: Sanity Check: What To Do With The Kids?Read More
Spotlight on Innovative State and Local Solutions: Quick and Affordable Child Care Supply and Demand Matching Strategies for the Children of Essential Workers Today, and Working Families Tomorrow Select “Open In Browser” to listen.Read More
NBC DFW: ‘Read Fort Worth’ Launches Campaign to Support FWISD Remote LearningRead More
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