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Chatham Kids Matter.

As we recover from the pandemic, we need to focus on Chatham's children and their parents and caregivers to make sure the Chatham we are rebuilding together is one where children and families thrive.

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Calling ALL Chatham Residents!
We want to hear from you!

ECAP Community Conversation -- COLLECTIV

EXPLORE the findings of the Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment

WATCH our Chatham Kids Matter film

SHARE your thoughts and opinions!

Dates & Locations: 

  • Wednesday, August 23rd from 6 - 7:30 PM at the Chatham Agriculture & Conference Center (Pittsboro)

  • Tuesday, September 5th from 6 - 7:30 PM at Siler City Elementary School

  • Wednesday, September 6th from 6 - 7:30 PM at J.S. Waters Elementary School (Goldston)

  • Wednseday, September 27th from 7:30 - 8PM on ZOOM

We encourage you to invite your family, friends, and neighbors. You do not have to have young children to care about young children in our community!

 

FREE childcare will be available and light refreshments will be served at in-person events. All participants will be entered into a drawing to win a $250 visa gift card! 

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Chatham Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment

Alongside our Community Partners, Chatham County Partnership for Children launched an Early Childhood Community Needs Assessment that will shape an Early Childhood Action Plan for Chatham grounded in the perspectives of real members of our community.


Thank you to everyone who contributed to the Community Assessment!
We could not have done this without you, our community! We heard YOUR voices, and now have a better understanding of the challenges, needs, aspirations, and priorities so that we can make plans that serves YOU.

Stay tuned for a final report of the Community Assessment!

Early Childhood Action Plan

Chatham County Partnership for Children will be basing our Chatham Early Childhood Action Plan, or ECAP, on the results of our Community Needs Assessment.  The ECAP will be grounded in the real needs of Chatham children and their parents and caregivers.  Please click below to learn more about the Chatham County's Early Childhood Action Plan framework!

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