2015 news

March 11, 2015

New Sibshops Dates Announced - begins March 30th

Sibshops is a pedal-to-the-medal, fun program where children ages 8 to 12 can enjoy six Monday evenings of games, activities and the chance to talk about the joys, fears and frustrations of having a sibling with a disability.


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June 05, 2015

Family Dinner Tickets on sale! Early Bird Prize

Join us at our Family Dinner on Sunday, September 20 -- great food and entertainment for all ages. This fundraiser for Connections celebrates our 25th anniversary. Tickets purchased before June 30 are eligible for a prize: 4 tkts to sold out SLIDE IN THE CITY. Click here for tickets.

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June 23, 2015

Connections reports on its successful 2014

Connections had a remarkable year in 2014. 109 families were supported to parent successfully. At 25 years young in 2015, we're ready to help more children grow up in safe and nurturing homes, in the arms of the parents who love them.

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July 08, 2015

25th Anniversary present delivered by grateful aunt

Connections' founder, Lauren Raymore, was speechless today when a grateful aunt, Del Proctor, delivered 10 Baby Brezza Formula Pro makers for Connections to give to new moms we support. This 25th Anniversary and thank-you gift addresses a crucial need for the families we support.

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August 10, 2015

Connections responds to new Child and Family Services policy

Connections is enthused about a new position paper, "Foundations of Caregiver Support," that outlines a recognition and response to the many caregivers who may be in a child's life and responsible for keeping them safe and well nurtured. We congratulate Regional Director, Jon Reeves, and Resource Manager, Lisa Halcrow for their lead in their consultative approach and thoughtful consideration.

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November 27, 2015

Christmas bustle - Connections is busy, thankful and hopeful this season

Connections is enjoying the buzz of Christmas -- our families are busy and happy, and we're grateful for the generous support that ensures our families get the support they need to help them through the difficult times.

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