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Summit County Children Services is pleased to offer the following training:
Summit County Children Services thanks the many donors and volunteers who made the holidays special for hundreds of children and families served by our agency through our holiday programs. We appreciate your kindness and generosity. Thank you for this exceptional demonstration of support for the children and families we serve.
The Summit County Children Services 'Clothing Center' – which provides new and gently worn clothing of all types throughout the year for needy client families served by the agency – is asking area residents for donations of mittens as well as new and gently used winter coats for school-age children (roughly size 6-16 for both boys and girls).
Regular hours of The Clothing Center are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Those interested in making a donation after hours or on weekends can make use of the convenient large blue donation bin recently installed just outside The Clothing Center building on the Summit County Children Services campus. Simply come to the agency, located at the intersection of South Arlington Street and Martin Avenue, and follow the access road to the security entrance.
For more information please call the Clothing Center at (330) 379-1822.
Once again this year, the agency's latest Annual Report - entitled 'Finding Forever Families' - is being distributed electronically. Please click here to view the report. Printed copies are also available upon request . . . just contact Chris Vasco at (330) 379-2070 / email@example.com.
Summit County Children Services is proud to share the stories of some of its foster and adoptive families. These are real stories about real families from this community and their commitment to 'building families and building futures' through foster care and adoption.
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Monday, February 22 from 6-8 p.m. at Firestone Park Branch Library, 1486 Aster Ave., Akron
At this meeting, agency staff will explain the process, support provided by the agency, and costs involved (specific to adoption) as well as share general information about the types of children who come into care. Advance registration IS NOT required. The meeting is FREE to the entire community. Questions - (330) 379-2055.