We are committed to giving children and families the resources they need to thrive. Since 1945, our organization has served the Alexandria community with comprehensive programs that equip young children with crucial skills, place school-age children on a path to becoming productive adults, and support and empower families.
Over 2,000 children and families use our services, participating in four types of programs:
- Early Childhood: Early Head Start, Alexandria Head Start and Early Learning Center offer high-quality early childhood education and support to children from newborn to five years old.
- Elementary Level: Campagna Kids and Wright to Read offer affordable, enriching activities and learning opportunities like literacy tutoring, homework help, spring and summer break camps, and before and after school care.
- Middle and High School: Building Better Futures provides at-risk students with the support and services they need to succeed in school and beyond.
- Adults: New Neighbors is an English Language Learner (ELL) program that offers English classes and services to help immigrants become self-sufficient.