You are invited to help us celebrate cherished childhood memories, as we highlight the importance of family time in the health and development of young children. This annual fundraiser and donor recognition dinner is scheduled for Thursday, April 20th, from 5:00 to 8:30 pm at Halls of St. George in Schererville, Indiana.
We’ll have a great evening evoking warm memories of times spent with cherished loved ones past and present, as we have a family-style dinner, music, silent auction, and, as we reflect on our successes and honor those who make it possible to continue fulfilling our mission of helping area families. This is your chance to support ELP through this fun event!
There are immediate openings for families in your area for parent education assistance through ELP!
If you are pregnant or have children ages 0-5 and are interested in free, voluntary, early childhood education and parent support, please contact us immediately. (In partnership with Griffith Public Schools.)
Email us, or call: 219-228-2627.
Now, the wait is over. Anyone can step into Parents' Village: An online community for early childhood parent education and support. Here caregivers can find the latest knowledge and strategies for all their baby's needs! And it's also a platform for connecting with professional Parent Consultants —as well as other families —through webinars, discussion rooms, news feeds, forums & scheduled virtual video consultations, with a yearly membership. And now, for a limited time as we kick-off the online community, the next 50 members to sign-up get an Introductory Price of $29.99! Sign-up now!
Corporate Sponsorship packages are also available for employers who are family-centered and recognize the return on investment in early childhood education and maternity/paternity support. LEARN MORE about our exciting new program! Call Maria at (219) 228-2493.
Early Learning Partnership of NWI is dedicated to primary prevention through parent education and support from pregnancy through kindergarten. And we need your help to address growing needs in our communities.
Originally established in 1999 under the Parents as Teachers name, and founded on the Parents as Teachers model, our organization has served more than 750 families in Lake County and provides over 5,000 home visits each year.