Today was the Annual Breakfast Fundraiser for Salem Family Resources — Success By 6. The more I see of this organization, the more impressed I am!

Salem Family Resources has a vision: “Every Child a Successful Child.” SFR’s goals are to build awareness and understanding of the needs of young children and their families, to improve access to services and information, and to present a united voice for children. They do this by providing “support and programs in the Greater Salem area to help families, caregivers and early childhood educators meet the physical, social, emotional and educational needs of young children.”

Their programs include: The Learning Cooperative Preschool, Parenting & Play Groups, Workshops for Parents and Early Childhood Educators, and Babysitter Training, as well as resource and referral programs and community collaborations.

At today’s breakfast, Salem Family Resources honored several individuals and one organization for their work in helping this organization and the kids of the community.

Congratulations to those who were honored today:

NH Children’s Trust — Unsung Heroes: Butch & Trish Paris

Student Volunteer – Hana Watanabe

Children’s Champion Awards:
Individual: Dr. Gerald Spindel
          Organization: Stand Up Salem

And, of course, thank you to the Staff and Board who keep this great group going.
Learn more about Salem Family Resources at www.salemfamilyresources.org

Stand Up Salem is a “Community Coalition for a Drug-Free Salem”. They work on prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.
https://www.facebook.com/Stand-Up-Salem-162821647428081/

Dr. Spindel does vision screening at local schools, and makes sure that every child who needs eye care receives it. http://www.spindeleye.com