Take a Flower to Childcare Day

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Since 2008, KIDS COUNT has organized an annual, statewide celebration forex afiliado of the work of childcare providers called Take a Flower to Childcare Day.  This year's celebration will take place Friday, May 10, 2013.  

Taking part in Take a Flower to Childcare Day is so easy.  On Friday, May 10, 2013, join the thousands of other parents, young children and community leaders who rely on great childcare and present a flower – any kind of flower will do -- to your favorite childcare providers

If you would like to plan an event in your own community KIDS COUNT provides a free Take A Flower to Childcare Day celebration toolkit (see the list of tools and links to download them below). Your do-it-yourself celebration toolkit includes a downloadable logo, poster, press release, and an extensive list of creative flower ideas.  It’s everything you’ll need – except the flowers – to make your local event a success. 

Take a Flower to Childcare Day Toolkit...Five Easy Steps to Success!

KIDS COUNT has created programa de afiliados fintech an easy-to-use, on-line toolkit to help make your local celebration of Take a Flower to Childcare Day a big success.
1. DIstribute posters in your community.
Click here to download the Take A Flower to Childcare Day poster in a printable PDF format. 
2. Encourage creative flower choices by sharing great ideas.
Click here for a list of flower ideas from previous celebrations.  
3. Send press releases to your local media.  
Click here for a customizable press release about your organization's plans for Take a Flower to Childcare Day.
4. Create an event designed for media coverage. 
Click here for a step-by-step guide to creating a successful Take a Flower to Childcare Day media event in your community. 
5. Share information about Take a Flower to Childcare Day on your website or your social networking sites.
Click here to download the Take a Flower to Childcare Day logo.

Click here to see the adorable photo gallery from our past media events in Charleston, Beckley, Elkins, Huntington, Morgantown and Parkersburg.