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Family & Children’s Council is a local non-profit agency focused on preventing child abuse and strengthening families.  This agency survives on donations, grants and gifts to reach 6,600 children annually and 100 more families each year.

Please consider making your tax-deductible contribution to continue worthwhile programming in the Cedar Valley.   Click here to make a donation now!

If you are interested in giving in other ways please consider calling the office to discuss the current financial needs or gifts of in-kind donations listed on our wish list.

We thank you for your support!  For more information please call our Executive Director, Shelly Smith, at 234-7600.

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Upcoming Events
  • PASS (Parents Achieving Success with Support) April 23, 2014 at 3:45 PM – 6:00 PM YWCA, Lafayette Street, Waterloo, IA, United States A parent education and support group for individuals ages 20 to 26. Meet other young parents in similar situations, learn more about educ ational and employment opportunities for adults, and develop strategies fo r self-sufficiency and positive parenting. Earn participation "points" to p urchase items in the incentive store and Stork's Nest. No preregistration r…
  • Empowering Dad's April 30, 2014 at 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Family & Children's Council, Waterloo, IA, United States Empowering Dads is a weekly parenting education group designed for fathers. David Goodson facilities this weekly conversation covering t opics of active parenting, child support, visitation, cooperative parent ing and learning different parenting styles. Contact David at 319-234-760 0 ext. 11 to learn more.
  • Empowering Dad's May 7, 2014 at 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Family & Children's Council, Waterloo, IA, United States Empowering Dads is a weekly parenting education group designed for fathers. David Goodson facilities this weekly conversation covering t opics of active parenting, child support, visitation, cooperative parent ing and learning different parenting styles. Contact David at 319-234-760 0 ext. 11 to learn more.
  • Empowering Dad's May 14, 2014 at 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Family & Children's Council, Waterloo, IA, United States Empowering Dads is a weekly parenting education group designed for fathers. David Goodson facilities this weekly conversation covering t opics of active parenting, child support, visitation, cooperative parent ing and learning different parenting styles. Contact David at 319-234-760 0 ext. 11 to learn more.
  • PASS (Parents Achieving Success with Support) May 14, 2014 at 3:45 PM – 6:00 PM YWCA, Lafayette Street, Waterloo, IA, United States A parent education and support group for individuals ages 20 to 26. Meet other young parents in similar situations, learn more about educ ational and employment opportunities for adults, and develop strategies fo r self-sufficiency and positive parenting. Earn participation "points" to p urchase items in the incentive store and Stork's Nest. No preregistration r…
  • PASS (Parents Achieving Success with Support) May 28, 2014 at 8:45 PM – 12:00 AM YWCA, Lafayette Street, Waterloo, IA, United States A parent education and support group for individuals ages 20 to 26. Meet other young parents in similar situations, learn more about educ ational and employment opportunities for adults, and develop strategies fo r self-sufficiency and positive parenting. Earn participation "points" to p urchase items in the incentive store and Stork's Nest. No preregistration r…
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