Your Place, Our Kids
In a special series, KOBI-TV and Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) take a closer look at what it takes to ensure the healthy development of young children. ‘Your Place, Our Kids,’ offers practical advice to parents on important topics such as prenatal care, nurturing relationships and high-quality preschool.
The OCF believes in our collective ability to build a brighter tomorrow where all Oregonians can create and sustain meaningful lives. Where communities work together to address our greatest challenges. OCF connects the power of philanthropy with the individuals and organizations who are leading the way to create a vibrant future for the state.
For more information, visit https://www.oregoncf.org/kids
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