Guilford Childcare Development

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The Carolina Peacemaker
December 26, 2019

WFMY-News 2

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford Child Development will be dedicating the Metropolitan Child Development Center on a historic African American site on Tuesday. It’s all part of the nonprofit organization’s mission to offer quality comprehensive programs for young children and families in Guilford County. 

GCD provides services to over 6,000 children and families a year through its six programs, including Head Start/Early Head Start, Regional Child Care Resources & Referral, Catering for Kids, Nurse-Family Partnership, Learning Together Family Literacy Program, and the Family Success Center. 

The Carolina Peacemaker
December 26, 2019

After nearly a year as a member at United Way of Greater Greensboro’s Family Success Center at Guilford Child Development, Cristina Plata has excelled at public speaking, takes yoga and Zumba classes regularly, and has completed courses towards obtaining a GED.

Fox 8

Sep 20, 2019

Cornisha Hardison is excited to welcome her daughter into the world, but the first-time mom is also nervous about what to expect.

Swarm, PNC Bank Team UKp For Second Season In Support of Guilford Child Development

Justin Trujillo
gleaguenba.com
Nov 6, 2019

The Greensboro Swarm, the NBA G League affiliate of the Charlotte Hornets, today announced a continued relationship with PNC Bank for another season-long campaign to benefit Guilford Child Development (GCD). Like last season, PNC will make a contribution to the local nonprofit for each three-pointer made by a Swarm player at home during the upcoming 2019-20 season.

Greensboro News & Record
May 7, 2019

Cookie Monster visits two Guilford County libraries today to celebrate a local collaboration that uses “Sesame Street” characters to help parents and professionals discuss complicated issues with young children.

GREENSBORO  Guilford Child Development, one of the county’s largest nonprofits, has named a new chief executive officer.

Maria Layne-Stevens will take over the job on Nov. 1 from Robin Britt, who is retiring after 21 years at the helm of the organization.

News & Record

Feb 18, 2019

GREENSBORO — The nonprofit agency Child Care Services Association has named Greensboro’s Robin Britt the recipient of its 2019 James and Carolyn Hunt Early Childhood Award.

WGHP Fox 8
Jan 30, 2019

HIGH POINT, N.C. — When you’re a parent, it’s not always easy putting yourself first.

Parents who want to go back to school can sometimes feel as though it’s impossible to be a student and a mom or a dad, but Guilford Child Development is demonstrating otherwise.

Dec 24, 2018

“A series of free events titled “Family Village” designed to help Guilford County families connect with resources that might help them, will begin in January.

The series’ sessions, to be held at the libraries in Greensboro and High Point, are the result of a team effort by UNC-Greensboro’s Healthy Relationships Initiative, the Guilford County Partnership for Children, Greensboro Public Library, High Point Public Library and Guilford Child Development.”

WFMY News 2
Dec 18, 2018

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Academy Sports and Outdoors teamed up with Greensboro Police and the United Way of Greater Greensboro to donate 60 new bicycles and helmets to kids.

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