Grandpa Steve’s Kids Supports Arizona Child & Family Resources

Grandpa Steve’s Kids focuses on helping parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers build a positive self-esteem in young children.  This goal closely aligns with the mission of Arizona Child & Family Resources to build strong communities where children can reach their full potential.

Beginning September 30, 2017, Child & Family Resources will launch their Autumn, holiday, and end-of-year giving campaigns. Grandpa Steve’s Kids has established a program to share proceeds from downloaded music with Child & Family Resources. This provides a unique opportunity for everybody to obtain original music, share the positive messages with a child, family, or friends, and, at the same time, support a local organization whose programs provide services to over 39,000 families in Arizona.

Everyone can join in this effort by going to https://grandpasteveskids.com, clicking on music, selecting the album or music tracks, and entering the Coupon-Supporter Code, CFR001  at check-out. At the end of the giving campaign, 31% of all CFR001  orders will go to Child & Family Resources from Grandpa Steve’s Kids.

Child & Family Resources (www.childfamilyresources.org) is an amazing organization that helps build resilient children and families in Arizona.  Child & Family Resources provides programming to families, teens, and childcare providers. Across Arizona, Child & Family Resources works in homes and communities to support parents becoming the best parents they can be. Their Pima County teen programs provide medically accurate sexual health information, providing teens with all the information they need to make informed, healthy choices. Childcare providers participate in quality first programming and continuing education through Child & Family Resources childcare provider professional development programs. Their programming makes a difference to Arizona. Investment in quality early childhood care saves money by increasing the likelihood that children will be literate, employed, enrolled in post-secondary education, and less likely to be school dropouts, dependent on welfare or arrested for criminal activity.