WCNY’s ‘Won’t You Help a Neighbor?’ campaign spotlights Child Care Solutions’ Trivia Night
October 16, 2012
WCNY’s “Won’t You Help a Neighbor?” campaign to support Central New York non-profits and charities this month will focus attention on Child Care Solutions, a child care and resource referral agency that provides services in Onondaga and Cayuga counties.
Child Care Solutions is hosting a Trivia Night at the Fair from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the Empire Room at the Fairgrounds. Tickets are $50 and can be purchased by calling Patrice Robinson at (315) 446-1220, ext. 354 or online at www.childcaresolutionscny.org.
Proceeds from the event benefit Child Care Solutions’ training program for Central New York child care providers. Fundraisers like this allow Child Care Solutions to provide high-quality, low-cost training in health and safety, nutrition, physical development, behavior, literacy, school readiness, business management and more.
“We do this work because our community’s children need and deserve to be cared for by educated, caring and trained adults,” said Patrice Robinson, Child Care Solutions marketing and development director. “Trained and educated child care providers are truly part of the backbone of our local economy and a vital resource for employers, parents and most importantly the children of Central New York. We all have a stake in the quality of child care in our community.”
WCNY launched its “Won’t You Help a Neighbor?” campaign in September as a way to use its television, radio, web, print and social media technologies to help make Central New Yorkers aware of important local causes. The campaign started by drawing attention to the Humane Association of Central New York’s annual Drop-A-Thon.
To learn more about the “Won’t You Help a Neighbor?” campaign or to notify WCNY about an important local cause, please contact Haley Dubnoff, editor and public relations manager, atHaley_Dubnoff@wcny.org or (315) 453-2424, ext. 245.◄ Back to News