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LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (March 30, 2018) – Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), an evidence-based program that works with families in the home to support parents in their critical role as their child’s first and most important teacher, applauded Congre...
July 22 through 27 in Little Rock, AR
Marriott Downtown Little Rock
(Registration has closed. Please call 501.537.7726 or email email@example.com for more information.)
Designed for HIPPY staff to gain more knowledge about the HIPPY model, curriculum and the essence of HIPPY, this is a required training for new coordinators, assistant coordinators and supervisors looking to fulfill Accreditation Standard 7.
HIPPY USA depends on support from individuals, foundations and corporations in serving children and families across the country. Contributions support a variety of projects, including:
Providing in-kind support or pro-bono services – items and services that would otherwise have to be purchased – is an important way of supporting the work of the national HIPPY office and the local programs. Examples include donations of computers, office furniture or supplies for events, meeting space or catering services. Pro-bono services may include legal, management consultant or training services.
If you or your organization would like to support HIPPY USA or the local programs, please contact Teri Todd, Director of Operations, at 501-537-7728.
Volunteers have assisted the HIPPY USA national office with specific events, major mailings or materials preparation. Additionally, unpaid internship positions are available for specific HIPPY USA staff. If you are interested in connecting with HIPPY USA in a volunteer capacity, we invite you to contact us.
At the local level, programs need help with services such as programming and child care for group meetings, staffing and fundraising for events and field trips, paperwork and filing, preparation of educational materials, securing speakers for staff training and group meetings and more. If you would like to volunteer, HIPPY USA can connect you to a local HIPPY program. Please contact Alyssa Rogers, Program and Projects Specialist, at 501-537-7732 for further information.
The state HIPPY offices may also need assistance with paperwork, securing trainers and speakers and with staffing events. The states also need volunteers to serve on their State Advisory Groups and to help advocate on behalf of HIPPY in the legislature and local communities. If you would like to volunteer with a state HIPPY office, please contact that office directly.