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Helping Kids Build Confidence and Self-Esteem. Through its programs, WHY Ranch builds confidence, encourages integrity and inspires creativity while it preserves an iconic part of American history, the horse.
United Way of Southern Nevada was awarded a $1,000,000 grant to provide children ages five years and younger an opportunity to attend high-quality preschool programs.
eople ask me all the time about raising kids in Las Vegas. Often it’s a person visiting Las Vegas sitting next to me on a flight home to our city of bright lights. I love to tell them, “We put our kids in dealer school as soon as they can count.”
Camp Mend-a-Heart is a cost-free, medically supervised camp for children ages 7-18 living in Nevada who are born with or have developed a heart condition. Camp Mend-a-Heart gives children a traditional summer camp experience with sports, arts & crafts, water games and many other recreational activities and programs.
A Las Vegas resident for more than 20 years, Kirvin has been a philanthropist focusing on her two passions: children and health issues.
Children’s eyes should be monitored by an eye doctor from birth. It is important to have annual, routine eye exams for your child as they develop and grow so that any problems can be corrected early and visual development can progress normally.
This ALL Volunteer group has impacted thousands of children by delivering Easter baskets to homeless, underprivileged and sick children throughout our neighborhoods, thanks to the generosity of a community that cares!
Hartnell’s titles include “Scary Spring,” about the 1955 polio epidemic; “Sinister Summer,” which adds lots of adventure to summer vacation; “Ferocious Fall,” which deals with bullying and unpredictable weather and “Wild Winter,” a story that educates kids about the value of giving back.
Spoil Your Lil’ Sweetie This Valentine’s Day With Fun Gifts From Prince Lionheart, Isabelle Grace Jewelry and Difrax
DISCOVERY Children’s Museum is opening their doors to over 200 children and their families served by The Salvation Army, The Shade Tree Shelter, Marion Earl Elementary School and St. Jude’s Ranch.