"Invite kids (and their families) to come dressed in their pajamas, and enjoy a bunch of pumpkin-related activities."
First Presbyterian Church in Vero Beach promotes better self-esteem in needy children.
First Presbyterian Church connects gospel-minded entrepreneurs to the social and financial areas of the church.
Members at Oakdale Baptist Church ask school officials about the needs they have and find ways to meet them.
Follow the plan of several Chicago-area churches, who served more than 200 families and nearly 550 children.
Let parents and kids alike know you’re there to support them—not only as that first day approaches, but all year long.
"It’s exhausting. It’s messy. It requires significant preparation and oversight, but is it worth the investment? Absolutely."
Centreville UMC in Virginia helps build self-esteem and spiritual development in kids through sports teams.
Host a half-hour story time for children one morning a week during the summer.
Conyers Presbyterian Church finds a way to connect with parents in the surrounding community.