Program Update: Reporting Back to You After 1 Year of Partnership with DVPC

Partnership with Clark County Domestic Violence Prosecution Center Brings Mental Health Services to Abuse Survivors and Their Families In our Fall 2017 issue of The Chronicle, we told you about a new program at the Clark County Domestic Violence Prosecution Center made possible by the Waldon M. Groves Fund, a Charitable Fund of the Community […]

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3 Ways Your IRA Can Go Further as a Charitable Gift

You Can Reduce Taxable Income and Meet Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) with Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) They say there are only two things in life you can’t escape: death and taxes. But did you know there’s a way you can escape taxation of your IRA earnings? It’s a smart way to make the most impact […]

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Fall ’18 Newsletter: A habit of giving keeps up strong

The haze of a long, smoky summer is finally lifted. The kids are back in school and with that, many of us are feeling a return to routine. If summer is a time of exploration, fall and winter are a chance to settle in. It’s a good time to examine the habits we want to […]

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How to Host a Donation Drive (in 6 Easy Steps)

Have you considered hosting a donation drive, but perhaps you’re not sure where to start? We’re here to help you get started and make your drive a success! There are six steps to organizing a successful drive. We’ve outlined them below, illustrated with photos from a recent drive hosted by our friends and supporters at Wafertech! […]

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Spring ‘18 Newsletter: Everyone Can Do Something

The world collectively marveled as athletes participating in the recent winter Olympics in Pyeongchang tested the limits of human ability. Every day at Children’s Center we marvel at the power of human ability in other ways. We’re inspired by our dedicated therapists who give so much to their work; by our patients and their families […]

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How Can We Help an Anxious or Restless Child Focus on Therapy? Go Outside!

Maxine McClaskey Therapy Garden Proves Useful Tool for Treatment John Muir was on to something when he mused, “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread; places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” Recently, an 11-year-old client of ours had something in common with John Muir […]

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Fall Newsletter

Fall Newsletter Summary

Fall Newsletter: Bringing Hope to Our Community     If your news feed leaves you looking for hope that cooperation and compassion are alive and well, search no further than the Children’s Center community. The stories shared here on our website, and in our (newly redesigned) newsletter The Chronicle, are proof of what we achieve […]

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More Kids Gain Access to Mental Health Services Through Two New Programs

Children’s Center therapists placed at Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Washington and Clark Country Domestic Violence Prosecution Center. Major strides have been made toward our strategic priority of providing access to mental health services for at-risk children and youth throughout Clark County with the introduction of two new programs. Thank you to the Legacy […]

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Michael Burgoyne

3 Questions to Rethink “Estate Planning and Start Crafting Your Legacy”

Wealth management planner Michael Burgoyne advises clients to approach planned giving with purpose This is a guest article by Michael Burgoyne. Michael is the Founder and President of Laurus Wealth Management, a financial firm associated with LPL Financial, located in Vancouver, WA. He is passionate about trying to help clients create and manage wealth consistent with their values. […]

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