Tag: Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

| December 3, 2017
Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive.

Why gift cards? Last year, a young 16 year old girl faced the passing of her mother after endearing a difficult illness. Her school had received gift cards from the 2016 CCC&Y drive, and she was offered assistance. She was so excited to have money to purchase clothing and food for her and her cousins from Walmart. She cried and told school staff that no one had ever asked her what she needed in her entire 16 years on this earth.

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Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

| November 25, 2017
Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive.

Why gift cards? Last year, a young 16 year old girl faced the passing of her mother after endearing a difficult illness. Her school had received gift cards from the 2016 CCC&Y drive, and she was offered assistance. She was so excited to have money to purchase clothing and food for her and her cousins from Walmart. She cried and told school staff that no one had ever asked her what she needed in her entire 16 years on this earth.

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Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

| November 22, 2017
Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth is collecting gift cards for our annual Homeless and Runaway Youth Drive.

Why gift cards? Last year, a young 16 year old girl faced the passing of her mother after endearing a difficult illness. Her school had received gift cards from the 2016 CCC&Y drive, and she was offered assistance. She was so excited to have money to purchase clothing and food for her and her cousins from Walmart. She cried and told school staff that no one had ever asked her what she needed in her entire 16 years on this earth.

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CCC&Y calendar highlights upcoming Community Events for Families

| September 27, 2017
CCC&Y calendar highlights upcoming Community Events for Families

By the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth CCC&Y has launched a Community Events for Families calendar with details on upcoming family events throughout Coconino County. Events include upcoming Halloween activities, public library and other activities. Please click on the image to download a PDF of the calendar. Are we missing something? Please send information for inclusion in the […]

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CCC&Y to present annual board and member meeting May 15 at the Flagstaff Aquaplex

| May 12, 2017
CCC&Y to present annual board and member meeting May 15 at the Flagstaff Aquaplex

Honorable Judge McCullough to speak about Coconino Juvenile Court

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth Annual Board and Member meeting will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 15 at the Flagstaff Aquaplex, 1702 N. Fourth St., Flagstaff.

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Canceled: CCC&Y Board meeting for April 17 due to Board of Directors Retreat. Next meeting scheduled for May 15

| April 3, 2017
Canceled: CCC&Y Board meeting for April 17 due to Board of Directors Retreat. Next meeting scheduled for May 15

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth’s April 17th board meeting will be canceled due to a Board of Directors Retreat.

CCC&Y will hold its next monthly board meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, May 15 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff.

ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.

Send an email to info@coconinokids.org or call 928-679-7318 for more information.

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Foster Community, Kindness in the New Year

| January 16, 2017
Foster Community, Kindness in the New Year

As 2016 came to a close, and 2017 rose fresh, there was considerable commentary about the difficulties of our prior year. However, we also noticed a trend towards individuals who desired to channel their energy into avenues that would assist others. We observed that people want to be connected and contributing.

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CCC&Y to hold next monthly Board Meeting at noon Monday, Sept. 19

| September 16, 2016
CCC&Y to hold next monthly Board Meeting at noon Monday, Sept. 19

CCC&Y will hold its monthly board meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19 at the County Health and Community Services Building, 2625 N. King St., Ponderosa Room, Flagstaff.

ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.

Send an email to info@coconinokids.org or call 928-679-7318 for more information.

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CCC&Y names new executive director

| September 12, 2016
CCC&Y names new executive director

On behalf of the Board of Directors, please welcome Virginia Watahomigie as the new Executive Director of the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth.

Virginia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology (minor in Family Studies) from Northern Arizona University and is completing work on a Master’s degree in Administration from the university.

She was with Arizona’s Children Association for 12 years, most recently she served as a program director in Southern Arizona, responsible for the agency’s Foster Care, Therapeutic Foster Care and ICPC (interstate compact) programs for five counties. The agency is the oldest and largest Child Welfare/Behavior Health organization in the state of Arizona, with services in every county.

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Candidates state their position as a potential advocate representing the children, youth, and families of Flagstaff

| August 3, 2016
Candidates state their position as a potential advocate representing the children, youth, and families of Flagstaff

CCC&Y’s Action and Outreach Committee has developed the following questionnaire for ALL Candidates in our region this election season. Our intent is to inform voters, providing them with perspective on candidate views, their role as an elected official, and their position as a potential advocate representing the children, youth, and families of Flagstaff.

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