Children First Pediatrics

Putting your child’s health first


doctors@childrenfirstpediatrics.com
Rockville Office: 301.990.1664 | Silver Spring
Office: 301.681.6000
Fax: 301.990.0471

Ben’s Run
www.bensrun.org

We were proud sponsors and participants year after year for a great cause!  This event has raised a lot of funds for Cancer Research over the last several years.  As with any charitable organization, it relies on volunteers, donations and participants to make it successful. They would love you to help in anyway you can!

 

 

Comfort Cases
www.comfortcases.com

A great opportunity to volunteer and support children who are in the foster system to make them feel loved, valued and comfort.  This organization is local and has helped thousands of children both in Maryland and now nationwide.   Please consider helping by donating your time or items to this organization and help foster children feel the love.  We are proud that our staff donates to this great cause!  

 

Stepping Stones Shelter
www.steppingstonesshelter.org

 They provide support to homeless families with children in order to move them from crisis to a stable home environment by providing temporary shelter and services in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.  There are so many ways you can help from donating items, donating your time at the shelter and even adopting families during the holiday time.  Visit their website for a list of urgently needed items.


 

Circle of Hope Therapeutic Riding
www.chtr.org

Circle of Hope Therapeutic Riding is a non-profit organization that provides an equine-facilitated approach to adults and children with developmental, physical and psychological disabilities.  This program incorporates cognitive, developmental, and physical goals to increase self-confidence, self-esteem, social awareness and physical independence. 

Visit their Facebook page for more details!


 

 

 

 

Frederick County Hospice-CAMP JAMIE
www.hospiceoffrederick.org/grief-support/camp-jamie

Hospice is now accepting applications for Big Buddies (counselors) and for children who might benefit from attending this camp.  If you are unfamiliar with Camp Jamie, it is a special weekend experience for grieving children 6 – 14 years old.  It is designed to help children to talk about their feelings related to a death of someone special.  It also teaches them coping skills for dealing with their feelings.  It is a wonderful camp and has helped so many children.  It is the weekend of May 14th – 15th and it relies on volunteers to make this camp successful.   If you are interested, please go on the website above to help!

 

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