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Please Donate To Support National Parent-Child Mother Goose 

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The Parent-Child Mother Goose program got its start thanks to the vision, passion and dedication of a few committed individuals who realized that fostering an early delight in language could enhance child development and build strong, healthy families. Today, it is delivered in hundreds of communities, big and small, from Newfoundland to British Columbia.  And it still relies on a small group of passionate people to make it all happen.

Run almost entirely by volunteers, the National Parent-Child Mother Goose Program is a small organization with a big impact.  We keep teachers and programs connected, oversee training and program development, certify new teachers, and develop resources for teachers and parents.  But we can’t continue without your support!  We urgently need your donation today.

The national organization is an essential component of strong, healthy Mother Goose programs in communities all across Canada — and we’re asking for your donation to keep us in operation. Please support us today, and keep Parent-Child Mother Goose a truly national program.  Children and families all across Canada will be grateful you did.

Contribute today to keep National Parent-Child Mother Goose alive.

You can donate online through our CanadaHelps campaign page, or send your cheque to National Parent-Child Mother Goose Program, Attn: Catherine Taylor, 720 Bathurst Street, Suite 500A,Toronto, ON M5S 2R4. 

The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is a group experience for parents and their babies and young children.  The program introduces adults and children to the pleasure and power of using rhymes, songs, and stories together.

Parents gain skills and confidence which can enable them to create positive family patterns during their children’s crucial early years.  Children benefit from enjoyable, healthy early experiences with language and communication.



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