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Summer is almost here!

Summer is nearly here! We are so pleased to share our National Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® Summer 2023 Newsletter.

This issue is FULL of great information, P-CMG history, interviews, and of course, songs rhymes and oral stories.

Our newsletters are a great resource for new material. You’ll find National Council news and updates, projects we’re working on, and ways that you can help us.

We love hearing from you! Connect with [email protected] to share your stories, rhymes, pictures and news. Tell us about your program – sharing your stories brings joy, strengthens the network, and creates energy across Canada and across the world.

Happy singing, rhyming and storytelling!

New Year, New Membership!

Happy New Year to all our Parent-Child Mother Goose supporters! As we welcome the 2023 year with hope, positivity and passion, we look forward to the growth of our beloved Parent-Child Mother Goose Program across our nation. 

Thank YOU for being a part of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program. We hope you’ve been able to enjoy all the benefits of your National membership this past year, and you were able to spread joy and connection with families in your community through the power and the pleasure of using songs, rhymes and oral stories.

It’s time to renew your membership! Not a member yet? We would love to connect with you and tell you more.

Visit our membership page to learn more about the benefits of membership. Payment can be made through our CanadaHelps website, by cheque, or by E-transfer ([email protected]).  A copy of our membership form can be found here.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]. We thank you for your continued support!

National Council of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program – Annual Report for 2022

The National P-CMG Program Annual Report for 2022 is now available!

Our 2022 Annual Report includes reports from our Program and Training Committee, Fundraising Committee, Diversity Council, Communications Committee, Event Planning Committee, and a report from our Co-Chairs, Carol and Chantal. The 2022 P-CMG Annual Report looks at National progress and successes over the past year, and celebrates all of the facilitators, trainers and organizations who continue to run programs and support families throughout the country. As always, our Annual Report is a wonderful tool to learn about the tasks the National Council has been working on, and how we commit to support children, families, facilitators and communities across Canada to grow and thrive through the power and the pleasure of songs, rhymes and oral stories.

Past reports can be found by clicking here.