Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children brings together all the people involved families, teachers, doctors, childcare professionals, caregivers, social workers, and community partners – to ensure children have all they need for healthy growth and development.

November 30, 2015

The Martin/Pitt Partnership for Children’s Board of Directors will meet at 9:30am at 111 Eastbrook Drive in Greenville, NC. The board meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 252.758.8885.

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December 12, 2015

Please join us for a Santa Event at Texas Roadhouse on December 12th! Please see flyer below for more details and link to register.

Texas Roadhouse Final InviteClick here to purchase!





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March 19, 2016

KidsFest draws 2,000-3,000 participants. Each exhibit is designed to provide enriching experiences that promote the development of infants, toddlers and preschoolers. We will offer live-animal exhibits, an interactive literacy exhibit, a puppet show, various sensory exhibits, an infant play area, and physical activity areas for toddlers and preschoolers. All of this, and much more, for an entry fee of $1 per person!

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April 2, 2016

We will once again host KidsFest at The Bob Martin Agricultural Center! KidsFest is a free event that champions wellness, recreation, community, health and fun among young children and families while connecting them to a variety of programs and services in our area. This event typically draws 1000 participants.

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Recent Posts



All about our upcoming Santa Event on Get Out in Greenville

Recently, our Community Outreach Director, Christie Martin, was interviewed on GPAT23's show Get Out in Greenville with Tamyra Jovel.  Check out the video here:  Get Out in Greenville on YouTube Thanks so much for having us on your show to promo



A Time for Science Expo–11/21/15

Had a wonderful time meeting and talking to families at the A Time for Science Expo this past Saturday, held at 5 Points Plaza in Uptown Greenville.  Had our sensory bins out for the toddlers and they were a huge success!  Thank you Greenville and



New Bipartisan Poll Finds Investing In Early Childhood Education Is Top National Priority

Voters agree that Quality Early Childhood Education is important! F_FFYF_ResearchOnePager_2015_100915 See also the article from the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation:



Williamston Raising A Reader Event on 10/15

Our Early Literacy Coordinator, Angela Sawyer, held a Story Time at Martin Memorial Library last Thursday evening.  Thanks again to Carolene Battle for taking photos!