Even though it’s not officially Fall yet, we’re already feeling the holiday spirit here at the Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children. Each year, we host our annual Texas Ho Ho Ho Down at Texas Roadhouse in Greenville. It’s an opportunity for families to come out, play games, do holiday crafts, and have their pictures taken with […]

Each day, 42 families in the United States will receive the devastating news that their child or teen has cancer. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and there are tons of ways that you can show your support for children and families experiencing some of the worst days of their lives. How You Can Help […]

On rainy days like today, it’s easy to want to sit your toddler in front of the television for a day of movies and shows. However, what if there was a fun, easy, and inexpensive game to entertain your child while helping them learn important concepts? These rainy day activities for your toddler, originally from Busy Toddler, are […]

“And so the adventure begins.”   Today, the Partnership said “See you later!” to our two Summer interns, Hannah and Kristin. Graduates of the Public Health program at East Carolina University with concentrations in Community Health, these two ladies have done an incredible job during their time with the Partnership. Kristin, a native of Charlotte, […]

Learn more about your baby by watching for developmental milestones. Smiling, cooing, and babbling are just a few. Your baby will show you many more milestones in how she plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves! Look for your child’s milestones regularly and share his progress with the doctor at every well-child visit. Visit the link […]

[This editorial can be found here] North Carolina lags behind most states in child welfare. We can and must do better. The annual Kids Count Data book uses 16 indicators to rank states in four categories: family and community, health, education and economic well-being. North Carolina is in the top half (22nd) in education, but […]