Save the Date!
Friends of Salem Family Resources Annual Breakfast Fundraiser
Thursday May 4, 2017
8:30 to 9:30 AM
Brookstone Event Center, Rt. 111 Derry, NH
2017 Children's Champions
Dr. Gerald P. Spindel
Stand Up Salem
Presented by our 2016 Children's Champions,
Chris Dillon and The Exchange Club of Salem, NH
2017 SFR NH Children's Trust Unsung Heroes
Butch & Trish Paris
Student Volunteer - Hana Watanabe
Emcee: Patricia Corbett
Breakfast is complimentary, but seating is limited.
Please reserve online at: FriendsFundraiser
or RSVP to Cindy Jury at
email@example.com or 898-5493 by April 27, 2017
Please help us reach our 2016 event fundraising goal of $15,000.
All proceeds benefit young children and families in our programs.
Salem Family Resources' Guest Reader Program!
This exciting program connects key community leaders in Greater Salem with our program by inviting them in for morning reading time with preschoolers at The Learning Cooperative. Guest readers include:
Officer Matt Norcross, Salem Police, Officer Norcross read an original book by Enrichment Music Teacher, Joan Virga, and talked about safety.
Bill Ermer, Palmer Gas & Oil, Bill brought two great books; one by local author-Chris Van Dusen; beautiful illustrations and stories with life messages- and rhyming!
Jamie Santo, Santo Insurance, "What a great morning volunteering at a preschool. An hour of time reading books and got a dozen smiles from the kids. Had a blast and such a super group kids. Learn more about Success By 6 and Salem Family Resources. Cindy Jury and her team do such an amazing job making a positive difference in the lives of our youth. Vision of Success By 6. "Every child a successful child".
Carolyn Birr, Children's librarian, youth services, Kimball Library, Atkinson, NH
Stacey Bruzzese, Santo Insurance, ". “Each child was completely engaged in the narrative, eager to participate in the repetitive storylines and willing to predict the outcome of each tale,” noted Bruzzese. “I credit Salem Family Resources for the amazing readiness that each child displayed for not only reading, but active engagement in the activity. I was pleased that my story selections, those that had been favorites of my own children, were overwhelmingly accepted and enjoyed,” Bruzzese concluded.
Michael Delahanty, Superintendent, Salem School District
John DeBaun, Sr. VP at Pentucket Bank, said "the passion of Salem Family Resources for the welfare and growth of young children is clearly evident. It is a passion which certainly understands and seeks to overcome obstacles, which are always present and ever changing."
We look forward in the months ahead to visits from more community leaders like John to learn more about our programs, the families we serve, and the importance of early learning to a lifetime of positive outcomes for children!