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Accent on Kids is Here

The fall 2015 issue of our print publication, Accent on Kids is here. Featured articles include: Kinship Conference to Help Caregivers, Former FCCS Youth Lobby on Capitol Hill and Community Partner Helps Human Trafficking Victims.

Accent on Kids is Here
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
Children's Day at COSI
September is Kinship Care Month
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction

I Dream a Dream is an art show and silent auction featuring works created by youth who are involved with the agency's Therapeutic Arts Program and Adoptions Program. All art is available for public bidding. Join us at 855 W. Mound St. Sept 21-Oct 2 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Saturday.

Accent on Kids is Here
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
Children's Day at COSI
September is Kinship Care Month
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
Children's Day at COSI

Join us for Children's Day at COSI on Sept. 25 from 5-9 p.m. Children and families involved with FCCS will receive free admission, while a reduced rate for general admission is available to the public. Enjoy local musicians, take part in prize drawings and shake hands with local mascots, including Brutus Buckeye and FCCS's own Ted D. Bear.  Click here to learn more:

Accent on Kids is Here
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
Children's Day at COSI
September is Kinship Care Month
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
September is Kinship Care Month

September is Kinship Care Month, a time for recognizing the value of placing children with relatives or others who are familiar to them, when out-of-home placement is necessary. It’s also a time for celebrating the kin families who support these children. Click here to learn about FCCS's Kinship program:

Accent on Kids is Here
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
Children's Day at COSI
September is Kinship Care Month
Volunteers and Mentors Needed
Volunteers and Mentors Needed

Franklin County Children Services' volunteers and mentors are everyday heroes in the lives of our youth. For information about FCCS volunteers and mentors click here or call (614) 275-2690.

Accent on Kids is Here
Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
Children's Day at COSI
September is Kinship Care Month
Volunteers and Mentors Needed

Event Calendar

    • September 21 - October 2 - Agency Youth Art Show and Silent Auction
      8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily (Closed Sunday)
      Franklin County Children Services (855 West Mound Street)

      I Dream a Dream is an art show and silent auction featuring works created by youth who are involved with the agency's Therapeutic Arts Program and Adoptions Program. All art is available for public bidding.
    • September 25 - Children's Day at COSI
      5 to 9 p.m.
      COSI (333 W. Broad St.)
      At FCCS's annual Children's Day celebration at COSI, children and families involved with FCCS will receive free admission to COSI exhibits, while a reduced rate for general admission is available to the public. Join us to enjoy local musicians, take part in prize drawings and shake hands with local mascots, including Brutus Buckeye and FCCS's own Ted D. Bear. Click here for more information.
    • September 26 - Girls Self-Esteem Conference
      FCCS and its Citizens Advisory Committee will hold a workshop for young women involved with the agency. This workshop is designed to promote confidence and self-esteem and will include presentations, a panel discussion and health and beauty tips.