Falls Church - McLean Children's Center

We invite runners and walkers to tell us about your experience. Take the quick 10-question survey here. Falls Church Mayor Dave Tarter, McLean Chamber Past President Bruce Potter at right under umbrella, and Fairfax County Supervisor John Faust, stationed at the 1K finish line, awarded teddy bears to the 243 runners who turned out for the 6th Annual Teddy Bear 5K on Sunday, Sept. 23, […]

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Committed to helping young children with mental health issues get the help they need to recover and avoid the long-term effects of “toxic stress,” The O’Shaughnessy-Hurst Memorial Foundation, Inc. of Leesburg, VA, recently awarded Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center a second, $15,000 grant for mental health therapy. “Increasing numbers of children are exhibiting emotional distress, which is interfering with their ability […]

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          Crystal F. Jean, who has served Children’s Center assistant director for the last 18 months, has been selected by the Children’s Center’s board of directors as the Executive Director. She becomes the seventh executive director to lead the Children’s Center in its 50-year-history. “I was drawn to the Children’s Center because its mission of serving […]

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The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington has selected Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center to be part of its 2018-19 class of Best Nonprofits of the Greater Washington Region, the Catalogue announced today, June 6, 2018. Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center was selected after a rigorous review process conducted by a team of more than 120 experts in local philanthropy and has met […]

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        A celebration of 50 years of Falls Church-McLean Children’s Center brought together original founders, long-time ongoing supporters, and a new generation of faith group members ready to join in the community effort of sustaining high-quality, early child education for the next half century. Attendees included Rosemary Inlow of McLean, one of the original group of citizens […]

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The Children’s Center has openings this fall for children from families that qualify for the Fairfax County Child Care Tuition Subsidy with incomes up to $66,828 for a family of 4 in Fairfax County or $60,756 for residents of Falls Church City or Fort Belvoir.  Families that need full-time child care for their child ages 3, 4 or 5 years […]

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        Your online shopping and travel planning can earn funds for the Children’s Center without costing you a dime, when you shop through Cause Network.  It’s easy! Go to FCMLCC.CauseNetwork.com and choose from the more than 1,000 major retailers, specialty stores and travel booking sites that offer sales to you and a return for the Center. Donation rates vary — up to […]

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