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Spotlight: Falls Church-McLean Children's Center

This organization was founded in 1968.

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Mission and Philosophy: "We believe all children have the right to participate in a quality early childhood education program with developmentally appropriate activities, in the least restrictive environment possible; we strive to provide the necessary support for the individual child, his or her parents, and the staff. The Falls Church–McLean Children’s Center uses innovative teaching methods to help 70 children ages two to five years old grow and develop alongside peers from many countries representing a variety of ethnicities."

Contact Information: Phone: (703) 534-4907; Fax: (703) 534-4908; Address: 7230 Idylwood Road, Falls Church; Website: fcmlcc.org

Financials: The annual operating budget of the center is $1.3 million.

History: According to its website, "Since 1968, the Falls Church-McLean Children's Center has provided a year-round, full-day early childhood education program for children ages 2-5."

How you can help: There are several ways you can support the Falls Church-McLean Children's Center including donating money, sponsoring a classroom or a field trip or contributing healthy snacks. Visit the center's "Donate" webpage for more information.

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