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Big and Little Kids Book Invites Submissions

Sedona AZ (August 7, 2011) – Yavapai County Community Foundation and Yavapai First Things First invite submissions countywide for the 21st Year Edition of The Big & little Kids’ Book.

The Yavapai County Community Foundation (YCCF) and the First Things First Yavapai Regional Partnership Council invites all organizations that provide services to children, youth and their families in Yavapai County to submit information to be included in the 21st edition of this resource guide that includes descriptions and contact information for these organizations.

In order to meet the public demand for local children, youth and family-related resource information, twenty thousand books will be produced and delivered in January 2012 to locations across the County, including communities throughout the West Yavapai and Verde Valley regions. The expanded outreach is made possible thanks to support from First Things First Yavapai Regional Partnership Council, the Prescott Kiwanis Club and the Yavapai County Community Foundation.

YCCF and Yavapai First Things First also seek photographs of local children of all ages to be featured in The big & little Kids’ Book. Organizations serving Yavapai County children are strongly encouraged to submit photos (300 dpi minimum) and all community members are welcome to participate. (Photos must be accompanied by a signed release form and a brief photo caption.)

To update or add your organization’s information for inclusion in the 2012 edition of book, or to submit a photo or request a release form, please contact Cindy Marshall-Pemberton, First Things First Administrative Assistant at 928-776-0062. Submit your information and photos no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 16, 2011. To view the online 2011 edition, go to www.azfoundation.org/affiliates/north-central/biglittleKidsBook_web11.pdf.

The Yavapai County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation, is an 18-year-old permanent philanthropic endowment for the enduring benefit of our community. Its mission is to lead, serve and collaborate to mobilize enduring philanthropy for a better Arizona. It secures, manages and allocates donors’ gifts for charitable purposes in the County while working to improve the quality of life for local residents. Since the inception of YCCF in 1993, the Community Foundation has contributed millions of dollars to Yavapai County nonprofit organizations and the communities they serve. To learn more, visit www.yavapaifoundation.org or the new Sedona Times Publishing on-line Arizona news at www.SedonaEye.com. 

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  1. Tracey says:

    Thank you VERY much!! Your news reaches a lot of organizations.

    With our sincere appreciation, Tracey

    Tracey McConnell
    YCCF Grants & Operations Coordinator

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