Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center Raises Money for Victims of Hurricane Sandy
Children of the Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center in Ambler recently raised money for victims of Hurricane Sandy. After collecting pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, a $100 donation was presented to TD Bank located on Walton Road in Plymouth Meeting. TD Bank matched the funds to be donated to the American Red Cross.
“We think it is extremely important to teach young children that giving to those in need should be a part of their daily life,” said Lokoff Center Director Anita Block. “We have an ongoing charity program at the Lokoff Early Learning Center and after seeing the damage done to the local area, donating to the American Red Cross through TD Bank was the logical thing to do to help others affected by the hurricane.”
Lokoff parents also got involved by collecting diapers, wipes and creams which were sent to a New Jersey fire company.
For more information about the Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center, contact Center Director Anita Block at 215-643-0110 or visit www.FELSkids.org.
About the Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center:
Since 1985, The Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center has provided early childhood education for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children transitioning to Kindergarten. Administered by Federation Early Learning Services (FELS), its program is nationally accredited (NAEYC) and has achieved a Four Star rating through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Keystone Stars Quality Initiative Program. The center offers special programs including Hebrew enrichment, Impact Sports, yoga and music education. A camp with instructional and recreational swim is offered in the summer months.