Parents Forum fosters caring, honest and respectful
communications throughout society, starting in families
The Parent Forum curriculum provides thoughtful examination of eight original questions about family life issues and is based on the handbook Where the Heart Listens, written by Eve Sullivan. It offers suggestions for parent groups on organizing their own activities and serves as a “workshop in your pocket” to can help parents, children and all family members improve their communications skills.
A donation to Parents Forum is a cornerstone investment in strong communities. Your gift helps parents obtain the skills and support needed to raise happy, productive and resilient adults. Your gift brings positive change to the families and long-term change for the future of our communities.
Parents Forum should be free, in part because support that is freely offered is simply priceless/ The other reason, which leads to the plea, is that nobody seems to want to pay for what we offer. Sad face.
The heartfelt plea:
Could you kindly make a small donation, or a large one, to support our peer support program as we move into our second quarter century? With a lot of volunteer effort over many years and wonderful support from community-minded businesses, Parents Forum is now celebrating its 25th anniversary. I cannot quite believe it, but it’s true.
If you are in or near Cambridge, Mass. please join us next Monday, May 15th, on International Day of Families
for our anniversary celebration. Tickets are still available.
And, wherever you are, please take a look at this article
in the spring newsletter of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.