For more information on how to volunteer or participate in any of these activities, please contact cmitchell@copefamilycenter.org or call 707-252-1123, ext. 114.

Thursdays, June 26-July31  10:30am-11:30am Wiggle Worms Preschool Program

Designed for preschool children, ages 3-6, this fun and interactive hour in our Community Garden delights young minds and tummies! Volunteers are need for a variety of tasks from story-time to planting with the kids. Join us for one, or all 6 summer sessions. RSVPs are required to attend.


Sunday, August 17th (evening event) Pizza & Beer "Buy-In" Party

From the very successful 2013 Holiday Glam & Giving event, this pizza & beer "buy-in" party will be hosted by Board Member, Suzy Anderson, and catered by Oak Avenue Catering. Buy a seat or two, or volunteer to help set-up, serve and/or clean-up. This is going to be a really fun night with food, libations and entertainment all in support of child abuse prevention programs.

Tuesday, September 9 4:30-6:00pm Woman2Woman Social

Join Cope's Woman2Woman Committee for their quarterly social at Cope Family Center. Stories are shared, along with talents and passions. Wine and light bites are served and a short 2-5 minute presentation is given on Cope services and the need for child abuse prevention in our community. RSVP to Anna at amarzolf@copefamilycenter.org

Friday, September 19 5:00pm-8:00pm Block Party!Donor & Volunteer Appreciation Night

Join us at the Napa General Store for our pasta, wine, live music, raffles, and so much more! 

 

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The Enough Abuse Campaign

of the Greater Bay Area


 

 

Throughout 2014, the Napa county Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) program of Cope Family Center will join 9 other Bay Area counties in creating a

unified voice against child sexual abuse.

Break the silence

on this widespread, violent epidemic.

Join us in saying...

www.enoughabuse.org

Learn how to join the movement. Volunteer, be trained to recognize signs of abuse and appropriate action to take, or simply, help spread the word.

Please contact Community Engagement Manager, Christina Mitchell at (707) 252-1123 for more information.