Puppet theater and storyboard projects benefit Quality Care for Children
Employees from the Alpharetta Office put their creativity to work to create puppet theaters and felt storyboards as part of a project to help nurture and foster infants and young children within their community.
By working together as a team, our volunteers were able to create two puppet theaters and five storyboards that will be sent to child care facilities that support low income families. These puppet theaters and storyboards will help children learn in a fun and stimulating way, which will boost their development and lay the foundation for learning for the rest of their lives.
This fun and rewarding event benefitted Quality Care for Children (QCC), which is an organization that works to ensure Georgia’s infants and young children reach their full potential. QCC helps child care programs provide nutritious meals and educational care to young children so they are ready for success in school and helps parents access quality child care so that they can attend college or succeed in the workplace.