CFK’s Brand New Website

Monica LaBadia
In case you missed it... Change for Kids has a brand new website! This has been a labor of love for our Communications team, and we’re so happy to show you around our new digs. I’m going to take you around a few of the new features of our site.

New and improved blog

Our blog now lives on our main website. (You’re reading it here, right now!) Scroll through for the latest posts, guest blogger entries, and archive articles from CFK through the years. All in one place.

Change Maker Corner

Our Community of Change Makers is what makes CFK great. In our Change Maker Corner, we highlight notable members of our community. This content is always changing, so visit our site regularly to see new faces. Want to be part of our community? Get involved and maybe you’ll see your own story on our website someday soon!

New and improved Partners page

Now you can learn all about the schools we’ve worked with in the past and present! On our Partners page, you’ll also get an inside peek into the incredible organizations that help CFK close the equity gap in NYC.

New ways to get involved

Navigate to our “Get Involved” page and you’ll learn the myriad ways to join us in creating opportunities for the young people of New York City. From donating, to fundraising, to volunteering, there are so many touch points and ways to be part of the cause. Our new and improved Volunteer section highlights many frequently asked questions, and has an easy to use sign up form for new volunteers!

What else is new on the site? Well, every single page is brand spanking new, and we’re just so excited about it! Check it out, and let us know what you think!
Monica LaBadiaFor Monica, every child is valuable and deserves to be heard. Originally from Los Angeles, prior to joining CFK, Monica worked in various roles within the non-profit arts and education spaces, including as an English teacher in Phnom Penh, Cambodia! She is also a screenwriter and playwright. She holds a BA from UC Santa Barbara and an MFA from the Writer’s Foundry. When Monica was a kid she wanted to be a marine biologist when she grew up.

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