Fewer than half of Latino children are enrolled in any early learning program.

VA Dept. of Education Returns 65% of Gifts Through Tax Credits

The chance for young children from low-income families and children with disabilities to attend a high-quality preschool is VERY important to his or her future.

So important, that the VA Department of Education is offering donors a big incentive to encourage charitable gifts to the Falls Church-McLean Children's Center that serves these children and wants to serve more.

For gifts of $1,000 and more, donors will receive a 65% tax credit for their VA tax return. This credit also lowers a donor's federal tax return.

Gifts can be made online, with a check, or with securities
directed to our account at National Financial Services - DTC #0226.

Details about the Tax credit program are on our website at www.fcmlcc.org/Taxcredits or available by calling 703/534-4907.

Between Dec. 23 and Dec. 27, when the Center is closed for the holidays, donors can email questions to ReneeBoyleFCMLCC@gmail.com

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Contact Falls Church-McLean Children's Center:
Elizabeth Page
Executive Director

    7230 Idylwood Road
Falls Church, VA 22043


Our Wishlist

provides 10 sessions of speech therapy for 2 children

provides hands-on science lessons for 30 preschoolers for 3 weeks

sends 5 teachers to workshops to learn new methods of building preschoolers' math skills through music and art. $5,000 gives 75 children year-round guidance in building social skills to avoid becoming a bully or a victim in their years ahead.