Wesley Education Center

525 Hale Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229
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Our mission To educate, strengthen and nurture children through our core values of: creating a loving and safe environment for our children, building a foundation for learning, strengthening families, working collaboratively to enhance our services, fostering diversity, and ensuring our children have a solid foundation in math and science and are prepared for kindergarten.
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Wesley Education Center

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In-Kind Gifts are as important as financial giving, and one way you can directly support the children and the staff. These direct gifts save the Center from having to spend money on these items. Those items highlighted are the most critical items. Financial donations are always needed and welcome.
  • Play and Education Supplies
    • Infant and toddler bibs
    • Facial Tissues
    • Infant-Toddlers diapers (27-37lbs sizes)
    • Baby wipes and other infant care items
    • Play Dough
    • Dolls and Doll Clothing
    • Cars and Trucks
    • Paint and Paint Brushes
    • Balls (big and small)
    • Books
    • Educational Toys and Computer Learning Discs
  • Family Resource Department
    • Boys and Girls Clothes (Ages 6 months- 5 years)
      • Underwear
      • Socks
      • Pants
  • Health and Safety/ Maintenance
    • Thermometers with covers
    • Paper Towels
    • Liquid Hand Soup
    • First Aid Supplies
  • Office Supplies
    • Copy Paper (8*11.5)
    • Tape
    • Batteries (AA, AAA, D)
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection
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About us The predecessor agency of Wesley Education Center for Children and Families was opened in January 1920 by the Woman’s Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Church in response to needs voiced by young working mothers. Today, Wesley Education Center for Children and Families, led by Director Mariette Wade, continues to provide vital, quality programs for a daily enrollment of about 50-60 infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and looks forward to hosting an enriching summer camp for school-age children. The Center participates in the Step up to Quality program and meets and often exceeds licensing and Head Start requirements.
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