Feeding America is an organization that Phoenix Queens of the Nation have been supporting for a while now. We first got involved with their #SetTheTable Campaign a little over a year ago, and are honored to say that Phoenix Queens of the Nation is one of 200 … Continue reading Feeding America 2018 Summer Donor Impact Report
It’s Women’s History Month again, and what better way to kick it off than announcing that nominations are being accepted for HHH Magazine’s 1st Annual Women of Power Honor Ceremon…
It’s Women’s History Month again, and what better way to kick it off than announcing that nominations are being accepted for HHH Magazine’s 1st Annual Women of Power Honor Ceremony!
HHH Magazine’s 1st Annual Women of Power Honor Ceremony is honoring women around the world who are doing amazing things. This will also be a celebration of our Youth with multiple scholarship awards presented & more!
Please be sure to click on the link below and fill in as much information as you can about your nominee. The nomination period will remain open until August 31, 2017, at that time we will list each nominee and allow voting to begin. Voting will end on December 31, 2017 and the winners will be announced Live during our ceremony taking place on March 25, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Phoenix Queens of the Nation Department of Community Education and Research understands that the key to global systemic change is nurturing, supporting and positively guiding the youngest members of our global family – our children.
The Early Childhood & Childhood Literacy Community Education Program is an example of our bottom-up approach to the design and implementation of the Department’s programs and initiatives. It is our belief that we must capture the minds, spirits, and aspirations of our children and plant the seeds needed to ensure that the global social, cultural, educational and economic change we seek becomes a reality.
During the Summer of 2015,we began our first ECCLCEP literacy initiative – the Outdoor Summer Reading Children’s Cipher. The OSRCC brings children continued access to early reading and learning opportunities after the academic school year has ended. Our Reading Ciphers were held in NYC parks during the summer months. We also provided free books – ranging everywhere from children’s books to academic workbooks for grade levels pre-K – 9 – as well as healthy snacks and beverages for the children. Moving forward, the Outdoor Summer Reading Children’s Cipher will expand to include Back-to-School Drives and quarterly School Supplies Drives to take place during the academic year.