25th of January 2018
Give Kids A Smile Day

Give Kids A Smile Day is a nationwide movement providing children with free dental care and examinations. Since 2003, this campaign has brightened more than 5.5 million smiles. In 2017 alone, over 30,000 dentists participated in the nationwide effort to give kids a smile! This year’s Smile Day is February 2nd at over 50 dental […]

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23rd of January 2018
Group of volunteers gathered together
New Year, New You: Transform Your Community

Looking to get involved? Jump-start your year by volunteering with Robins’ Nest! Whether it’s joining an event committee, guiding youth as a mentor, or sharing a new skill at one of our Family Success Centers, we offer many different programs and volunteer positions that might be the perfect fit for you.

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16th of January 2018
Volunteers celebrate MLK Day of Service
Robins’ Nest Partners with Community to Honor MLK Day of Service

Volunteers gathered at Robins’ Nest headquarters on Monday, January 15, to celebrate and honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service.  Over 50 volunteers from the Gloucester County NAACP, Governor-elect Phil Murphy’s inauguration team, and state representatives including Congressman Donald Norcross visited Robins’ Nest headquarters to help assemble baby […]

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12th of January 2018
Health and Heroes Events sponsored by the Wawa Foundation

We were honored to have the Wawa Foundation sponsor two Health and Heroes events held at two of Robins’ Nest’s Family Success Centers, Bird’s Eye in Pennsville and Riverview in Penns Grove. Despite the cold and snow, over 100 people attended both events as well as 20 firefighters and police officers from both Salem County […]

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15th of November 2017
Adoption: An Intervention

Adoption: An Intervention By Candice S. Watkins, MS Foster, Kinship, and Adoption Services Program Supervisor The word intervention has been brought to the forefront of our society because of the popularity of shows like Intervention, Hoarders, and Celebrity Rehab. The notion behind these shows is that there is an individual that is headed on a […]

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19th of October 2017
Fall Family Fun and Autumn Adventures

Fall is here! Haunted houses, ghost walks, hayrides, pumpkin carving… you name it and fall calls for it. The temperature is just right outside, which makes it the perfect time for outdoor activities and family bonding. During this time of year, a child’s imagination should be running freely. There are plenty of ways to give […]

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19th of September 2017
Transforming Lives Together: Fall 2017 Newsletter
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5th of September 2017
Back to School: A Parent’s Guide to Preparing for the New School Year

By: Jenny Maderia, Salem Counseling Center Supervisor It’s that time of year again, when families face the inevitable shift in schedules from the more laid back summer months to the chaotic juggling of early morning starts, homework, and extracurricular activities. The start of a new school year is a big transition for families, and this […]

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8th of August 2017
End of Summer Blues…Surviving the Transition from Summer to Fall

End of Summer Blues…Surviving the Transition from Summer to Fall Happy August! It’s getting to be that time of year that most of us — those who love soaking up the sun — begin to dread. Class lists are sent in the mail, the nervousness of picking out the perfect first day of school outfit […]

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15th of June 2017
Kid Friendly Veggies

Every parent knows that getting your kids to eat vegetables is tough, but what if we told you it doesn’t have to be?  There are plenty of veggie recipes out there that even the pickiest of kids will enjoy! Below are a few different kid-friendly veggie recipes.  Check out the rest on Parents.com! Sunny Broccoli: […]

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