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School Nutrition

School Nutrition

Across Vermont, 40% of our children come from food-insecure homes and rely very heavily on the meals that are available to them in our schools. Child nutrition professionals around the state work hard every day to make sure that the children that require those meals are able to access them.

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Vermont Works for Women

Vermont Works for Women

When Vermont women and girls are able to pursue their dreams and make confident, deliberate choices about life and work, they contribute to the vitality of all of our communities.

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Reach Out and Read

Reach Out and Read

Through this program, Vermont pediatricians send families home from check-ups with free books, providing parents the oppurtunity to share the joy of reading with their children.

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Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse

Abuse can happen to anyone, but no one deserves to be abused. To be connected directly to the 24-hour crisis center nearest you, call 1-800-228-7395.

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Irene, Still a Need

Irene: Still a Need

In the year since Tropical Storm Irene ravaged Vermont life has returned to normal for most Vermonters, but for many others it is still a daily challenge. Check out this video and these links to see the many ways you can still help

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Skin Care

Each spring Vermont's Department of Libraries selects 30 books to appeal to young readers in 4th through 8th grade. Known as the DCF list since 1957, it's named for Dorothy Canfield Fisher, a venerable Arlington, VT writer.

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Smile

Promoting Children's Literacy

Each spring Vermont's Department of Libraries selects 30 books to appeal to young readers in 4th through 8th grade. Known as the DCF list since 1957, it's named for Dorothy Canfield Fisher, a venerable Arlington, VT writer.

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Share the Warmth

Every winter, many Vermonters face the possibility of having cold homes because they cannot pay their fuel or utility bills. The WARMTH Support Program, using funds donated by concerned Vermonters, will be an important resource for them.

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Animal Shelters

Vermont's humane societies are full of wonderful cats, dogs and other animals just waiting for the right home. Visit one today and you may just find your new best friend.

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Children Reading

Promoting Childrens Literacy

Kids who want a good book should check out the DCF reading list. Each spring Vermont's Department of Libraries selects 30 books to appeal to young readers in 4th through 8th grade. Known as the DCF list since 1957, it's named for Dorothy Canfield Fisher, a venerable Arlington, VT writer.

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Read Across America

The Cat in the Hat has long been the ambassador of Read Across America Day, and this year will be no exception. More than 50 million parents, children and teachers will participate in this national celebration of reading.
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Mentoring

Studies show children with mentors are more likely to stay in school and strive for excellence. You really can make a difference in a child's life. Whether you have life skills to share or are just a good listener, there's a Vermont child near you who would benefit from your friendship.
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Hunger in Vermont

Vermont has been ranked as the sixth hungriest state in the country, with 12 percent of households struggling to get enough food on the table and one in 20 Vermonters labeled as "severely hungry." For instance, last year the Vermont Foodbank distributed nearly 7. 5 million pounds of food to as many as 86,000 Vermonters who requested charitable food assistance.
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Makin’ Friends With Ryan Miller - Season 2 Online Now!

Vermont transplant and Guster frontman Ryan Miller seeks out far-fetched friends across the state! Available exclusively online.

Lifelong Learning

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