EOCF Provides Extra Support for Young Children with Sensory Processing Disorder Thanks to Generous Donations

EOCF has experienced a significant increase in the number of children who have trouble navigating their environment. As children develop, they explore with their senses (sights, smell, hearing, taste, touch, and movement). For some children this can cause an overload of information and they don’t know how to process what they are experiencing.  This can look like: Read more

EOCF Received a $10,000 Grant to Complete a Playground for Vulnerable Young Children

Washougal WA – Washougal preschool children participating in programs at Hathaway Elementary School now have age-appropriate playground components to play on.  The project was led by Educational Opportunities for Children & Families (EOCF) who operates their state-funded early learning programs from a building alongside the Hathaway Elementary preschool. Read more

Make a Difference Day – H.B. Fuller Employees Helped at-risk Children at EOCF!

(Vancouver, WA)  On October 21, 2016, H.B. Fuller closed part of their facility in Vancouver, donated supplies, and paid their employees to complete projects at five of EOCF’s early learning centers for children ages birth-5.  Volunteers built playground equipment and sandboxes, painted buildings, classrooms and kitchens, did landscaping, assisted classroom teachers and administration and donated project supplies. This is the fourth year that H.B. Fuller has generously chosen to serve at-risk families at EOCF during their global Make a Difference Campaign. EOCF staff remarked that H.B. Fuller employees are hard working, dedicated and enjoy the work. Read more