Give the Gift of Education
Meet the Randolph siblings, Sam (age 15), Aniyah (age 11), Aliyah (age 10), and Adelyn (age 1). Since the Randolph children were born, both of their parents have been advocates for education in their household. Each night during bedtime, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph made it a priority to read to their kids before they entered kindergarten. Now that the three oldest are in middle and high school, they are all star and honor roll students and make it a priority to read to their youngest sister, Adelyn.
Did you know that 80% of brain development happens in the first three years of life? That’s why United Way of Greater Chattanooga, and Early Matters Chattanooga are partnering to bring the Chattanooga Basics to every baby born at Erlanger hospital and Parkridge hospital. Our goal is that every parent has fun, simple and powerful tools to help them to be their child’s FIRST and BEST teacher. We provide free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, send parents Ready4K text messages, and teach parents how to recognize the ages and stages for development of their child while providing support for potential delays.
Because of your investment to United Way of Greater Chattanooga we are able to impact everyone in the community just like the Randolph family. Thank you for #JoiningTheFight for Education, Stability, and Support to every individual in the community.