Every Monday includes different opportunities for fun and learning. And you’re invited to join in! Make sure you’re on the contact list.
With rural populations declining, sustaining a competitive workforce requires Sioux Falls to grow its own. That begins with school-age children.
Children and families are invited to the Nightwatch Food Truck free meal service on the first and third Saturdays this summer.
Kid Link is bringing together many organizations and dozens of volunteers to demonstrate effective community collaboration in solving neighborhood concerns.
Prevention plays a big part in a child’s future success in life. That’s why it’s so important to collaborate and expand access to free after school programs.
It’s tough to learn when you’re hungry. Ask any classroom teacher. Hunger isn’t conducive to student success.
Kid Link Riverside volunteers made some new friends June 8. Many thanks to Fruit of the Coop for providing farm fresh eggs and Caselli’s Market Garden for providing lettuce for families!
For Anny Libengood, service providers have long needed and discussed many changes to the local housing system. Now those changes are becoming reality.
The Siouxland Libraries Bookmobile was the centerpiece for the first Kid Link Riverside event at Laura B. Anderson Elementary School in Sioux Falls June 1.
Kim Overby says Thrive’s collaborative work is “strong and powerful. I love being part of this selfless work.” Learn more about her busy retirement.