Bouncing Back for Babies

​Donate to Docs for Tots so kids 0 to 5 can thrive!

Many of us have had a rough couple of years and are in a period of recovery. Bouncing back is especially important for those of us caring for and serving young children and their families. Our children need us to collaborate and enhance our capacity to support them so they can achieve better outcomes in the future.

Supporting the adults that children rely on is at the core of what we do. We know that early experiences matter, so we partner with the many adults in young children’s lives to ensure that those experiences are positive and of high quality.

Please consider a donation to Docs for Tots so we can continue working towards a better future for children by

  • Providing Solutions for Parents – monitoring child development and empowering caregivers
  • Training Early Learning Professionals to improve social emotional environments and track developmental milestones
  • Supporting Pediatric Providers to identify and address needs of families in their care
  • Collaborating with Partners and Policymakers to develop supportive early childhood networks for families and children

Help us make best practice everyday practice so
New Yorkers 0 to 5 can thrive.

Join our network of early childhood advocates today at whatever donation level is appropriate for you!

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