Support a Strong Future for Kids 0-5

We know that a strong first five can create a strong forever. Docs for Tots believes that we can ensure every one of New York’s tiniest tots can access the high-quality, whole-child developmental care they deserve. Do you?

Whether it’s $5 or $5000 – a donation to Docs for Tots is an investment in New York’s future. Every dollar counts.

In part, because of your generosity, Docs for Tots is able to adopt a unique, innovative approach and to adapt quickly – whether that’s to meet people’s real-time needs or in response to an emergency, like COVID. Docs for Tots’ whole-child approach includes building caregiver skills, strengthening childcare systems, and enacting solid policies. Our goal: that every child in New York has a strong 5-year start and the chance to thrive for a lifetime. Your support can help make that goal a reality. 

You can support Docs for Tots in additional ways:

  1. Connect with us on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, and Twitter.
  2. Keep in touchsubscribe to Docs for Tots’ newsletters, or if you already subscribe, share them with other early childhood supporters. 
  3. Access resources or refer a friend. If you or someone you know is expecting or raising a 0-to-5 year old on Long Island, contact Help Me Grow Long Island to be connected with free resources to support tots and caregivers, or check out our directory of online early childhood resources

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Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later.

James Heckman, economist, Nobel laureate