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Our Fund-Raising

Dreams Unlimited supports and raises money for a number of organizations:

Muscular Dystrophy

Salvation Army

Canadian Red Cross

World Vision

PEI Humane Society

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It is a priority for Dreams Unlimited and parents/guardians to continue working as partners ensuring a positive experience for the entire family while the child is attending the centre. Listed below are a variety of possibilities for building our relationship and giving the parent/guardian the opportunity to be involved as much as possible:

  • volunteering or visiting to read a story or to do a presentation about a special skill, talent, or occupation,
  • sharing information about a special event or cultural celebration,
  • newsletters,
  • parent resource board,
  • Christmas party
  • lending library,
  • collecting beautiful “junk” to be contributed to the centre,
  • parent information sessions (where topics will be based on parents/guardians needs and interests),
  • parent-educator interviews,
  • assisting in field trips,
  • fundraising for equipment, toys, supplies, etc., and
  • coming to the Centre and eating with your child

Parent Advisory Committee

The purpose of the committee is to create, inspire, and lead mutually supportive relationships between families, educators, and community that enhance quality early childhood experiences and community connectedness.  We are currently looking for members from families who have children enrolled at Dreams Unlimited.  If you are curious or have questions about the parent advisory committee please come see Elizabeth.

Formal Observations

Formal observations are held on a regular basis.  The staff use a variety of documentations (written records, photos, video, etc.) which are collected to do a progress report on each child.  The progress report looks at all developmental areas of the child.  Every November and May, the educator and parent/guardian meet to discuss the child.

Our Parent Handbook

We provide all parents with a Parent Handbook. This Handbook provides a detailed explaination of our policies, program, procedures, and fees.  Please call us directly if you have any questions.

Other Ways to Help

Some parents also provide help as needed.  One area that parents provided help during the 2010 move to a new location was that they helped clean and set-up the new Centre the weekend between the transition.  This was greatly appreciated and really illustrated the connection between the families and the Centre.
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