The growing success of Children’s Week Florida is due largely to the collaborative nature of the event and the fact that many non-profits can come together under “One Voice” to support children’s issues and advocate for the full spectrum of children’s services and needs. Local coordinators plan and implement various events in their communities to symbolize the unity of Florida’s statewide child advocacy efforts.

Children’s Week Florida has unified upwards of 200 community events and activities statewide, bringing thousands of parents, children, legislators, professionals, community leaders and concerned citizens together to share valuable knowledge and information about children’s issues across the state.

The Children’s Week Florida Local Coordinator Toolkit supplies you with resource materials and to help make a greater impact and more meaningful local community event. This toolkit includes sample invitations, letters, proclamations, press releases, event instructions, deadlines and information on how to promote your event to the media.

Submit Local Event

Local Events and Activities Additional Resources

Children’s Week Florida provides a community of resources for our partners. Check out some of our Children’s Week Florida partners that would like to assist you with your local event by providing information, resources or materials for your event!

UnitedHeathcare Community Plan – Will host interactive booths and provide free items to distribute at your event including healthy message stickers and pencils. Please contact Diane Raker Owens at for more information.

DentaQuest – Will provide oral health information, guidance, and other valuable resources to help increase awareness of the importance of children’s dental health. Please contact Marena Bajo at or Noel Rodriguez at You can also reach them by phone at 305-894-8383 (Marena) or 305-894-8384 (Noel) for more information.

Pinwheels For Prevention!  – Will provide assistance with implementing a local campaign for Florida’s Child Abuse Prevention Month (April). Please contact Chris Lolley at for more information.