The Parent-Child Home Program is proud to have received a number of awards for its work, and to have been recognized as a highly effective organization and model program by independent evaluators in both the nonprofit and early childhood education sectors. The following links will take you directly to the referenced reports (if available).
Awards and Recognition:
PCHP was honored with the 2016 Library of Congress Literacy Awards’ American Prize. This prize is awarded to an organization that has made significant and measurable contribution to increasing literacy levels or the national awareness of the importance of literacy. (2016)
GreenLight Philadelphia selected PCHP as its 2016 partner program and is supporting the launch of PCHP in Philadelphia and its expansion over a four-year period. (2016)
The White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics recognized PCHP as a ‘Bright Spot’ for its investment in key education priorities for Hispanics. (2015)
PCHP recognized as a Four Star Charity for six straight years. (2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010)
PCHP CEO Sarah Walzer was selected as a 2015 Murdoch Community Hero by News Corp. This award recognizes leaders of charitable organizations, especially in the area of education and economic development, who have been effective while taking fresh practical approaches. (2015)
PCHP designated a Gold Participant. (2013)
PCHP named a Promising Program that Works. (2012)
PCHP was named one of America’s Top Performing Nonprofit Organizations. (2012)
PCHP designated a Bright Spot Program. (2011)
Program Impact Citations:
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