A National Model of Excellence in Toddler, Preschool, and School-Age Care and Education
125 North 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Our Mission

Children’s Village is a non-profit that provides early childhood education and school-age academic enrichment distinguished by excellence and family diversity. Working together with children, parents, and the community, we promote a society that is fair, compassionate, and economically vibrant.



Ways to Give

A non-profit organization, Children’s Village relies on your support. Today, more than 400 children are learning, exploring, sharing, discovering, and creating with us. Our high-quality program prepares them for school—and for life. But we can only do so with you. Read more»


News + Events



Governor Wolf Congratulates Children’s Village on our 40th Anniversary

“Pennsylvania is committed to providing high quality educaiton to our youth, and it is because of organizations like Children’s Village that our future remains bright.” Tom Wolf, Governor. Click on the image above to read Gov. Wolf’s very special message.

Our literacy-rich environment includes time for independent reading.  A student in our School-Age Program displays the book he selected from his classroom’s library.


Thank you Lincoln Financial Foundation for Helping Children’s Village Set the Stage for Academic Success

Reflecting its commitment to closing the achievement gap and improving student achievement, Lincoln Financial Foundation recently awarded a grant our School-Age Program. Learn more; click on above image.



Sharing Our Pride: Ben Cady, Early Childhood Coordinator, Featured in T.E.A.C.H. Annual National Program Report

We are proud to share the T.E.A.C.H. (Teacher Education and Compensation Helps) success story of Ben Cady, who is featured in T.E.A.C.H. Annual National Report.

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Focus on

Our Teachers Are Our Greatest Asset

Children benefit most from teachers who are highly qualified and experienced. Each of our classrooms is headed by two full-time teachers:  a lead teacher and an assistant teacher.   Learn more»


Wonder Moments

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