Our Mission

To champion the intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being of all children.

Aunt Katie’s Place wants to help create positive change in the lives of all children, regardless of age, ethnicity, or social status. We want to help create emotionally healthy children that will grow up to be emotionally healthy adults who give back to their communities and to this world in which we live. We hope to achieve this by helping children feel hope for their futures by providing engaging intellectual opportunities (ex. language learning) and sparking their imagination and creativity. We want to help children discover their personal talents and potential! 

Parent Education

Aunt Katie’s Place also wants to help educate parents and caretakers about issues regarding child welfare and provide them with educational aides to help in the further development of their children. 

Creating emotionally healthy children starts at home. It is important that parents, relatives, caretakers, etc. take an active role in recognizing a child’s emotional needs, as well as their physical needs, to keep them safe and healthy. Aunt Katie’s Place hopes to provide new and useful information that can help adults understand the tribulations that many children endure and how to look out for signs and symptoms and when to seek help.

A Heart for Children

We would like to take the liberty of reciting a common childhood song, but with a little tweak…

“Aunt Katie’s Place loves the little children, all the children of the world, red, brown, yellow, black, and white, they are precious in our site. Aunt Katie’s Place loves the little children of the world!” 

Aunt Katie’s Place plans to use all their talents, all their skills, and all their love “to champion the intellectual, physical, and emotional well-being of all children.” Please join us, and together let’s work together to make today a hopeful day for the children of this world!

“The world needs a sense of worth, and it will achieve it only by its people feeling that they are worthwhile.”

- Fred Rogers-