FY13 Annual Report

February 4, 2014 – This past year, RFK Children’s Action Corps continued to ensure children who need a second chance are given that opportunity. We impacted over 800 children and families through the collaboration of our staff, board members, volunteers, donors, … Continued

New Resource Center for Juvenile Justice Established

  The Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice is pleased to announce the official launch of its website (www.rfknrcjj.org) and listserv. This website serves as a resource hub to provide jurisdictions nationwide with useful frameworks, tools, resources … Continued

New Event: A Mid-Winter Social

Bright Futures Adoption Center debuted a new event for our adoptive parents and children this January. The event was designed to allow the families time to play together, eat together, get to know one another, and share their experiences.  Each … Continued

A Special Fall Day and a Reason to Give Thanks!

In mid-October, Bright Futures Adoption Center received a call from a local hospital asking for help for a couple who delivered a baby that morning.  The couple did not know that they were pregnant and were shocked to find that … Continued

Information Sharing Certificate Program

Applications Due September 6 – Information Sharing Certificate Program The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University’s Public Policy Institute, in partnership with the Juvenile Law Center and the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps, has announced that applications … Continued

South Hadley Girls Visit the Bronx Zoo

June 1, 2013– The South Hadley Girls Treatment Program had the opportunity to bring six girls to the Bronx Zoo in New York City. The trip was planned as a surprise and when the girls were told they were going … Continued

“Stories of Hope” Update

July 17, 2013 – For the second year in a row independent film maker Rob Tronic volunteered his time and talent to create a poignant video that encapsulates the positive transformations made by some of the boys and girls in … Continued