Miami, FL – The challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic are as widespread as they are unprecedented, and The Children’s Trust is committed to doing its part by safeguarding and providing critical services and resources for all children and families in Miami-Dade County.
It is with a heavy heart that The Children’s Trust shares news that former member of the Florida House of Representative Gustavo Barreiro passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Friday, August 16. Gus served as a Public Policy and Community Engagement Liaison for The Trust since 2015.
Miami, FL – A judge who has spent her career looking after the wellbeing of children, a music mentor who used her struggles to inspire kids going through similar hard times and three programs that provide life-changing support to our youth throughout the county made up the list of honorees at
MIAMI, FL – A day at Zoo Miami usually means some serious fun, but for The Children’s Trust Miami Heart Gallery team charged with creating digital photo and video libraries that encourage the adoption of harder-to-place children, it’s serious business.
CORAL GABLES, FL – Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre, together with presenting sponsor The Children’s Trust, announces the ninth annual Young Talent Big Dreams – the most widespread, local FREE youth talent competition in Miami-Dade County.
WHAT: Spooky Symphony, a ghoulishly wonderful repertoire performed by the Alhambra Orchestra and Greater Miami Youth Symphony, is a free family-friendly Halloween concert featuring music from popular films such as Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and more; plu
Miami, FL – The Children’s Trust will host its annual Family Expo, a fun-filled family-centric community event created to connect parents to a wide range of programs and services for their children, on Saturday, September 8, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
MIAMI – The President’s recent Executive Order to end family separations and begin unified family detentions under the administration’s recently instituted “Zero Tolerance” policy fails to address the future of the more than 2,300 children who were taken from their asylum-seeking parents at our