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Recent studies have shown how volunteering with people or a cause you care about can actually mitigate depression and anxiety issues. Here's how.

If you strive to live an altruistic lifestyle, there are a variety of different ways to be more charitable without spending money. Here are some ideas to try.

You want 2019 to be a great year! If you want to start the new year off on a positive note, check out these seven steps to keep in mind as we dive into 2019.

If you want to make a difference in 2019, make giving a part of your New Year’s resolutions. Here are some ideas for how you can create resolutions that give back.

If you live an altruistic lifestyle, you can give back and make someone's holiday a bit more joyful. Here are six ways you can brighten someone else's Christmas.

As you prepare for all of the gifts, parties and dinners headed your way this season, here are some ideas for how to decrease stress during the holidays.

Clayton was recognized as a KPMG 2018 Community Award winner on Dec. 14, 2018.

Clayton Early Learning is grateful to the many community members who supported the organization on Colorado Gives Day 2018.

A seasoned financial executive, Jane Williams joined the Clayton Early Learning executive management team as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in August 2018.

If you’re anything like me – a political nerd at heart – you’re probably still reeling from the excitement of the November 6 midterm elections! The country saw the highest voter turnout for midterm elections since 1966 and Colorado’s rate was one of the highest in the country with just under 60 percent of Colorado voters participating in this year’s election. At Clayton we are processing the results of the election and planning for the upcoming 2019 legislative session.  

Thanks to the generosity of The Epworth Foundation, Eastern Hills Community Church, Heart for the World Christian Center and individuals, Clayton Early learning deliver more than 200 Thanksgiving baskets to Clayton Early Learning families for the holiday.

Charlotte Brantley, the president and CEO of Clayton Early Learning, announced today that she will retire in 2019, following 13 years with the organization. Brantley will remain in place while the Clayton Board of Trustees conducts a national search for her successor.

Check out the many exciting career opportunities available at Clayton Early Learning.

Ready to Grow! Learn about planting day in Clayton's on campus Moonbeam Garden!

Mentoring a child helps them to see unlimited possibilities for the future, learn something new and most importantly, realize that somebody cares about them.

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