Sign Up Now for the 2019 World Forum Foundation Gathering in China

November 29, 2018

Published by CounciLINK on November 29, 2018


WFFCalling all travel connoisseurs with a passion for early childhood education!

Combine the two and join the World Forum Foundation (WFF) in Macao, China, April 8-11, for the 2019 World Forum on Early Care and Education!

As part of the Council community, you will be able to take advantage of this amazing opportunity with a 33 percent discount!

One hundred thirty million children are born each year with the right to a fulfilling life, but not all children have an equal opportunity to thrive. Join the World Forum Foundation in its commitment to improving the life chances of the world’s children by connecting, informing and inspiring.

The WFF is striving to change lives by inviting early childhood professionals and advocates from more than 80 countries to meet and share inspiration on issues impacting children and families worldwide. They need your help to promote this ongoing global exchange of ideas on the delivery of quality services for young children in diverse settings across the globe.

Help continue to impact the lives of children using our core values as a guide: Children. Change. Relationships. Spirit. Differences.

Check out this World Forum video to learn about what WE can do together to change the world. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity and make plans now to participate in this life-changing experience. Register today for a 33 percent discount!

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