New This Month: Chelsea Marches Forward!

Chelsea’s Announcements & Updates

Yes, it’s March! After the months of cold and gloom, spring is finally upon us! This month, we’re focusing on a few important themes: Caffeine Awareness, Expanding Girls’ Horizons in Science & Engineering, and Generosity.

  • Caffeine Awareness Month presents us with the opportunity to educate ourselves and our children about the dangers in overconsumption, and to be mindful of our caffeine intake on a daily basis.
  • Expanding Girls’ Horizons in Science & Engineering Month is a great chance to encourage daughters in middle and high school to study or pursue careers in STEM.
  • Practicing Generosity, helping others in need teaches kids to be caring world citizens and fosters awareness of international issues.

We hope you enjoy the articles! Please continue to follow along with #ChelseaTweets for new updates!

st patricks day chelsea foundation

From the Chelsea Foundation staff, we wish you & your family a wonderful & safe holiday!

Children’s Book Recommendations

What is the one book that your child asks you to read over and over and over again? We’d like to know! Tweet us your book recommendations! #ChelseaTweets

March Lineup

Caffeine Dangers: What Parents Need to Know

Caffeine Dangers: What Parents Need to Know by Cindy McKay, USEP-OHIO

Teaching Generosity to Kids this Spring by Anita Reid

Teaching Generosity to Kids this Spring by Anita Reid

5 Books to Expand Girls' Horizons in Science & Engineering by A. Noelle

5 Books to Expand Girls’ Horizons in Science & Engineering by A. Noelle

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