Friends of the Family Enrichment Center




The Friends of the FEC is a group of individuals and companies dedicated to early childhood education. By supporting the FEC, the Friends group directly impacts the young children who attend the Del E. Webb Family Enrichment Center, their parents and the Yavapai College students who are pursuing a degree and career in early childhood education.

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Members of FOFEC help the Del E. Webb Family Enrichment Center (FEC) fulfill its mission by raising awareness and supporting fundraising efforts that benefit the FEC. For example, in the last fiscal year FOFEC:

  • Helped plan and conduct the annual Framing the Future luncheon.
  • Created a video to promote the FEC’s participation in the Arizona Tax Credit program through the sponsorship of the Prescott Sunrise Lions Club.
  • Helped launch the FEC Endowment Fund, with the vision of creating a sustainable funding stream to support the quality elements that make the FEC such a valuable resource to families, students and the community.
  • Began strategizing ways to strengthen the FEC Family Emergency Fund, which assists student parents with unexpected financial challenges that threaten their ability to succeed in school.

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Membership in FOFEC helps support the critical work of the Del E. Webb Family Enrichment Center to provide young children with enriching educational experiences, help student parents succeed in school, and provide meaningful training to future teachers.

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The FEC receives funding for shade structure

No shadeThe Friends of the Family Enrichment Center would like to thank the Kiwanis Club of Prescott and the Margaret T. Morris Foundation who together have provided funds to purchase and install a new shade structure over the climbing structure in the Preschool play yard.

Outdoor activities, which allow active children space to move while developing motor skills, are an important part of the daily routine at the FEC. The educationally-oriented outside play area at the FEC includes a variety of materials that are rotated on a daily or weekly basis. These include an obstacle course that promotes balance, concept development and motor skills; large-scale puzzles that promote problem solving and math skills; and sensory and science tables with birdseed, water, funnels, cups, shells, bugs and magnifying glasses. There is also a sand box, bicycle track, and climbing structures.

Children and teachers use the outdoor play areas up to 4 hours a day. Thank you Kiwanis Club of Prescott and Margaret T. Morris Foundation for making the play area useable throughout the day.