Our education programs seek to improve the lives and futures of children and adults by disrupting the intergenerational cycle of poverty. To accomplish this, CUPS offers research-based early intervention and support programs that focus not only on the social, emotional and cognitive development of children, but also on the overall well-being of parents, families and adults.

  • 1027 parents and children in crisis.
  • 409 parents in parenting programs.
  • 216 children involved in child education programs.
  • 26 adults assisted through the Lorraine Melchior Bursary Fund.