MILWAUKEE (8/19/2011) - Children's Service Society of Wisconsin kicks off its annual "Stuff the Bus" Back-to-School Party at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 20, in the Children's Service Society parking lot, 620 S. 76th Street.
Businesses and their staff have donated backpacks stuffed with school supplies. Cost Cutters will provide complimentary haircuts for children before returning back to school. Children's Hospital Alliance of Wisconsin will offer oral health education, and Dr. Fannie Fang, MD, Children's Medical Group-River Glen Pediatrics, will provide immunization screening. As a pediatrician, Dr. Fang helps children thrive by partnering with their parents as their medical expert and resource.
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin is dedicated to meeting the needs of children and families in Wisconsin. As a partner in the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare, Children's Service Society strives to achieve the best interest of children by ensuring the safety and stability of children of our in home care and working with families to achieve timely permanency through reunification, adoption or guardianship.
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin is the state's largest private, not-for-profit provider of child welfare services. From offices and family resource centers throughout the state, Children's Service Society offers activities and programs in four core service areas: out-of-home care; counseling; prevention services; and public child welfare. Children's Service Society is a member of Children's Hospital and Health System. The health system is able to fulfill its mission thanks in part to philanthropic gifts and support from members of the community. For more information visit Children's Service Society at www.cssw.org.