Who Are We?
The Hampton Alliance for Lifelong Learning (HALL) is a charitable community association dedicated to providing informational and educational resources and supports to parents and caregivers of young children (pre-birth to age 6) in Hampton and surrounding areas. We believe that parents and caregivers are the first and most influential teachers in a young child's life and should be supported and celebrated. HALL believes that all children in our community benefit when their families have access to the best quality resources, learning opportunities and environments available.
To provide resources and supports to families with young children to create an environment and culture of learning which recognizes and values parents as children’s first and most important teacher.
Young children and families living in an environment which embraces a culture of caring and learning and embodies the African proverb “It takes a whole village to raise a child.” The capacity and gifts of all citizens are shared to foster early learning opportunities where all children and their families are valued.
History of HALL
HALL formed in 1998 to ensure Hampton families would have access to resources and supports to help their children become “Smarter For Life”. Primarily focusing on the importance of early learning prior to school entry and the importance of parent’s role in their child’s learning, HALL offers programs to parents, caregivers and young children.
978 Main Street (Lower Level of St Paul's Presbyterian Church Hall)
Hampton, NB E5N 6N3
HALL Community Coordinator: Meagin Huisman
Board of Directors:
Kent Burdett, Chairperson