Mullin is a proud supporter of Head Start, a child and family development program for families with children from birth to three years (Early Head Start) and preschoolers ages three to five (Head Start), including children with disabilities. These programs promote the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth and development of each child. Head Start and Early Head Start serve low-income families that fall at or below the federal poverty level. This year, the Mullin team installed an educational butterfly garden and transformed an empty concrete space into a bike trail with games. Mullin is happy to contribute to Head Start and provide the school with a space to aid the children’s physical, intellectual and social well-being.