69,000 children in Alabama between the ages of three and four are not enrolled in school.
This means thousands of children in our communities are missing out on early learning opportunities vital to their development
Childcare Resources' programs and services provide early education opportunities children need not only to survive but to thrive. With a donation to support our Next Generation Campaign, you provide the necessary resources and critical skills needed for children to reach their full potential.
Quality early childhood programs work.
Higher high school graduation rates.
Children who experience quality early learning and care programs are 25% more likely to graduate high school.
More likely to earn a college degree.
Children who experience quality early learning programs are 4 times more likely to have completed a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Have a successful career as an adult.
Children who experience quality early learning and care programs earn up to 25% more in wages as an adult.
Double your impact.
Thanks to the support of generous donors,
the first $20,000 raised for our Next Generation
Campaign will be matched dollar-for-dollar to $40,000, helping your gift to Childcare Resources go further than ever!
Supports our Resource and Referral Program, a free service that assists families with locating child care through individual guidance and customized searches from our child care program database.
Enables our team to create a free virtual training for child care providers to strengthen their knowledge, education, and professional development through our online training platform.
Allows our Infant Toddler Program to work one-on-one with a child care program to improve the quality of care in their infant and toddler classrooms.
Provides funding for one (1) full year of child care for a child enrolled in our Supplemental Child Care Program.
Donation levels listed above are to help demonstrate the impact of your gift. All donations made to Childcare Resources Next Generation Campaign are unrestricted for agency use unless otherwise indicated.
For every dollar invested in early education programs, society yields a $6.30 return.
It’s a solid investment; access to quality early education improves future education, employment, and health outcomes, while saving on later remediation costs.