Early Childhood Financial Resiliency
According to the National Association for the Education of Young Children, 20,000 centers closed permanently across the country as a result of the pandemic — and many others are worried about their short-term and long-term viability.
This is where we come in: our programming has been built by, for, and alongside providers.
We've worked with 200+ child care, early childhood education (ECE) providers in Maryland, Washington, D.C., South Carolina, and Virginia, and we have a clear understanding of their needs. Some of us have worked in ECE centers, while others have lived experience relying on ECE centers as a parent or extended family member. Some of us have both! Our early childhood financial resiliency program is designed specifically for child care providers, with a focus on addressing their business needs. We're talking budgeting, record-keeping, tax planning, and more!
Participants can expect individual coaching, large group training, and a community of practice.
We developed this program to ensure providers have the tools necessary to make sustainable business decisions for a successful future.
At the end of this, the providers engaged in our programming are a part of a collective of thriving early childhood education providers with strong financial practices. Let's take away the fear and replace it with excitement for the future.