For more than twenty-five years, Childcare Resources has promoted and provided high-quality early education, impacting thousands of local children each year. Community events like the recent Starfest luncheons help fund Childcare Resources programs like high-quality childcare, professional development for educators, wellness services for program families, and so much more.
To keep providing education, care, and resources to local families and educators throughout this uncertain time, Childcare Resources invites the community to stay home and support education by being a part of the Stay Home Soiree on April 16th.
“We may have lost the ability to be together,” said Stay Home Soiree Chair Barbie Horton, “but we have not lost the ability to connect. What better way to come together than to support Childcare Resources’ work with so many local children and educators?”
In light of current circumstances, Childcare Resources has moved its work with both children and early childhood educators online. The organization is launching virtual classrooms that will give students the ability to reconnect with teachers and classmates, while video conferencing has allowed children who work with therapists to continue their regular sessions. Additionally, the organization’s early education coaches are providing support and resources to local preschool teachers.
To participate in the Stay Home Soiree, simply make a contribution to Childcare Resources and, the night of April 16th, relax at home knowing that you have helped make possible the work that prepares children for success, not only in kindergarten, but throughout their lives.
All proceeds will enable Childcare Resources to continue elevating and promoting high quality childcare in Indian River County. To learn more about Childcare Resources or to make a donation visit ChildcareResourcesIR.org or call 772-567-3202.