Welcome in the New Year by making a real difference in the lives of York County children and families! Click the link below and donate now through The Network for Good.
YOU CAN NOW SUPPORT THE WORK OF CHILD CARE SERVICES OF YORK COUNTY THROUGH ONLINE TAX DEDUCTABLE DONATIONS!!!!
Simply click on the icon below to give.
CHILD CARE SERVICES OF YORK COUNTY NEEDS YOU!!
We are asking for your support through a tax deductible donation to Child Care Services of York County.Because of the increased need for our services and limited public resources, your gift is now more important than ever. Your donation will allow us to continue to do the work we do, supporting working families and their children in literally every community in York County.
Child Care Services of York County, through it’s various programs, is the only county-wide entity providing education, advocacy and support related to child care issues for families, child care providers and local communities.
BECAUSE WE KNOW:
That Healthy Families are the cornerstone of a Healthy Community and that in 2011, accessible, quality child care is a necessity for the modern family.
That the children of today are the adolescents and adults of tomorrow and that quality child care in the early years is essential to a productive life.
Quality child care is beneficial to a community as a whole, not just to the families involved.And, we know that the
Quality and Accessibility of child care CANNOT be consumer-driven, because parents are only able to choose the child care options that they can afford.The cost of acceptable child care far exceeds the ability of York County families to pay.
Child Care Services of York County is a non-profit corporation in the State of Maine. Our Agency By-Laws/Operating Structure can be found below.
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In Maine, better than half of our children, children aged birth to 12 years require some form of child day care, just so their parents can work. This means that more than 130,000 Maine children need child care, every day.
When asked what they felt would be the policy measure which would have a “direct positive influence” on their lives, 90% of those Mainers asked stated “Affordable Child Care.” Today, affordable child care is considered essential to all working parents.
Our mission here at Child Care Services of York County is to ensure the delivery of high quality care for York County Families, in safe, nurturing and stimulating environments that allow all children to reach their full potential. We are committed to supporting caregivers through ongoing training, compensation and career advancement.
Child Care Services of York County is funded by contracts with the State of Maine, local municipalities, the United Way of York County, the United Way of the Greater Seacoast, and through the generous donations of members of the community.
The Mission of Child Care Services of York County
Is to ensure the delivery of high quality care for York County Families, in safe, nurturing and stimulating environments that allow all children to reach their full potential.We are committed to supporting caregivers through ongoing training, compensation and career advancement.
We've come accoss a couple of videos that really explain our Agency's passion for the work we do, and why we take this work as seriously as we do. Please take a minute to click on these pictures to link up with these videos.
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”