Growing Green Holiday Fundraiser
CCRC’s Growing Green Fundraiser sustains the organizational support needed to help parents find, and programs offer, quality child care during the COVID-19 pandemic. We know that parents are happier and more productive when they feel comfortable leaving their child in...
Resources for North Carolina Child Care Providers During COVID-19
We are open (virtually) and are just a call or click away! Please email us at email@example.com or call us at 336-245-4900. The State of North Carolina is urging all families who can keep their children at home, with a responsible adult, to do...
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We Have a New Name: Child Care Resource Center!
After serving our community for 27 years under the name Work Family Resource Center, we now have a new name - Child Care Resource Center. Child Care Resource Center better reflects the important work that we do. We connect families to quality child care, provide...
Jame G. Hanes Memorial Fund Awards Grant to WFRC
The James G. Hanes Memorial Fund awarded a grant to CCRC in the amount of $50,000.00 for the next 3 years to the organizations development and re-branding/marketing efforts.
Kate B Reynolds Charitable Trust Awards Grant to WFRC!
CCRC is pleased to announce that it has received a grant from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston Salem, North Carolina. The award in the amount of $356,257.00 for over two years will help CCRC build the capacity of licensed child care programs to care...
Need Child Care? Need A Nanny?
By Guest Blogger Suzanne Isenberg, Development Director for CCRC We know that finding a quality child care/early learning environment for your child can be overwhelming and time consuming. We know that you want the best for your child – to keep your child healthy,...
Child Care Deserts: Developing Solutions to Child Care Supply and Demand
Over the past few decades, the needs of families living in the United States have changed dramatically. Painting a picture of the modern family’s child care needs would require a very large canvas. From changes in the economy to shifting family structures, numerous factors have impacted children’s increasingly diverse needs.
WFRC Receives Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce Salute to Business Award
The Twin City Quarter and the Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce recently presented their Salute to Business Award to Child Care Resource Center. Gena Puckett, Katura Jackson and Suzanne Isenberg accepted the award recently at a special presentation luncheon at...
Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Early Childhood Initiative Aims at Better Understanding Community’s Needs
Written by Arika Herron, Winston-Salem Journal | The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announced its next round of grant funding goals Tuesday for work to improve early childhood education in Forsyth County. The trust has committed up to $3 million to Great Expectations annually. This new round of funding for the trust’s Great Expectations initiative will continue its commitment to early childhood development but with a more nuanced focus, driven by a months-long effort to better understand the community’s needs and capacity.