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Arthrex, Inc. Donates to Collier Child Care Resources, Inc.
This contribution from Arthrex will help the children at Collier Child Care Resources NCEF Early Childhood Development Center located at Edison State College, Collier Campus and the two A Step Up Programs at Golden Gate and Immokalee High Schools.
CCCR operates three child care centers: The NCEF Early Childhood Development Center located on the campus of Edison State College, Collier Campus and two A Step Up programs located at Golden Gate High School and Immokalee High Schools for the children of teen parents. In addition, CCCR offers training classes and continuing education for early learning professionals.
Arthrex is one of the first 20 members to join the “CCCR Business 100,” and therefore, will be named a Founding Member of the group. The CCCR Business 100 is an exclusive group of local businesses which supports Collier Child Care Resources’ mission and programs by providing scholarships for the children of working parents who cannot afford child care on their own and supplies and equipment to support CCCR’s programs that serve children of teen moms who are determined to graduate from high school. The cost of a membership for the CCCR Business 100 is $500 for one year.
For more information regarding Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. or the CCCR Business 100 program, call 239-643-3908 or visit www.collierchildcare.org.
About Collier Child Care Resources, Inc.
Collier Child Care Resources, Inc., (CCCR), is a private, non-profit child care agency that serves children, families and early learning professionals. We have had offices in Collier County since 1991 and expanded our offices to include Immokalee in 2001. In May, 2008, our focus became Collier County specific and officially became Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. Our mission is to support the needs of Collier County's children, families and early learning professionals by providing high quality education, resources and child care services. In addition, we offer training for early childhood professionals. The agency must rely on generous donations and volunteer efforts from members of the community, corporations and foundations to build and maintain programs that make a difference to low-income children. Collier Child Care Resources, Inc. is a United Way agency. To learn more or to make a donation, visit www.collierchildcare.org or call (239) 643-3908.