Working parents and especially essential workers are facing an extraordinarily challenging time right now. As an essential worker, Sophia applied for and received financial assistance for child care from CRC at a time when she needed it the most:
There are many more working mothers like Sophia who are waiting for assistance so that they can go back to work. Unfortunately, the government-funded program to assist essential workers is ending and we need help in order to continue supporting them. Economic recovery will not be possible without affordable child care for working families.
Parents and caregivers are feeling anxious, isolated, and exhausted every day. With your support, we will provide individualized assistance to parents and caregivers that meet their unique needs. Together we can become the lifeline that they need right now.
Caregivers and families are terrified and desperate, but we are here to help them. By supporting us you are supporting them and giving them a lifeline during these uncertain times. THANK YOU!
CRC in the news:
April 20, 2020: North Bay Business Journal Child Care After Corona Virus
CRC Press Releases:
December 28, 2020: CRC Disburses $1million in grants to local child care programs
November 6, 2020: CRC Announces Creation of Child Care Stabilization Fund
April 28, 2020: CRC Launches Emergency Child Care Program