Quality Care for Children

COVID-19 Impact

A NAEYC survey reported in April 2020 that 61% of child care programs were completely closed in Georgia. Of providers who are still open, 85% were operating at less than 25% capacity.

Emergency Fund

Quality Care for Children will be able to increase their resources to support family child care providers as part of the PAACT Fund for Quality Stabilization, a city-wide alliance focused on improving outcomes for birth to age five populations in Atlanta. To ensure the network of family child care homes for low-income families have the financial resources they need to weather the crisis and reopen, they are providing 30-40 providers grants of $6,000-$8,000.

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A Look Back at Home-based Child Care in 2022 and Our Hope for 2023

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The Love’s Baked In: Holiday Foods Nurture a Child’s Belly and Soul

The holidays are a time when many people gather around meals to celebrate the season. Home-based child care providers dish up an extra helping of love with celebratory treats and traditions.
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Home Grown Is Growing Up: We Are Three!