COVID-19: San Diego Essential Workers and At-Risk Populations Eligible To Enroll In Emergency Subsidized Child Care Services04/23/2020 - Category: CDA News Highlights
San Diego essential workers and at-risk populations may be eligible to enroll their children in emergency subsidized child care so they can continue to work and protect our community during the COVID-19 crisis.
The San Diego Emergency Child Care Task Force — 25 members from the region’s early childhood education, child care, and workforce communities — put forth a proposal last week calling for child care vouchers for essential medical workers and for local school districts to potentially re-open a limited number of care centers.
Child Development Associates (CDA) joins San Diego for Every Child (SDFEC) to announce that new funding is available to help San Diego essential workers, families, and child care providers impacted by the coronavirus, COVID-19, through a grant program under The San Diego COVID-19 Children’s Fund.
CDA is partnering with San Diego for Every Child – a coalition of seasoned champions, organizations, non-profits, and institutions committed to improving systems and structures to benefit all children in San Diego – to cut the experience of childhood poverty in San Diego County in half by 2030!
On Thursday, September 12, 2019 a few of our CDA staff and local community partners participated in our first Poverty Simulation. A Poverty Simulation is designed to increase awareness of what it is like to live in poverty and develop…
Child Development Associates (CDA) celebrated the conclusion of its annual fundraiser for their Preschool Literacy Program- “Storytime!” The event took place at Hilltop Child Development Center in Chula Vista. Over 40 guests attended, among them donors and community partners who were recognized for their commitment to CDA’s programs.
CDA and the California Food Policy Advocates met with Lucero Chavez, Field Representative for Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez to discuss the importance of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) for children, families, and child care providers.
In October 2018, Child Development Associates (CDA) was granted additional funding from the California Department of Education to enroll 524 children of low-income working parents who have been waiting for child care services but did not qualify to receive services through the CalWORKs child care funding.
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