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CCRC Hosts 6th Annual Family Play Day

CCRC Hosts 6th Annual Family Play Day

Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) brought San Bernardino parents, children, local child care providers and business owners together for a free community event, at their 6th Annual Family Play Day in San Bernardino, April 16th, 2019. Thanks to charitable sponsors, enthusiastic volunteers and a dedicated staff, CCRC was able to support the health, early education, and well-being of over 2,500 local families.

CCRC Promotes Learn Through Play With a New Field Hockey Grant

CCRC Promotes Learn Through Play With a New Field Hockey Grant

Los Angeles, CA – Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) received a grant to introduce field hockey to over 1,000 children and their families in Head Start programs across Northern Los Angeles County.

There's a New Conference in Town

There's a New Conference in Town

Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) is excited to announce the debut of our first ever conference, The IDEAL Conference 2019 at The Garland in North Hollywood, California on September 18 & 19, 2019.

The IDEAL Conference 2019 has it all! Inspiring speakers, panels and cutting edge workshops. You will hear from dynamic keynotes such as Shiza Shahid, Co-Founder of The Malala Fund & Founder of NOW Ventures, Justin Wolff, Chief Giving Officer at Yoobi, Warren Riley, President of NPO Solutions, and Lauryn Nwankpa, Head of Social Impact at Headspace. This line up is sure to knock you out your seats!

Dr. Michael Olenick, CCRC’s President & CEO, Responds to Governor Newsom’s Budget Proposal

Dr. Michael Olenick, CCRC’s President & CEO, Responds to Governor Newsom’s Budget Proposal

We applaud Governor Newsom’s initial Early Care and Education proposals and his increased focus on children and families. We especially applaud his comments about supporting two generation approaches for low income families.

CCRC Bridges the Holiday Hunger Gap

CCRC Bridges the Holiday Hunger Gap

Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) has pledged to distribute 5,000 bags with 20 or more non-perishable food items to children prior to the winter break from school. Research shows that 1 in 5 children go to bed hungry in California. During the holidays, many parents struggle even more to provide meals normally covered during traditional school hours. Therefore while many of us welcome the holidays as a nice, relaxing break from school or work, there are many families that don’t necessarily share the same outlook.

ELLEN CERVANTES WINS $10,000 IN LOS ANGELES HOMELESSNESS CHALLENGE

 ELLEN CERVANTES WINS $10,000 IN LOS ANGELES HOMELESSNESS CHALLENGE

Child Care Resource Center’s (CCRC) Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (COO), Ellen Cervantes, recently won the Ernst & Young Audience Award at the Los Angeles Homelessness Challenge Pitch Event. The $10,000 award will aid CCRC in their goal to provide quality child care services to LA’s homeless population with their “child care on wheels” concept.

We Celebrated Our 4th Annual Victorville Play Day

We Celebrated Our 4th Annual Victorville Play Day

Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) happily celebrated their 4th annual Victorville Play Day, November 17, 2018. Thanks to charitable sponsors, enthusiastic volunteers and a dedicated staff, CCRC was able to support the health, early education, and well-being for over a thousand of local Inland Empire families.

Breaking the Stigma!

Breaking the Stigma!

Mental health, an unspoken subject by so many but the reality is, each year millions of Americans face the matter of living with a mental health condition. Whether we struggle with it ourselves or we are indirectly affected through family members, platonic or professional relationships we should all be involved in the conversation surrounding mental health. Not only is our Family Well Being Department involved in the conversation, but we are working diligently to break the stigma and raise awareness about the reality of mental health.

Don’t Fold on this Opportunity!

Don’t Fold on this Opportunity!

Place your bet on Child Care Resource Center, as we help bridge the hunger holiday gap with our Hunger Free Holiday Poker Tournament. Grab your chips for Saturday, November 03, 2018 from 5-9 PM because this benefit poker tournament is meant to shed light on child hunger affecting California children during school break. It is our goal to make sure no child goes hungry this holiday season. 

CCRC partners with The Mother Company Foundation

CCRC partners with The Mother Company Foundation

Child Care Resource Center partners with The Mother Company Foundation in their efforts to reach more families about the importance of helping young children understand and express their feelings. A little Book About Feelings or Un Pequeño Libro Sobre Sentimientos! is the first in a series of bilingual children’s books by the Mother Company’s Samantha Kurtzman-Counter and Abbie Schiller.

 

Informed Voters are the best Voters

Informed Voters are the best Voters

The 2018 Midterm Election is just two months away. California voters will have the opportunity to elect both the next Governor and State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SSPI).

End of Legislative Session 2018

End of Legislative Session 2018

The California State Legislature reconvenes after Summer Recess this week. The second and third weeks of August will be crucial for our Government Relations team as legislative bills will be voted upon in each house’s Appropriations Committee. The bills must move on from the Appropriations Committees by August 17th in order to continue to the Assembly or Senate Floors. Bills with significant fiscal impact will be set aside to the Suspense File to be voted upon closer to the deadline.

CCRC Celebrates Child Care Providers Striving for Higher Education

CCRC Celebrates Child Care Providers Striving for Higher Education

Northern Los Angeles County, CA – Friday, July 26th 2018, Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) celebrated 60 child care providers from the San Fernando and Antelope Valleys, matriculating from the Family Child Care On-the-Job Training Program partnership they share with the Service Employees International Union's Early Educator Training Center (SETC).

Dr. Michael Olenick named as top influencer!

Dr. Michael Olenick named as top influencer!

We are pleased to announce the selection of our President & CEO, Michael Olenick, as one of the 2018 San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s 200 most influential leaders! The Valley 200 is an annual list that distinguishes leaders who have built successful businesses and organizations. Each influencer has positively impacted and shaped the San Fernando, Simi, Conejo, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys – where more than 1.75 million people call home!

Message from our President: State Budget and Family Separation at the Border

Message from our President: State Budget and Family Separation at the Border

We are only a few weeks into the 2018-2019 fiscal year and have received a signed budget from Governor Brown. It is very disappointing for me to report that after tireless and instrumental hours of committed work towards the #Billion4Babies campaign our ask was not met. We are not giving up, and this challenge fuels my drive and that of my colleagues as well.

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San Bernardino, CA 92408

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