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Interview with Parent Advocate Addresses Rising Child Care Costs

October 1, 2014
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Efuru Lynch of California is a working mother and a parent advocate for affordable, accessible child care. She is a strong proponet for child care policies that met the diverse needs of middle- and low-income families and satisfy children's need for a stable, nurturing provider.

Working Families across the Nation Visit Capitol Hill to Raise Awareness on Child Care Issues

September 24, 2014
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Families will meet with policymakers in Washington D.C. to voice concerns and advocate for improved child care options during Child Care Aware® of America’s first-ever Family Advocacy Summit.

 

NACCRRA Launches New Program Providing Free Respite Care to Marine Corps Families with Children with Special Needs

December 17, 2007

ARLINGTON, VA - The National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) has partnered with the U.S. Marine Corps to launch a new program that will provide respite care to Marine Corps families with children with special needs. NACCRRA Exceptional Family Member Program Respite Care (EFMP Respite Care) will initially launch in San Diego, California, and will serve Marine Corps families in the Greater San Diego area. Additional NACCRRA EFMP Respite Care launches will take place throughout the United States after the New Year.

Anonymous Donor Provides $100,000 Challenge Grant to Child Care: Donation Fuels National Non-Profit's Work with Families

May 29, 2007

ARLINGTON, VA - An anonymous donor from the metro-DC area recently granted the National Association of Child Care Resource & Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) a challenge: The donor will match each dollar, up to $100,000, donated to NACCRRA. This donation will enable NACCRRA to expand its programs to ensure that families in every local community have access to high-quality, affordable child care.

New Report: Child Care Fees More Expensive for Families than Housing

February 1, 2006

Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) has released Breaking the Piggy Bank: Parents and the High Price of Child Care, an extensive nationwide survey of child care prices. The report finds that parents across the United States are struggling to meet the high cost of child care. Many families face a Catch-22. They need to work to support their families. They rely on child care to go to work.

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