First Steps is here: Enhancing the quality of home-based child care - SC First Steps

First Steps is here: Enhancing the quality of home-based child care

Lisa McFadden knew that opening a child care center in her Lake City home would be a challenge. She needed furniture, materials and training. To be licensed, she would need to meet rigorous health and safety requirements. But she also recognized the need in her community for safe, reliable child care. Florence County First Steps provided Lisa quality enhancement services to help her build and sustain high-quality programs for infants, toddlers and preschool children. Florence County First Steps helped Lisa every step of the way, providing the support she needed to grow her business and serve her community.

Your donation ensures that more children have access to safe, high-quality child care and that more parents can work and support their families. Donate now to support home-based child care providers like Lisa and make a life-changing impact on the lives of children and families across our state.

Topics: Local Partnerships, Early Care and Education

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