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For Kids Only Afterschool, Revere

Children's Investment Fund
Building Stronger Centers Training Institute, 2018

Commonwealth Workforce Coalition
Catholic Charities, Lynn

Welcome

All children deserve the opportunity to learn and develop in well-designed learning spaces. We all understand that clean, safe and healthy environments are an important component of successful teaching and learning.

For over 25 years, Children’s Investment Fund has been providing technical expertise and financing to non-profit child care centers planning to improve or expand their facilities. Our primary goal is to increase the supply and quality of child care facilities in Massachusetts. We offer high quality training programs, access to professional consultants and funding to pay for predevelopment expenses, acquisition of property and permanent financing.

We are excited to share with you our website. If you are a non-profit organization, we look forward to helping you turn your vision of high quality space into a reality.

Theresa Jordan
Director of Children's Facilities Finance
Peg Sprague
Board President, Children's Investment Fund
“This process has been long and hard but completely worthwhile. Our building at 58 Berkeley Street is complete and is an amazing facility. I would like to thank the Children's Investment Fund. We could not have done this without their support.”
Leo DelaneyCEO, Ellis Memorial
Announcements
  • Working Together to Invest in High-Quality Early Education and Care

    At INSITES this week, Amy O’Leary – a member of the Children’s Investment Fund Board of Directors and the current director of Early Education for All, a campaign of Strategies for Children – shares why she believes in working together to advocate for high-quality early education and care facilities across the Commonwealth. Read INSITES

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Cost of early child care is unsustainable
The Boston Globe / Dec 05, 2019
Two recent articles (“In academia, a caste system for parents,” Page A1, Dec. 1; “Poor workers struggling with a child-care debt trap,” Page A1, Dec. 2) demonstrate that parents at ever...