Quality child care is
essential to community parents. Local businesses are well supported
by employees who can go to work knowing their children are not only
well taken care of, but learning and growing. Their programs are
accredited by the National Accreditation Commission.
United Way funds
to offset the loss of income for children that are enrolled through
foster care situations with the Department of Child and Family
In the event of a family’s financial hardship, CCC has set up a
United Way Scholarship for families in need. Liberty Canady,
Director of Christian Child Care states, “United Way funds help
Christian Child Care serve all families no matter their situation.
This allows all children to have access to quality care and rich
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Your Support Matters!
Because this community supports The United
Way of Logan County, Illinois, children have
opportunities to live healthy, busy lives. Seniors can remain active
and in their own homes. Families can
prosper and recover from tragedy. Together we are doing what no one
person or organization can do alone.
Thank you for making a difference.
The United Way of Logan County]