The Art of Early Learning
We strengthen and enrich the lives of underserved children and families in Collier County through high quality early childhood education.
- Provide scholarships for children ages birth to 5 years old to ensure access and school readiness
- Emphasize the arts and nature through experiential learning
- Encourage children’s innate ability to develop cognitive, physical and social-emotional skills
- Engage families to assure their children’s future success
Making an Impact
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Join us in welcoming our Executive Director Heather Singleton.
Dear Friends of Child’s Path,
It is with great pleasure that I announce that Child’s Path has appointed a new Executive Director. After a rigorous four-month process conducted by the Executive Search Committee, I am excited to share that Heather Singleton has been named Child’s Path’s new Executive Director. Child’s Path gives underserved local children a path to a brighter future by providing access to high-quality early education through scholarship assistance to low-income, working families. Heather has dedicated her career to it with over 18 years of experience in the field.
We believe that all children deserve equal access to affordable, high quality early education and childcare to help them achieve their full potential in school and life.
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Why Support Us
Child’s Path aims to stop the cycle of poverty. 75% of children who enter kindergarten without reaching their developmental milestones will never catch up. This exponentially increases the risk these children will later drop out of high school, become a teen parent or not attend college. With your help, we’re changing the futures of thousands of children by providing:
We operate four early learning centers in areas with the greatest need.
We give partial scholarships to at-risk and underserved children.
We use an innovative educational philosophy called Reggio Emilia.