Child’s Path receives $45,000 grant from Florida Blue Foundation

Florida Blue Foundation has awarded Child’s Path a $45,000 grant. The funds will support critical initiatives for teachers, including trauma and resiliency resources, as well as Child’s Path Bright Paths Scholarships for eligible working families, classroom supplies and more to ensure the growth and development of the children in the nonprofit’s early learning programs. “We […]

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Child’s Path receives $35,000 grant from Collier Community Foundation 

Collier Community Foundation has awarded Child’s Path a $35,000 grant for nutritious take-home snacks for children attending Child’s Path Moorings (Naples) and Child’s Path Santa Barbara (Golden Gate) centers. “We are so grateful for the financial support from the Collier Community Foundation to assist our families in providing the proper nutrition for their children during […]

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Child’s Path receives $15,000 donation from the United Way of Collier and the Keys

The United Way of Collier and the Keys has awarded Child’s Path a $15,000 donation for its Bright Paths Scholarship Program, which provides tuition assistance to at-risk and underserved children, birth to age five, to attend Child’s Path early learning programs.  “We are very grateful for this partnership and support of our scholarship program, which helps many […]

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Child’s Path receives $20,000 grant from the League Club

The Community Trust Fund of The League Club, Inc., has awarded Child’s Path a $20,000 grant for supplies to support its Bright Paths Resiliency Program, which provides curriculum, tools, and teacher training to help at-risk children overcome trauma and challenges, so they are able to focus on learning, growth, and development. Child’s Path was one of […]

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Child’s Path Announces Appointment of Bill Robinson to Board of Directors 

Child’s Path today announced the appointment of Bill Robinson to the Child’s Path Board of Directors. Mr. Robinson will also serve as a member of the Marketing & Development Committee. “We are pleased to welcome Bill Robinson to the Child’s Path Board,” said Heather Singleton, chief executive officer of Child’s Path. “Bill brings deep experience […]

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Can investing in early childhood education beat stock market returns?

Investing in the first five years of a child’s life is much more critical than many people realize—and significant research supports it, according to Aaron Sojourner, a labor economist, researcher, and associate professor at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. In an interview with Child’s Path, Sojourner says that we ask the most […]

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