News and Events

Child’s Path Receives $35,000 Grant from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation

The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation has awarded Child’s Path a $35,000 grant to help our organization provide partial scholarships to the children of low-income, working parents who struggle to afford childcare. These scholarships give at-risk and underserved children access to high-quality early education, which prepares them for kindergarten and later academic success. Child’s Path […]

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ARTober – Buy the art you love while supporting Child’s Path!

The Harmon-Meek Gallery has declared October is now ARTober in an effort to help nonprofits including Child’s Path raise some unrestricted revenue! During the month of ARTober, they will donate 10% of the purchase price of ANY work of art in their current inventory of over 30 established American artists. For this month only, that beautiful artwork […]

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Child’s Path Receives $10,000 Grant from Suncoast Credit Union

Child’s Path is pleased to announce that Suncoast Credit Union has awarded us a $10,000 grant to help provide partial scholarships for child care and high-quality early education to the children of low-income, working parents in Collier County. These scholarships give at-risk children access to high-quality early learning, which prepares them for kindergarten and later […]

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A great achievement for Child’s Path

Child’s Path Moorings and Santa Barbara both recently submitted validation packets to the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs.  Accreditation shows that a center achieves and continuously maintains the highest standards in an early childhood educational environment! The Directors of these centers have been working hard over the past year to accomplish […]

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Helping Teen Parents Graduate

“My name is Maria Domingo, and I am a graduating senior and a teenage mom. I go to Immokalee High School Teenage Parent Program (TAPP) which is a program run by Child’s Path. I’m the second in my family to graduate high school. There are six of us, and my dream was to walk across […]

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Through the Fire

Louisa was working many long hours as a first responder while attending nursing school when she enrolled her daughter, Mariela, at Child’s Path. Despite working a lot, she was having a hard time making ends meet financially. She applied for–and was granted–a partial scholarship for her daughter. Things were finally looking up. Then, just before […]

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