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ChildCare Ventures

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General Agency Information
Name:ChildCare Ventures
Alternate Name(s):Community Ventures
Address:324 Front Street
Santa Cruz, CA  95060
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Primary Phone:831-460-2345
Website:www.scccu.org/our-community/our-community
Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:Monday-Friday, 9-5
Description:ChildCare Ventures is a program that was designed to ensure our local community has the necessary childcare programs working families desperately need.

We believe childcare programs must have access to business management training in order for local childcare facilities to keep pace with the rapid increase in demand. This includes access to technical assistance in facilities development, appropriate loan products, and land use and real estate assistance.

ChildCare Ventures is a program of SCCCU. It is a collaborative effort of the Central Coast Small Business Development Center, El Pajaro Community Development Corporation, Santa Cruz Community Ventures, the Human Resources Agency of Santa Cruz County, and Santa Cruz County Office of Education Child Development Resource Center.
Mission:The guiding mission of ChildCare Ventures is to: ensure childcare is considered a vital element of local community economic vitality; facilitate the development of childcare facilities as a part of the economic infrastructure, particularly in low-income neighborhoods, and; support childcare programs as sustainable enterprises.
Facilities:Staff can arrange meeting rooms.
Meetings:Semi-annual advisory meetings.
Languages other than English:Spanish
Accommodations for Disabled:Parking & Wheelchair Access
Public Transportation:Available Within One Block
Eligibility:Open to All
Fees:None
Areas Served:Santa Cruz County
Physical Location:Santa Cruz
Funding Source:Donations
Grants
 
Related Agencies
Parent Agency:Santa Cruz Community Credit Union
 
Subject Headings
 Business Loans
Community Development Financial Institutions
Community Development Issues
Community Economic Development
Private Nonprofits
Special Focus Community Economic Development
Technical Assistance Specializations
This record last modified January 24, 2014

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