Making a difference for 207,000 children!
Pictured is a parent helping her child learn through play at one of 4C’s nine Play & Learn groups. This is just one of the ways that 4C is able to support the adults who care for children and make a difference in the lives of 207,000 children annually.
The following outcomes were reported in 4C's 2015 Annual Report.
|9,810||Families served through child care referrals and parent education|
|93%||Percentage of parents who learned something new that supports children’s development and readiness to learn after attending a parent education event|
|2,377||Families reached through the Strengthening Families Initiative in six counties (Hamilton, Butler, Warren and Montgomery in Ohio and Boone and Kenton in Northern Kentucky)|
|1,512||Workshops/courses delivered to early childhood professionals|
|20,653||Attendees in 4C workshops/courses|
|828||Students enrolled in 4C online learning courses|
|3,827||Coaching/technical assistance visits to 421 child care programs|
Child care providers who completed 4C Child Development (CDA) Preparation Program, the first critical step in improving program quality
|2,930||Child care providers in 4C database and available for referrals|
|443||Family child care providers enrolled in 4C Child Nutrition Program|
|2 million||Nutritious meals served through the 4C Child Nutrition Program|
|$2,389,884||Community support (includes non-governmental and non-United Way gifts and multi-year pledges committed in 2015)|