Make a difference today
It takes all types of people and skills to improve the quality of care and education in Central Indiana. We could use your help, whether you’re a spreadsheet whiz, networking expert, copy-making queen, or prefer to just open your wallet or donate in-kind gifts. Consider these ways to get involved with Child Care Answers today.
It feels really good to be able to use my skills to help Child Care Answers. In my day-to-day work, I don't always get a chance to see the impact of what I do, but I see immediately how my contribution helps CCA. It's so rewarding to add my expertise alongside of the financial donation I make each month.
Volunteer and Donor
Partner with us
As a partner, the families we hope to help are often the families that you hope to help. Working together, we can connect those we serve and learn more about amplifying one another’s services. We can help in a number of ways. Read More
Volunteers will receive orientation to Child Care Answers, in addition to position-specific training. Our Volunteer page lists our most common needs for volunteers, but please feel free to contact us if you are available to offer assistance outside of the areas listed. Locations and days vary according to position - contact us to learn more. Read More
Your voice, along with the voices of others, can make a huge impact in early care and education. It may feel overwhelming to try to make a difference on your own - there are many advocacy groups that would welcome your passion and elbow grease for the “cause” of improved early childhood education. Read More
As we begin our journey as an independent organization, we always appreciate both your time and your treasure. We thank you in advance for helping fund our future goals for Central Indiana's families. Donate
Provide In-Kind Donations
If you or your company can provide donations of products, services, or gift cards, we can always use them for our fairs, families, or child care providers. Contact Us
Tips for Engaging Your Community
Our Early Learning Matters guide highlights individual needs for early care and education in your county, with actions to consider and examples of community success.
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