Work Family Resource Center announces new name

Work Family Resource Center announces new name
June 07
09:20 2018

Work Family Resource Center hosted its eighth annual Children’s Champion Award Luncheon and announced a new name.

After serving the community for 27 years under the name “Work Family Resource Center,” the organization announced its new name – “Child Care Resource Center” – along with a new logo.

During the luncheon, the organization also announced its new location, in the Loewy Building at 500 W. Fourth St. The group will be hosting an open house for the public on 4:30-6:30 p.m. on June 21.

Katura Jackson, executive director, said on April 10, at the Forsyth Country Club:

“The name Child Care Resource Center better reflects the important work that we do. We connect families to quality child care, provide professional development opportunities to child care providers, and educate the community about the link between quality child care/early learning experiences and school preparedness. Our new logo represents connection – we connect families to child care, we connect child care providers to professional development training, and we are a connector in the community regarding the importance of quality child care and its impact on a child’s future.”

Two Children’s Champions were honored at the event: Joe Crocker, director of the Local Impact in Forsyth County program at the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and Daisy Rodriguez-Besse, director of Childhood Hunger Programs at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina.

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