2021 Corporate Citizenship and Giving Guide: Child Care Resource Center

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20001 Prairie Street, Chatsworth CA, 91311

(818) 717-1000

[email protected]

ccrcca.org

Twitter: @ CCRC4KIDS

Instagram: ccrc4kids

Facebook: ccrc4kids

Established in 1976

DIRECTION
Executive leadership
Dr Michael Olenick
President and CEO
Ellen Cervantes
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Denise trinh
CFO
Shirley cameron
Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Roger Gagnon
Vice-president and CIO
Donna Sneeringer
Chief Strategy Officer


Board of directors

Edouard Colline
Geotechnologies


Peter Wang
Integrated Media Technologies Inc.


Griselda De Mel
Mission Valley Bank


Anthony Peña

Wells Fargo Bank


Adrien stern
Clumeck Stern Schenkelberg & Getzoff


Rita Garcia-Acuna
Meloni Hribal Tratner, srl


Joannie Busillo-Aguayo
CSUN


Dale anderson
Venbrook Insurance Services, LLC


Rabbi Lisa Bock

Life Cycle Service Manager, Teacher, Lecturer, Mussar Facilitator


Alma Cortes

Pierce College of Los Angeles


Karen davis
Professional in the management of organizations


Jeffrey S. Goodfried
Freeman Freeman & Smiley LLP


Michelle L. Hamilton
Preschool representative


Shelia jones
Premier America Credit Union


La Quenta Martin
P3 life


Geneva Miranda
Preschool representative


Adam pilder
Providence Tarzana Foundation


Dean A. Rocco
Wilson elser


Jeriel C. Smith, Esq.
Litigation lawyer, retired


Michelle torres
National TV distribution of Warner Bros.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) cultivates the well-being of the child, family and community.


SERVICE AREA
North Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County


QUICK FACTS
What percentage of total revenue goes to the cause (after operating expenses)?
92%


WHAT HAS BEEN YOUR LARGEST RECENT COMMUNITY IMPACT?
We have responded to urgent and pandemic needs of clients while maintaining existing service delivery. We ensured essential workers had childcare services and distributed essentials, including cleaning supplies, food, diapers and formula.


FIELDS OF FUNDING
As the 2021 holidays approach, our efforts are aimed at ensuring that children in our community have an age-appropriate book and toy. Parents, child care providers and children always struggle.
We want to make sure that we make the holidays a little brighter for many children who would otherwise go without.


GIVE OPPORTUNITIES
Holiday Diary and Toy Drive – Adopt a Family
$ 25 for a family with 1 child
$ 50 for a family with 2 children
$ 75 for a family with 3 children
Every family “adopted” through our holiday event is actively involved in CPAB programs and every child will receive:
• 1 age-appropriate toy
• 1 age-appropriate book
• 1 family board game
• 1 bag of fruits and vegetables
• 1 pack of diapers (if necessary)
• 1 bag of personal protection supplies

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