Letter, Jan. 9-12: PC Tots is grateful for community’s support during pandemic
Grateful for support
At PC Tots, we believe that every family in our community should have access to high-quality, affordable child care. PC Tots is not only important for the well-being of our working families, but also for the economic viability of our community. PC Tots has a critical mission of having a diverse socio-economic and cultural blend of children, leading to rich community building and social equity from a young age. We are currently serving children ages infant to 5 years old in two centers Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The child care sector has been hit hard by COVID-19 and in order to continue providing child care, PC Tots renovated aspects of both its centers in order to comply with new health and safety guidelines. The number of children allowed in our centers decreased, skewing our teacher-to-child ratio, which also increased our costs. Because of these changes, PC Tots needed financial assistance and is grateful for the grants recently received for COVID relief and child subsidies. Our heartfelt thanks to the state of Utah, Park City Municipal, Summit County, Zutty/Trachtenburg Family Foundation, Marian E. Davis and David R. Parker Foundation, Vail EpicPromise grant and the Promontory Foundation. Because of your generosity we are able to continue to provide quality child care for children so their parents can go to work.
PC Tots board of directors
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