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Opinion: Ohio cannot abandon kids who need child care

Cincinnati Enquirer At Cincinnati Preschool Promise, our mission is to ensure that every Cincinnati child – regardless of their race, their family’s income, or the ZIP code they live in – has access to high-quality early education so that they are prepared for kindergarten and beyond. The importance of giving... View Article

New SBA Loans & Grants

There are some new financial supports that child care programs who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for. The U.S. Small Business Administration has opened applications for new loans and grants. Please see the resources below that include webinar recordings and links to information that can walk you... View Article

Dr. O’Dell Owens heads Cincinnati Preschool Promise Board

CPP welcomes Dr. H. James Williams to the Board of Managers CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Preschool Promise (CPP) announces Dr. O’Dell Moreno Owens is elected to serve as Chairman of the nonprofit’s Board of Managers.  Dr. Owens has served on the CPP board since 2018.  He succeeds the Reverend Michael J.... View Article

Cincinnati Preschool Promise Budget Hearing

Please join us for our Public Budget Hearing on July 18 at 6:30 P.M, North Avondale Recreation Center, 617 Clinton Springs, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45229. Attached is a link with detailed information Cincinnati Preschool Promise Public Budget Hearing

Search for New Executive Director Begins

CINCINNATI PRESCHOOL PROMISE SEEKS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Qualified applicants must apply by July 19, 2019 The search is underway for a new executive director for Cincinnati Preschool Promise (CPP), the initiative to expand high quality preschool for 3 and 4-year-olds in the City of Cincinnati. The search committee is being... View Article

Six ways Cincinnati Preschool Promise supports local families

It’s amazing to think that only two years ago, Cincinnati Preschool Promise was a growing movement – a dream that gained city-wide support from incredible community and partners. Cincinnati made history when it overwhelmingly supported Issue 44 and the belief that local children deserve a strong start to school and... View Article

Check out our first-ever Annual Report to the Community!

We are thrilled to release our first-ever annual report, sharing key data points, successes and lessons learned from the 2017-18 school year. “We made tremendous progress in the first year, but we know there is still work to do,” Executive Director Shiloh Turner said. “We are excited to launch an annual report... View Article