Born after the passage of the U.S. Equal Rights Act, Child Care Resources started in 1972 as woman started to enter the workforce in large numbers. The USDA Child Care Food Program was new, and so were day care centers. By 1991, the organization had grown to 51 child care centers--many of which are still operating today.
As leaders in our industry, Child Care Resources is the largest, most experienced organization of its type in the country. As an anti-hunger organization, we are well aware that there's a lot of work still to do. One third of Virginia children are overweight or obese. This number has tripled in a generation.
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