North Fulton Child Development Association Inc

Rating: 4.91 stars   56 reviews

Issues: Children & Youth, Education

Location: 89 Grove Way Roswell GA 30075 USA

Mission: The CDA''s mission is: To enable to preschool children of low-income, working families to make a great start toward a bright future by providing affordable childcare and early learning education programs.
Target demographics: Children (ages 1-5) with low-income, working parents in metro-Atlanta.
Direct beneficiaries per year: ~500
Geographic areas served: Metro-Atlanta
The CDA provides two state-funded Pre-Kindergarten classrooms with the following goals:
1. Promote the cognitive, social and physical development of young children
2. Prepare children for academic and social success in school and in life
3. Provide Extended Care for full-time working parents
2014 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

Two things stand out to me about the CDA: the quality of their programs and the quality of the people who lead and run them. The CDA is an exemplary organization doing really important work in North Fulton County. Their investment into the children of low-income families is valuable now. But the real value will be experienced years from now. They are changing the trajectory of the lives of the kids they serve, giving them a strong educational and developmental head start. Not only that, but they are equipping the parents to do the same.

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Role: Professional with expertise in this field
Rating: 5 stars  

CDA is a benchmark in excellence for providing high-quality child care to low-income children at risk for academic and social struggles if not for its focus on early literacy and pre-school education for its youngest citizens.

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