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🚸 Tri-Share Child Care Pilot Program: A Collaborative Solution for Working Families


The Tri-Share Child Care Pilot Program is set to revolutionize childcare accessibility in North Carolina through a public/private partnership. This initiative aims to alleviate the financial strain of childcare by distributing costs equally among employers, eligible employees, and the state.


Why it matters: Launching this year, this program promises to be a game-changer for working families, employers, and childcare providers alike. By providing access to high-quality, affordable childcare services, it not only supports working parents but also enhances employee productivity and retention rates.


As a member of our business community, your organization has the opportunity to play a vital role in this initiative.

There are various ways for businesses to get involved, whether through financial contributions, employee engagement initiatives, or promotional support.


The North Carolina Partnership for Children, Inc. (NCPC), in collaboration with the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE), will oversee the pilot program's implementation. Key components include regional hubs, funding allocation, eligibility criteria, and hub responsibilities, all designed to ensure the program's success.

  • If you are interested in learning more or discussing potential partnership opportunities, visit their website here.

  • Together, we can create a brighter future for our workforce and our communities.

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