Programs for Children Ages 0 – 5

Future of America Learning Center (FALC)

For Ages 18 Months – 5 Years

Early childhood center provides full day of age-appropriate learning activities and play. Read More »

Cultural Arts Program (CAP)

For Ages 5 – 17

Weekend cultural and academic programs are available for the children of members who work weekends. Various providers offer a variety of enriching classes in recreational sports, academics, and visual and performing arts. Read More »

Cultural Arts Stipend Program (CASP)

For Ages 5 – 17

Weekend program for children of members who work weekends. Read More »

Day Care Voucher Program

For Ages 0 – 5

If your child is newborn to five years of age, you may be eligible to be reimbursed for year-round, full-time day care or babysitting services. Read More »

Holiday Program

For Ages 3 – 15

The CCF Program gives your children a one-week learning experience and covers your workday child care needs at the same time. Register your children this fall for our Holiday Program, which takes place during school breaks. Read More »

Summer Day Camp (SDC)

For Ages 3 – 17

The Child Care Funds contract with summer day camp providers in the greater New York metropolitan area to provide eligible children with a summer camp experience for only a nominal co-payment. Read More »

Summer Day Camp Voucher

For Ages 3 – 17

To ensure that the children of members living in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Upstate New York and Long Island have the chance to experience the joys of summer camp, we offer a Summer Day Camp Voucher. You may use the voucher only for day camps that are licensed or registered by the city, county, or state. This benefit also applies to children who require special accommodations based on dietary or religious restrictions. Read More »

Special Needs Summer Day Camp (SNSDC)

For Ages 3 – 17

If your child has special needs, we’ll subsidize summer day camp at the special needs site of your choice. You must indicate the name of the camp and the type of special need your child has on your application. Read More »