SUPPORTING THE WORKFORCE OF TODAY

Corporate Partners

Working parents/guardians, employers, and child care providers need cross-sector solutions to ensure long-term child care needs are met for families and children. We welcome new conversations and creative collaborations with regional businesses and foundations to strengthen access and support for families in our community.
Together, We Impact the Future
Join us as a 2022 Sponsor
Sponsorships allow us to maintain quality and develop new programs and services for educators, children, and families – furthering our mission and deepening our impact for future generations. Contact Jordanne Otero to learn more.
Corporate Sponsorship Package

2022 SPONSORS

2022 IN-KIND SPONSORS

Employers: Taking an Active Role

Employer toolkit
Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day programs support the workforce of today while growing the workforce of tomorrow. For over 46 years, our strong reputation and demonstrated high-quality programming and professionalism have fueled our strategic growth.
HIGH QUALITY CHILD CARE
According to the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s report, The Business Case for High-Quality Child Care, “Lack of access to quality and affordable child care is a significant barrier that limits the supply of talent. Companies that take an active role in helping their employees secure these services generate billions of dollars a year in revenue due to increased workforce participation.
Maryland Family Network’s Counting our Losses report found that 49% of Maryland parents of children 5 years of age or younger report short-term disruptions to employment in the past 3 months because of issues with child care.
CHILD CARE AS AN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT
Many employers have made the shift to providing child care to employees or discounted child care as a part of their employee benefits package 69% of parents say that the cost of care has impacted their career decisions. Source: Workplace Survey 2015 25% of parents have switched jobs for better family benefits. Research has shown that this particular benefit has increased productivity and much success for companies who have included child care as an employee benefit.
Employees with access to child care benefits report an increase in work-life balance and engagement. KCE Fortune 100 Client Survey Providing child care support for your employees can significantly reduce turnover and absences. Source: Child Care Council, 2014.

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