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Supporting Education

for Tomorrow’s Leaders

CHCF combines education, capacity-building, and advocacy to strengthen the support system and continuum of learning for children and youth

CHCF Community Programs and Services

CHCF combines education, capacity-building and advocacy to strengthen the support system and continuum of learning for children and youth

Early Care & Education

The Early Care and Education Institute provides culturally-informed, bilingual professional development to Family Child Care educators

Youth Development

We provide culturally-informed, community-based academic and enrichment programs in elementary, middle and high schools

Community Empowerment

Identifying leaders in our local communities

Policy & Advocacy

Working for progressive legislation around access to education

Family Child Care Network

Support and enhance the existing strengths of family child care

Our After-School Programs seamlessly extend the school day

That means more time to study, create, work, and learn. We strive to help students be more successful and put them on a long-term path to stay in school.


September 23, 2022 in Blog & News, Press Release

CHCF Stands in Solidarity With Puerto Rico After the Devastation of Hurricane Fiona

Earlier this week, Puerto Rico and other islands in the Caribbean were disastrously struck by Hurricane Fiona. As of Thursday, over a million people in…
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September 12, 2022 in Blog & News, News, Press Release

City & State Names CHCF CEO Ramon Peguero, ESQ, One of New York’s Most Influential Latino Leaders

NEW YORK — Each year, City & State New York names 100 of New York's most influential Latino leaders. This year, we're proud to announce…
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September 6, 2022 in Blog & News, News

CHCF CEO Ramon Peguero, ESQ, Interviewed on CBS News

NEW YORK -- Parents continue to face difficulties finding day care in areas where options are limited. Last month, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced nearly $17…
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