Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit Helps Providers and Tax Payers

November 18, 2016

Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC) recently released a video describing the mutual benefits to Colorado child care programs and taxpayers offered through the Child Care Contribution Tax Credit (CCTC). This video shows the benefits of the credit and features ELV’s own Tim Garcia. View the video here.    

Sue Renner’s Article in Exchange Magazine Features ELV

November 2, 2016

Sue Renner, Executive Director of Merage Foundations, was recently published in Exchange Magazine promoting shared child care services in early childhood education. Shared services in early childhood education gives providers more time to focus on the quality of care. Sue describes the strong benefits of early child care providers using shared services models, specifically when using the Hybrid Model created and implemented by ELV. The ELV model helps… Read more »

How ELV’s Resource Platform is Benefiting Students at Arapahoe Community College

October 14, 2016

By Guest Blogger, Kristin Habicht, Department Chair of Early Childhood Education, Arapahoe Community College I wanted to share a unique partnership that we at Arapahoe Community College have enjoyed for a couple of years with Early Learning Ventures (ELV). As you may know, ELV is a non-profit designed to support child care providers in business operations. They have a variety… Read more »

Little Angels Achieves Four Star Colorado Shines Rating

September 7, 2016

Little Angels was one of the very first six pilot sites for Early Learning Ventures when it began back in 2009. Since then, they have worked and dedicated their time and efforts into streamlining their businesses practices and investing in their programs to raise the level of quality of care to meet the needs of the children and families they… Read more »

ELV Supports Cooking Matters Classes By Providing Free Child Care

August 4, 2016

On June 23, seven families from across Arapahoe County began attending Cooking Matters classes and while their parents were taking classes, Early Learning Ventures provided child care to the children to remove the cost of child care and encourage attendance. Cooking Matters is a national campaign which has served more than 265,000 low-income families across the U.S. since its inception… Read more »

A Story About Peaches: A Family Child Care Provider’s Story

July 28, 2016

A note from Jen Freed, Owner, Lil Peaches Home Childcare Finding the perfect peach is tough. To tell you a little bit about my family and myself…I’ve been married 16 years and have four children. Two older girls, 22 and 19, and after 14 years of waiting, we had another child, DJ, who is 2 years old. We also adopted our… Read more »

Request for Proposals: ELV Return on Investment Study

July 13, 2016

Early Learning Ventures (ELV) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for qualified individuals or firms to conduct a return on investment study of the ELV model. Interested parties are encouraged to read through the RFP and submit their proposal by the August 12th deadline. The full RFP can be found here.                … Read more »

EHS Reflections

June 10, 2016

A Shared Services Approach to the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships: Reflections on One Year of Implementation  A little over one year ago, Early Learning Ventures (ELV) received an Early Head Start–Child Care (EHS–CC) Partnership grant to support vulnerable children and families in underserved areas across Colorado. Although not a Head Start grantee at the time, the vision was to use… Read more »

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