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The Long Beach Day Nursery is affiliated with the following organizations:

USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program
The Long Beach Day Nursery Child Care Center participates in the United States Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. To ensure access to the program by children within our community, we are required to notify the media in our service areas of our participation in the program. Please use this information as a free Public Service Announcement.

California Department of Education
The Long Beach Day Nursery receives major funding from the California Department of Education for child development and nutrition program to assist local families in need.

City of Long Beach Community Development Department
The Community Development Department seeks to advance Long Beach and its people by proactively enhancing and maintaining housing opportunities; promoting quality neighborhoods and caring neighbors; and encouraging a strong economic base through job development and employer support.

California Association for the Education of Young Children
The purpose of CAEYC is to serve and act on behalf of the needs and rights of young children with primary focus on the provision of educational services and resources to adults who work with and for children from birth through age eight.

The Long Beach Early Childhood Education Committee
The mission of the department is to further the early care and education of all children in Long Beach by enhancing the quality of services; building capacity to meet the needs of families; and expanding the base of resources.

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
The NAEYC is the nation’s largest and most influential organization of early childhood educators and others dedicated to improving the quality of programs for children from birth through third grade.

Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP)
Los Angeles Universal Preschool is an independent public benefit corporation, created in 2004 and funded by First 5 LA - the commission established by Proposition 10. LAUP’s goal is to make voluntary, high-quality preschool available to every 4-year-old in Los Angeles County, regardless of their family’s income by 2016.

California Child Development Administrators Association (CCDAA)
CCDAA provides and develops leadership that supports publicly funded early care and education programs for children from birth to 13 and their families.

Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership (LBNP)
The mission of the Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership is to impact the Greater Long Beach community by strengthening nonprofit organizations through leadership, education and collaboration.

First 5 L.A.
First 5 LA is a unique child-advocacy organization created by California voters to invest tobacco tax revenues in programs for improving the lives of children in Los Angeles County, from prenatal through age 5. 

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