Childcare helps companies thrive.

Creating access to childcare for employees isn't a social good opportunity — it’s a business opportunity,

Pre-COVID Facts

$3 billion

is lost annually by businesses due to employee breakdowns in childcare

1 in 3

parents have missed work due to a lack of access to childcare.
Source: U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation

How can companies support their working parents?

Offer Subsidized Costs & Backup Care
Cover your employees’ waitlist and deposit fees and get access to backup care solutions at high-quality small business childcare providers across the region.
Working Parent and Caregiver Support Guide
A practical guide helping businesses support their working parents and caregivers in a pandemic. Created in partnership with leaders from Rover, Zillow, Remitly, and more.
Childcare has always been both in short supply and incredibly expensive. Because childcare can be hard to access and afford, millions of families across the U.S. have been leaving the workforce every few years. our goal is to change the situation for working families.

Many organizations and the community wants to help, but doesn't know what working parents and childcare providers need. So we're collecting this data to help everyone make the best decisions on behalf of their community and employees. Invite your employees to take the survey.
Parents - Take the Survey
A Project in Partnership With
In partnership with LegUp, ParentMap, Satterberg Foundation and Seattle Credit Union