Tips to Increase Enrollment in Lower-Income Communities During a Pandemic

We love helping all types of early childhood programs. But most often when we think of the type of child care program that ALL parents want, we think of high-quality education, pristine environments, and only the best of the best in supplies for the kiddos. Unfortunately in lower income areas these types of things are not always easy to pull off. 

Providing a child care center for a low-income community can be an amazing and rewarding experience.  Your center helps families feel safe, stable, and know that their children are receiving a quality education.

However, it can also be challenging. Communities with lower socioeconomic statuses have taken the hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. You may have noticed a drop in enrollment as parents struggle to find the funds or worry about their child’s safety.

Here are 3 ways to help out your community and increase enrollment. 

1. Safety