LAIC Asking the Public for Help to Raise the Final Funds for a New Child Care Center

The Lake Area Improvement Corporation is making its final push to secure the remaining $1 million needed to build a new Child Care Center in Madison. In June, the LAIC received a  one million 20 thousand dollar Community Development Block Grant, to help fund construction. Executive Director Brooke Rollag says they are now nearing completion of the capitol campaign. 

This state-of-the-art facility will provide essential childcare and early education services. The center will feature seven classrooms, an outdoor play area, as well as common spaces. The center will be able to serve up to 140 children, infant to school aged.

Rollag says this project has been a unique opportunity for the LAIC.

Rollag says individuals can donate to the project in any way they are able. 

Rollag says that if all goes well with the final fundraising push, the LAIC is poised to break ground this year. Once built, the Child Care Center will be operated by EmBe, a non-profit organization that offers quality childcare, leadership programs, and fitness opportunities.

You can donate here.