MKCCC's Volunteer Program is up and running again at full capacity! Please contact rgoodman@mkccc.org if you have any questions about volunteer opportunities. - The Center offers open enrollment throughout the year. In addition to infant, toddler and Pre-K, we offer an 8-week full day Summer Camp for Kindergarten thru 5th grade.

Mount Kisco Child Care Benefits from Junior League Holiday Drive

Mt. Kisco, NY – (January 11, 2010) – Families served by Mount Kisco Child Care Center (MKCCC) recently benefited from the Junior League of Northern Westchester’s 28th Annual Holiday Share Drive, which addresses poverty, hunger and disparity during the holidays. The Junior League organizes community members to provide gift and food items to needy Northern Westchester families. MKCCC is a founding partner in the program, which supports 35 of the families whose children are in care there.

The project promotes voluntarism by facilitating a volunteer opportunity for the community, provides hands-on training opportunities for committee members in project development and coordination with our community partners, and improves the lives of those most in need in our community.

More than twenty athletes from the Yorktown Hockey team loaded, unloaded and delivered over 100 boxes of food, clothing and gifts to MKCCC. Whalen’s Moving provided the truck that delivered the boxes from another site.

“We can think of no better way to support our families than by partnering with other organizations in our area in a collective initiative to help our neighbors during the holiday season,” said Dottie Jordan, executive director of MKCCC. “We are so grateful to the Yorktown hockey team and to Whalen’s for donating their time to such an important cause.”

About Mount Kisco Child Care Center:
Mount Kisco Child Care Center is a licensed nonprofit, non-sectarian childcare facility that has served the working families of Northern Westchester since 1971 by providing exceptional and affordable, early-care and education to a diverse group of children three months to five years, with an expanded school-age program serving children up to 12 years of age.