Women, Infant & Children Supplemental Nutrition ProgramThe Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides federal grants to states for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income...
Neighborfood ExpressThe Marcus Harris Foundation offers a free food distribution program. They deliver healthy meals and groceries weekly to residents living in various food insecure neighborhoods, as well as connect them with partner agencies who can assist them with...
Early STEM Resources for Preschoolers Tips and activities to engage our littlest innovators in STEM.
22 Pre-Writing Activities for Preschoolers Help your preschoolers build skills that will help them learn how to write and having fun while doing it! Visit Program Website
The Wake County Child Care Subsidy Program provides financial assistance to parents for their child care needs for families based on an assessment of need, income and family size. Visit Program Website
This 15-week family education program blends child-rearing information with social supports to strengthen Spanish-speaking families living in Wake County. Visit Program Website
Wake Connections is a coordinated intake and referral system that connects families with high quality home-based programs. Visit Program Website
School Readiness Services for Hispanic Children & Families serves Hispanic families with young children in Wake County. It is a multifaceted program that builds early literacy skills, and provides screenings, information and referrals. Visit Program Website
NC Pre-K provides children with a high-quality classroom program to help four-year olds get ready for Kindergarten. Children attend Pre-K for 6.5 hours each day, Monday through Friday. Visit Program Website
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails a free high quality, age-appropriate book to children in Wake County every month from birth to age 5 to encourage a love of reading and readiness for kindergarten. Visit Program Website
Hope at Home helps children birth to 5 with significant social-emotional concerns to better manage their feelings and build strong relationships with their family and caregivers. Visit Program Website
Child Care Referral Central (CCRC), a service of Child Care Services Association (CCSA), provides “one-stop shopping” for Wake County Latinx families Visit Program Website