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Success By 6
Succes By 6Evidence documents that high-quality early education has a lasting positive effect and is more cost effective than efforts to intervene later in life. Money spent to provide children with quality early learning experiences is vital to community health, not to mention children’s futures. In looking at the local picture, United Way has learned that quality early education is often out of the reach for those who could benefit the most.

Success By 6 offers two-year early education grants to hardworking families who do not qualify for state subsidies, providing them access to high-quality early-learning care for their children. Participating families sign an agreement stating that they will meet certain involvement expectations with their child’s preschool.

Learn more about United Way's Success By 6 and its first- and second-year results:

Current Success By 6 Centers:

Baker: Episcopal Children's Services Head Start (Macclenny); Duval: Aldridge Day Care; All About Kids Day Care Center; All Saints Early Learning & Community Care Center; Christ The King Preschool; Community Connections of Jacksonville Davis Center; Episcopal Children's Services Exchange South; Happy Acres Ranch; Just For Kids Learning Center Methodist Children’s Village; New Dimensions Early Learning Center; The Oaks Early Learning Center; Parks' Place Daycare and Learning Center; Punkin Place Child Development of Jax; St. Catherine’s Preschool; The Salvation Army Learning Center
Clay: Childtime Learning Center; Gingerbread Learning Center; Nassau: Episcopal Children's Services Head Start (Callahan); Island Academy

Also check out:

Born Learning: United Way's parent workshops series to help preschoolers
To find out more about Success By 6, contact Jan Morse, Director of Childhood & Youth Strategies, at 904.390.3267