New Business Development Coordinator Joins Monmouth Day Care Center
Christina Caccamo, Red Bank, has been named the Development Coordinator for Monmouth Day Care Center (MDCC), 9 Drs. Jams Parker Boulevard, Red Bank. Caccamo will be responsible for fundraising campaigns, special events, and publicity that includes social media and website maintenance.
Before joining MDCC, Caccamo was the marketing and development associate for Family and Children’s Service, Inc. of Long Branch where she assisted in managing the agency’s fundraising, marketing, and public relations.
A graduate of Middletown H.S. South, Caccamo earned a B.S. in Criminology at The College of New Jersey, Ewing.
Caccamo said, “Fundraising and supporting nonprofit organizations in my community is something that is very important to me. I enjoy doing it professionally as well as supporting other organizations that are important to me in my personal time.”
Monmouth Day Care Center serves families with diverse socio-economic backgrounds from more than 25 local communities. MDCC offers scholarships and fees on a sliding scale for families who qualify. Families who do not qualify for government support but cannot afford the full cost of care receive tuition assistance based on a sliding scale fee due to substantial community fundraising efforts of the Board. Call 732-741-4313 with questions or for more information. email@example.com. ###
Monmouth Day Care Center: Monmouth Day Care Center, a nonprofit licensed by the State of New Jersey, is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., has eight classrooms; two playgrounds; a multi-purpose room that also serves as an indoor gym; a library; and provides breakfast, lunch and snacks. Children from two months to five years old, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, who come from families with diverse socioeconomic backgrounds can attend full- or part-time. Contracts for tuition are maintained with the Division of Family Development, including Work First New Jersey Program and New Jersey Cares for Kids. Visit www.monmouthdaycarecenter.com. for more information.
History of Monmouth Day Care Center: MDCC began with just one class of children in 1969. It was the first Monmouth County School to be accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and star-rated by Grow NJ Kids. It was established under the sponsorship of the Revitalization Corps, National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Red Bank Section, Junior League of Monmouth County, Council of Churches, and Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club of Central New Jersey.