As chairman of Child Care of the Berkshires (CCB) Promises to Keep Campaign, I invite you to learn more about this extraordinary organization that serves Northern Berkshire County's children and families, and see the need for this $1 million building fund.
This capitol campaign is important to all of us who are devoted to the well-being and stability of our local parents and their young children.
Under Anne Nemetz-Carlson's inspired leadership and the dedication of a caring staff, an investment in CCB is truly an investment in our community.
John C. Craig
Promises to Keep Campaign Chair and
Chair of CCB's Board of Directors, 2001-2010
serving 24 low-income children. Since that time, we have become a comprehensive “family center” for Berkshire County. Our focus on both children and their parents has made CCB a “hub” for family resources and assistance.
The Haskins Facility, the focus of our Promises to Keep Campaign, is the heart of CCB, housing the Monument Square Early Childhood and School-Age Center, the family support programs and administrative offices.
Owned by the city of North Adams, this 1920’s building needs crucial improvements. Prompted by a new 25-year lease from the City, the Promises to Keep Campaign will ensure that high quality affordable child care and services for working families will be here for years to come.