Give the gift of learning through play (reading, puzzles, games, crafts) by purchasing e-gift cards for yourself, family and friends! We are fundraising from Indigo Books to replace well loved books, puzzles, games and crafts as well as add new ones!. GSADCA receives 20% of all purchases.
The order deadline is: December 31, 2017.
You can purchase $25, $50 and $100 e-gift cards at: https://indigo.flipgive.com/f/475166
The e-gift card(s) will be e-mailed to whomever you choose and can be used right away. Please note that the e-cards can be used for both online and in-store purchases. Bring the email to Indigo to exchange for plastic gift cards.
Please feel free to forward this e-mail to friends and family to help us have another successful fundraiser!
Welcome to Greenfield School Age Day Care Association.
GSADCA is guided by a volunteer Board of Directors, who also have children in our care. The Board of Directors entrusts’ the Executive Director, Directors and educators to manage the day to day operations of child care. We all attend our work motivated to provide the children and families in our care with quality, innovative, safe and most of all fun child care.
Our Association was incorporated July of 1983 under the Societies Act. Our formal name is Greenfield School Age Day Care Association, our short name is GSADCA. Our Association is both a not for profit association and a charity.
Our Association is accredited and provides care from the following locations: Holy Spirit, Jan Reimer, Lendrum, Malmo, Shauna May Seneca, St. Stanislaus, Svend Hansen. Each location provides care to children ages 3-12 years of age with our Holy Spirit location providing care from the age of 2 years old.
Our Association is partners with Getting Ready for Inclusion Today (GRIT) following the Assess, Support and Participation (ASaP) model. Employees are educated in supporting children in our care with social emotional development and using the TPOT (training pyramid observation tool) to help children cope with emotions and ensure best practices by educators.
“to provide a safe environment where children experience exceptional childcare and build self-esteem and positive relationships through fun and rewarding recreational activities and skill building opportunities. In collaboration with parents, school and communities, we advocate for childcare that continues to meet the diverse needs of our families.”
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Contact me should you have any questions.