Childcare Provider Appreciation

Dinner, Networking, and Training

Area childcare providers are invited to attend a free event on May 18 at 6PM. The event, which will be held at Northland Community and Technical College will provide opportunity for networking and training, as well as an appreciation dinner.

Annual Budget and Cashflow

Through this First Children’s Finance training, attendees will learn basic budgeting concepts that will help improve net profits.

Learn about:

  • Budgeting concepts
  • Income and expense sections of your budget
  • Purpose of budgeting
  • Different types of budgets
  • Purpose of projecting cash flow

The training will also examine a childcare business case study, helping to identify strategies to manage cash flow.

This is a Develop approved training.

Sponsors for the event include: Advance TRF Childcare, Digi-Key Electronics, Sanford Health, and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Dinner starts at 6:00PM and the training will be 6:30PM-8:30PM.

FIrst Children's Finance Thief River Falls training

About First Children’s Finance

Founded in 1991, First Children’s Finance addresses the business and finance needs of child care in three different ways: building the financial sustainability of child care entrepreneurs, partnering with communities to preserve and grow their child care supply, and influencing state and federal systems to provide supports and investments needed to sustain child care businesses.

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