The Child Care Executive Partnership (CCEP) is an innovative, public/private partnership program that was created by the Florida Legislature in 1996 to help employers meet the needs of a growing segment of their workforce-working parents. This exciting program leverages a relationship between businesses and families that want to work and succeed. When families, businesses and the CCEP come to the table as partners, the entire community benefits.
Promoting public private partnerships to ensure that the children of Florida are provided safe, high quality, developmentally appropriate and enriching child care while parents work to remain self-sufficient.
>> To encourage private employers to participate in the future of this state by providing employee child care benefits.
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>> To expand the availability of child care options for working families by providing incentives for employers to contribute to meeting the needs of their employees' families by matching public dollars available for child care.