CCA For Social Good and Early Learning NH Launch Online Resource Platform to Promote High Quality Education in NH

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Innovative web-based knowledge hub for ECE professionals provides thousands of practical resources and support for expansion of shared services throughout the state.

CCA For Social Good, an operating division of CCA Global Partners, and Early Learning NH, through a partnership with the NH Child Development Bureau, are excited to announce the launch of, an online platform that delivers a wealth of pragmatic tools and resources that help save money, create efficiencies and support high quality early education. puts over 1,600 tools including state specific resources and exclusive cost savings programs at the fingertips of members of the State Early Learning Alliance (SELA). Administrative business resources, forms, policies, procedures, professional development training services, human resource management and health and safety practices are just some of the supports providers will have available to them, all at the click of a mouse.

“This is an exciting day for SELA and all of its members,” stated Jackie Cowell, Executive Director of Early Learning NH. “Child care practitioners in NH have never had access to a comprehensive toolkit that supports their daily work all while saving them time and money. This platform will not only serve as the foundation to our larger shared services initiatives being rolled out across the state, it will support a focus on providing high quality early education.”

“We are thrilled to continue our support of the shared services movement happening across the country, with New Hampshire joining 24 other states using the platform as a catalyst for increasing quality child care,” explained Denise Sayer, Vice President of CCA For Social Good. “The online knowledge hub we provide allows users to share practical resources, save money because of the collective buying power of ECE centers, and simplify management functions so child care programs can spend less time solving problems and managing administrative details and more of their time where it counts the most, face-to-face with the children.”

The site was launched in early spring and can be accessed by visiting

For more information about CCA For Social Good and ECE Shared Resources, please contact Erin Holt at eholt(at)ccaglobal(dot)com. For more information about SELA and, please contact the SELA State Director, Cellissa Hoyt at info(at)earlylearningnh(dot)org.

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About CCA For Social Good
CCA For Social Good is an operating division of CCA Global Partners, a privately held cooperative helping small businesses thrive for 30 years. CCA For Social Good provides web-based platforms that help thousands of nonprofit organizations and early childhood education (ECE) centers manage the administrative aspect of their organizations. The platforms (integrated password-protected websites) deliver a set of powerful tools and shared resources resulting in more efficient and successful operations. CCA For Social Good puts time and money back in the hands of directors and managers of ECE programs, allowing them to focus where it matters most: on the children in their care. To view a sample platform, please visit

About Early Learning NH and SELA
Early Learning NH is a 501(c) non-profit organization committed to ensuring that all New Hampshire children have the opportunity to reach their full potential by: supporting early learning programs, such as child care, Head Start, preschool, and afterschool, and the children and families they serve; raising awareness about the importance of the early years; championing effective early learning policy; and building public-private partnerships that promote innovation and investment to strengthen early learning in our state. SELA is Early Learning NH’s most important and effective membership support. SELA is a ground-breaking model that provides the tools and resources to help programs and their teachers save money, share costs and boost quality. SELA’s motto is “Better. Together. For Children.”

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