To provide a safe and engaging space to connect, learn and grow.
Where children are nurtured and families flourish.
Values – The ABC’s of the CPCC
We are guided by the voices in our community, continuously learning, leveraging evidence-based insights and responding with integrity and fiscal responsibility.
We operate in the spirit of inclusion and acceptance whereby all individuals belong, feel valued and connected to each other and the community.
We actively engage with families and community partners and make connections to local services and supports.
Our Equity Commitment
For over 3 decades, the Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) has offered a safe, central and welcoming meeting place for the young families of Caledon. A place to learn, grow and feel connected to community. Our culture has always encouraged staff and families to try new things, collaborate and communicate openly.
Today, Caledon is going through significant and important change, as is the world around us. More and more people are coming to Caledon to live and to raise their children. CPCC families come from all walks of life and so does our staff. We are all unique and our diversity makes us stronger.
The CPCC draws on both similarities and differences and uses our collective unique experiences to provide a wide and varied approach to family support and learning. We firmly believe that our similarities bring us together; and our differences help us grow.
Belonging is one of the CPCC’s core values and strengths. Our commitment to inclusion and continuous organizational learning is identified as a priority within our strategic plan, and we have dedicated resources to move us to action.
With the voices of our families and an increasingly diverse and evolving community leading the way – as our world changes and grows, so will we. We are grateful you are here, walking with us into a shared future of opportunity.
We live and work with gratitude on the traditional territory of the Mississauga’s of the Credit, Traditional Territory of the Anishnaabek. Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Ojibway-Chippewa Nations. This Territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, as well as the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant.
The CPCC is a registered charitable organization since 1987, responding to the needs of Caledon families, made possible through government grants, community support and donations.