Breckenridge youngster care heart receives extra $3.5K in donations for households affected by COVID-19 quarantines

The Timberline Learning Center in Breckenridge received three additional $ 3,500 donations last week to help families affected by novel coronavirus quarantines.

Along with reallocated funds from the Breckenridge City Council to support families in need, the Timberline Learning Center has received anonymous donations to help fund childcare for the families. Some local families have had financial difficulties in recent months due to quarantines resulting from positive COVID-19 tests and contract tracing.

“Gosh, that’s immeasurable,” said Leslie Davis, director of the Timberline Learning Center, on Friday. “(That amount) could go up to half a dozen (families). This is checked individually. It really is incredible to continue to offer support and help to families. The city is doing its part, and it’s incredibly rewarding that we can do that too. “

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