Any parents out there feel like they need a break? Many moms and dads have been with their children nonstop for months now and it can be a lot to manage, especially with the stress of the pandemic, the election, and 2020 in general. Even families who usually have grandparents or other relatives around to babysit might not be able to let them because of coronavirus concerns, but KinderCare is here to help.
The largest daycare provider in the U.S. is offering a free day of childcare to parents who have eligible kids. So how do we get in on this deal? It’s valid for any kid between the ages of six weeks and 12 years and it’s good at any of KinderCare’s locations across the country. And the best part? Moms and dads can claim their free day any time until the end of the year.
Tom Wyatt, KinderCare’s CEO, says this is the year parents need all the support they can get and his company wants to give it to them. He explains that KinderCare wants to offer this break to parents as a chance for them to do what they please. And he also assures that they’ve been taking every precaution to stay safe during the pandemic. It might just be one day, but what a great day it could be!