ABOUT US - Partners

San Francisco International Airport Commission
The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is a regional transportation hub that employs a large 24/7 workforce. The Airport Commission recognizes that this workforce needs dependable, quality childcare that responds to their changing and rotating work hours. The Commission has supported Palcare since the concept of a flexible, night-and-day childcare center was first explored. Their ongoing partnership makes flexible scheduling and non-traditional hours possible for all families employed by SFO and its vendors. These families also have priority enrollment and maximum schedule flexibility.

San Mateo County Supervisors
The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors considers quality education and care for all children a priority. As part of a broad collaborative effort to increase the quality, quantity and affordability of childcare, the County joined with SFO and other founding partners to secure and renovate a building to create Palcare. The County continues to support Palcare with facility costs, a scholarship program and our capital campaign to expand the school. County employees have priority enrollment at Palcare.

Mills-Peninsula Health Services
Mills-Peninsula Health Services, a former partner, is a not-for-profit, community based healthcare organization that offers a complete range of services: State-of-the-art outpatient programs at Mills Health Center in San Mateo and clinically acclaimed acute care at Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame. For many years, recognition that their employees needed reliable, quality infant and childcare that met their work schedules was made by financially supporting Palcare. Mills-Peninsula was a founding partner that contributed funding and volunteer expertise to shape Palcare’s unique design and services.

Acumen, LLC
Acumen, a former partner, provides government agencies with high-quality, impartial research and analytical tools to inform decision-making.  These services reflect the general principle that providers, policy makers and public citizens should have the best available evidence upon which to base their choices.