Let us help put more time in your day!
AZ Toolkit is a comprehensive resource for early learning providers in Arizona designed to help save time, increase quality, reduce costs and share knowledge.
Find essential documents and information at your fingertips. With this web-based platform, meeting complex state and federal requirements are simply a click away! AZToolkit offers many of the resources needed to successfully advance through the quality continuum – all in one central location and consistent with the national shared resources and services initiatives.
Not only will you save time — you’ll save money, too. Gain instant buying power by joining an existing nationwide pool of purchasers. Save on everything from child care products, office and safety supplies to credit card processing and payroll services.
Typical savings are 20% to 50%.
Reduce the time spent on administrative details, and spend more time on strengthening the quality of your program!
Through AZToolkit, providers can find resources for business operations, insurance, family engagement, health, and handbooks, including:
- Curriculum ideas and classroom materials
- Human resource tools, templates, forms and policies
- Discounts at leading vendors/retailers
- Direct links to key forms and relevant websites
8 Steps to Success with AZToolkit
Want to learn more? Send us an email.
Or give us a call at (480) 630-9879.
C/O Linda Pauley, AzAEYC Business Manager
23914 S Alma School Rd
Chandler, Arizona 85248
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AZToolkit supports Arizona in implementing the required components in the FY19-21 CCDF State Plan and in supporting our state in meeting all 5 activity areas under the PDG B-5 Grant.
Need a printable fact sheet full of information on these grant programs and more details on AZToolkit resources?
AzAEYC presents AZ Toolkit with support from the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.
The Piper Trust’s investment in AZ Toolkit is part of a commitment to enhanced child care practices and after school care to prepare Arizona’s young learners, ages birth to age 8, for success in elementary school and beyond.