Generations Early Learning & Family Center is a division of The St. Francis Foundation, a non-profit corporation established in 1985. From 1985 to 2015, the Center operated as St. Francis Childcare and was located within St. Francis of Bellingham, a skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center. In order to expand our program, we moved to partner with the Mt. Baker Care Center and Summit Place Assisted Living in early 2015.
The primary purpose of our center has always been to provide a unique early childhood education program within a residential care facility, which will benefit the residents, children, families, and staff members through mutual interactions and continuing relationships. Quality early childhood care and education programs allow parents to engage in work and other activities with the assurance that their children are in a safe environment that promotes health, happiness, and well-being.
board of directors
The Board of Directors of the St. Francis Foundation set the Center’s policies. The Board members include members of the community, the Center staff, and family representatives.
The following people are currently serving the St. Francis Foundation as Board Members:
Michelle Greening, President
Ivan Stoner, Co-Vice President
Bonnie Trenouth, Co-Vice President
Rachel Strachan, Treasurer
Catherine Reis-El Bara, Secretary
Heather Ouilette, Parent Representative