Associations/Community Involvement

Associations/Community Involvement

Associations/Community Involvement



Child Care Association of Louisiana (CCAL)

Child Care Association of Louisiana is comprised of child care providers throughout the state of Louisiana and its mission is to Educate, advocate, and collaborate to build a premier, proactive child care industry for Louisiana families. CCAL’s vision is to provide and advance the highest quality early education and child care so all Louisiana children grow up to be thriving adults.

Our relationship with CCAL allows Sugar ‘n Spice to be on the forefront in the education and policy aspect of Early Childhood Care and Education efforts in Louisiana. Staff have access to numerous training opportunities throughout the year with highly qualified national trainers and state policy makers.

Partners in Early Childhood Education (PECE)

PECE is a local organization dedicated to bridge the relationship between the local school systems and the Early Childhood Education community.

PECE works closely with the Lafayette Parish School System and Early Childhood Education leaders to develop a relationship that is beneficial for the children in our area.


Broussard Chamber of Commerce
The Broussard Chamber of Commerce is an organization built on the premise that a strong community rests on the shoulders of a thriving commercial sector. With a mission to “assist in the development and growth of businesses within the community by promoting networking and community service” our chamber has been active in the growth of local commercial development since 2007.
Youngsville Chamber of Commerce
The Youngsville Chamber of Commerce is an organization developed in 2005 by local business owners and leaders. The mission of the Chamber is to cultivate an environment that encourages Youngsville residents and business owners to create relationships in order to develop greater support of local business and generate ideas to improve the quality of life in our community.
Scott Business Association

The Scott Business Association, Inc. is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit, non-partisan organization that makes its mission to provide small business with a meaningful voice in state and federal governments.The SBA is a volunteer driven organization dedicated to advocating the views of small business to elected officials and policy makers. We are honored to have an extraordinary board of directors who represent the needs of SBA members throughout our local business area.


Louisiana Early Childhood Association

The Louisiana Early Childhood Association (LAECA) is a non-profit early childhood organization for teachers, parents, caregivers and early care professionals dedicated to improving the lives of Louisiana’s children from birth to eight years of age. Our regional association is the Southern Early Childhood Association.

The mission of the organization is to increase awareness of the needs of young children and to work for the knowledge and understanding of young children from birth to age eight

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.

Other Areas Include
  • Youngsville Lion’s Club
  • Free vision screenings at our centers for the children.
  • Winner of the Lions Club Gumbo/Chili Cook-off booth decorating contest.
  • Sugar ‘n Spice Preschools Donates Thousands of Dollars Annually through its participation in the St. Jude Trike-A-Thon and Hop-A-Thon
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Pennies for Patients Program

Parent Testimonials

“Very first time I viewed the campus, I felt at ease and comforted. I know this was the right place for my child. I saw her take her first steps there. The staff has always worked with me on anything we’ve needed. All staff are very nice and knowledgeable. They have helped me raise my

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