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  1. Blog
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  3. March 27, 2024

30 Companies That Offer Daycare at Work

Offset rising child care costs

Child at office daycare
Photo courtesy of Jerry Wang

Child care is increasingly becoming a concern for parents throughout the United States. Finding reliable and affordable child care has always been a challenge but as the cost of child care rises—and in many cases, the quality of care declines—working parents across demographics are left with fewer options. 

According to’s 2024 Cost of Care Report, many parents are using 24 percent of their regular income to pay for child care and, in some cases, tapping into their savings to cover the mounting costs. That same report showed that the national average cost of child care ranged from $192 per week for a babysitter to $321 each week for daycare. Nanny costs were even higher.  

The child care issue is only worsening with the closure of thousands of daycares due to the expiration of a federal program that funded the centers during the pandemic. Between these widespread closures and rising living costs—which were up 3.4 percent between Dec 2022 and Dec 2023—many parents are scrambling to find a suitable place to send their children while they work. Most parents cannot afford to stop working to care for their children full-time but quality child care options have become too scarce, leaving few alternatives. This is where companies with onsite daycare centers come in. 

Employer-sponsored child care centers offer working parents stable child care at a discounted rate and can be beneficial for both employees and employers. Employees often feel more engaged at work and are more likely to stick around long-term, making it easier for employers to retain quality talent for longer periods. This is especially important as employers continue revising their return-to-work policies and is becoming a more in-demand benefit among working parents.  

However, for the time being, workplace child care is still a rarely offered benefit. If you are an employee or job seeker who would like access to workplace child care, use this list to learn about which companies you can target in your search. 

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30 companies that offer daycare at work

1. Aflac

What they offer: Aflac is a major provider of supplemental insurance, which people purchase to cover medical expenses their primary insurance doesn’t pay for. Aflac’s main branch is located in Columbus, Georgia, which is also where the company offers onsite daycare. Employees who are not based in Columbus can use a subsidy to offset costs at a local daycare center. 

2. Arkansas Children’s Hospital

What they offer: Prioritizing children is nothing new for Arkansas Children’s Hospital. The facility is reportedly the only hospital in the state that exclusively offers care to children. The institution also has onsite child care for hospital employees at its Little Rock campus. 

3. Advertising Specialty Institute (ASI)

What they offer: ASI supports suppliers and distributors in the promotional products industry. Founded in 1950, ASI continues to evolve with industry changes by leveraging technology to source products. Employees of the company can gain discounted access to Lots of Love Learning Center, an onsite daycare open to children “of various ages.”

4. Baptist Health South Florida

What they offer: Baptist Health South Florida is a nonprofit healthcare organization based in Florida. As recently as 2023, the company was named a Great Place to Work by Fortune and features onsite daycare for employees at multiple locations. 

5. Barclays

What they offer: Barclays is a bank that provides corporate and investment banking services. The financial institution’s Whippany, New Jersey location features an onsite daycare, which opened in 2018 as part of its new state-of-the-art “purpose-built” facility.  

6. Citi 

What they offer: Citi is a global bank with business operations in more than 160 countries. Employees of the company can access the Citi Family Center - Jacksonville, a child care center created in partnership with Bright Horizons. According to the Children’s Environmental Health Network, the facility serves more than 400 children, has 28 classrooms, and includes several multipurpose areas dedicated to child development and enrichment. 

7. Clif Bar & Company

What they offer: You might know Clif Bar & Company for their protein-packed Clif bars, but the organization also produces other energy foods and drinks in alignment with its mission to drive wellness for adventure-seekers. The company even offers paid volunteer and exercise time in addition to subsidized onsite daycare for employees and their families.  

8. Dow Jones

What they offer: When you hear Dow Jones, you may think of the stock market. After all, it is one of the largest financial media companies globally and home to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a go-to index for investors. In 1998, the company opened the Dow Jones Family Center, a child care facility in Princeton, New Jersey. Today, the center accepts children ages 6 weeks through kindergarten and offers a summer program for older children. 

9. George Mason University (GMU)

What they offer: GMU was started in 1957 as a part of the University of Virginia. Today, it is a standalone institution with nearly 40,000 students. As part of its campus in Fairfax, Virginia, GMU offers onsite child care through the George Mason University Child Development Center, which provides year-round child care for university students, faculty, and staff. 

10. Goldman Sachs

What they offer: Goldman Sachs is a global investment banking firm. Headquartered in New York City, the firm is known for serving high-networth clients and has offices in Canada, Australia, Denmark, Brazil, Greece, and other countries. In 1993, Goldman Sachs opened its first onsite daycare at its headquarters. Today, some office locations still offer full-time and backup child care.

11. Home Depot

What they offer: Since it was founded in 1979, The Home Depot has become a go-to destination for building and home repair materials. The company has more than 2,300 retail locations and features a daycare facility at its Atlanta, Georgia headquarters. The facility enrolls children up to 5 years old and opens up limited spots for older children during the summer. 

12. Johns Hopkins University 

What they offer: Johns Hopkins is a private university based in Baltimore, Maryland. With a strong focus on research and medicine—with the lauded Johns Hopkins Hospital nearby—the university also focuses on family support, providing full-time onsite daycare to students, faculty, and staff through the Johns Hopkins Child Care and Early Learning Center. Those who are affiliated with the university are also given priority access to two nearby learning centers. 

13. Johnson & Johnson

What they offer: Johnson & Johnson is a multinational pharmaceutical company and owner of major brands like Aveeno and Tylenol. The company has six on-site child care centers in the U.S. that employees and their families can use at a discounted rate, including the Johnson & Johnson child care Development Center in New Jersey. In areas where there is no child care center, the company provides discounts to local daycare centers. 

14. Merck

What they offer: Merck is a healthcare company dedicated to research and sustainability. The company has at least 10 domestic and international locations. The Rahway, New Jersey location serves as the company’s “world headquarters” and is home to a full-time child care center for employees and their families. 

15. Moffitt Cancer Center

What they offer: Moffitt Cancer Center is a private nonprofit organization created to drive cancer research and prevention. In 2018, the organization opened the Moffitt Child Development Center with the capacity to enroll 150 children. For employees who already have other child care arrangements, Moffitt also offers backup child care for emergencies. 

16. OhioHealth

What they offer: OhioHealth is a healthcare system composed of hospitals and home health sites throughout Columbus and Central Ohio. The OhioHealth Children’s Center and Preschool is an extension of the organization, serving its employees by offering full-time child care for children as early as 6 weeks old. 

17. Old Dominion University

What they offer: Old Dominion University is a public institution based in Norfolk, Virginia. Employees of the university can gain access to the Children’s Learning and Research Center, a facility that offers care for children ages either 8 weeks to 5 years old. Children at the center may participate in training activities and research projects with their parent’s consent. 

18. Publix

What they offer: Named the top supermarket in America by Newsweek, Publix is a grocery store chain headquartered in Lakeland, Florida. The Publix Child Development Center is a child care facility open to Publix employees and their families. The facility has the capacity for 170 children and is located in the company’s main office at headquarters. 

19. Recursion

What they offer: Recursion is a biotechnology company aimed at identifying new treatments for diseases. In 2021, the company opened a child care center near its headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. The center, the result of a partnership with child care provider Bright Horizons, enrolls children from infancy through 5 years old. 

20. SAS

What they offer: SAS is a data analytics company that offers proven insights and statistical software to customers across industries. The organization offers discounted onsite child care at its headquarters for all full-time employees. Employees can also take advantage of a child care tuition reimbursement offering; according to WRAL TechWire, at least 400 employees across the country had already used this program as of 2020.

21. St. Joseph’s Hospital

What they offer: Based in Tampa, Florida, St. Joseph’s Hospital is a part of the BayCare health system. The St. Joseph’s Hospital Child Care Center offers care for children as young as 6 weeks old and aims to aid children’s development by the time they transition into school between 5 and 6 years old. Employees and affiliates are eligible to apply for care at the center. 

22. Tampa General Hospital

What they offer: Recently named a Great Workplace for Diversity by Newsweek, Tampa General Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in the U.S. On its main campus, the facility includes a child care center that offers special rates to employees. According to its website, the center has a “literature-based” curriculum and accepts children up to 5 years old. 

23. Trupanion

What they offer: Based in Seattle, Washington, Trupanion is a pet insurance provider founded in 1999. The company has more than 40 locations throughout the nation. At its main location in Seattle, employees can use an onsite daycare funded by the company. 

24. USAA

What they offer: USAA is a financial company specializing in insurance and banking for active duty and retired members of the armed forces and their families. In partnership with Bright Horizons, USAA has established four onsite daycare centers at their locations in Colorado Springs, Phoenix, Tampa, and San Antonio. The company also offers “priority access” to employees who need to use daycare centers in other areas. 

25. University of South Florida (USF)

What they offer: The University of South Florida is known for leading STEM research and is considered a top institution by the National Science Foundation. The noteworthy school also offers on-campus child care to faculty, students, and staff through the USF Preschool for Creative Learning and features a curriculum that includes math, social studies, and the arts. The center accepts children between the ages of 2 to 5.  

26. Valero Energy Corporation

What they offer: Valero is known as the world’s largest petroleum refiner. At its San Antonio location, Valero offers child care through an onsite facility for working parents. The Valero Family Center has a maximum capacity of 232 children and offers care from infancy to pre-kindergarten. The company also offers subsidized care at other child care centers for employees who do not live near the Family Center. 

27. Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)

What they offer: VCU is an established research university based in Richmond, Virginia. Alongside VCU Health, the school’s nearby medical center, VCU has more than 23,000 total employees. Those employees have access to the Child Development Center, which offers full-time daycare and is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).  

28. Warner Bros. Discovery

What they offer: Warner Bros. Discovery is an international film, television, and streaming conglomerate. According to the benefits website, Warner Bros. Discovery—the owner of major platforms like HBO, TNT, and CNN—offers onsite child care for “certain offices” and backup child care for employees who do not live near one of the company’s Children’s Learning Centers.  

29. Whirlpool

What they offer: The Whirlpool brand has become a household name for home appliances. In 2019, the company opened The Eddy, an early childhood center at the company’s Benton Harbor, Michigan headquarters. The center offers care for children up to age 5 and touts small class sizes for one-on-one time with children. Whirlpool employees who work in other locations receive a discount at KinderCare centers throughout the country. 

30. William & Mary

What they offer: Officially named The College of William & Mary, this research university is based in Williamsburg, Virginia. Williamsburg Campus Child Care includes seven classrooms and two playgrounds. The school implements a “Creatvie Curriculum” and is open to all students, faculty, and staff of the College for children up to pre-kindergarten.

Alternatives to onsite daycare

If your current or desired employer does not offer onsite daycare, explore other options. You can ask if the company offers backup daycare, which is an alternative you can use if your primary child care falls through. You can also inquire about discounts or tuition subsidies at local child care centers, which some employers provide to offset the cost of child care.

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