Child Care Termination Letter Sample

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Donna A. Burke

100 Broadway Lane

New Parkland, CA 91010

To Heather E. Brandt

200 Carlson Avenue

New Parkland, CA 91010

September 19, 2014

Dear Ms. Brandt,

I am sad and sorry to let you know that I am closing my child care business and that I must terminate my services as your children's child care provider. My last day of doing business in my home will be October 31, 2014. I hope this will be enough time for you to obtain alternative daycare arrangements.

I have spent a lifetime caring for the children of others. Now that my husband is retired, we have determined that it is time to focus on the next stage of our lives together. We'd like to do some travel and visit our grandchildren across the country.

I will truly miss taking care of your kids, Jack and Julie. I thank you for entrusting them to my care for the last five years, since they were just babies. I hope that we can work together to tell the children that I will no longer be caring for them. I will do everything in my power to make the transition a smooth one for them.

I hope that we will be able to remain in touch. I'd love to hear stories of the children's progress. I wish you all good health and happiness.


Donna Burke

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