Auntie Mames History


The mission of AMCDC

is to provide high quality culturally responsive early education and school age programs that equip children to become engaged learners, strong leaders and successful adults.

Providing developmentally appropriate programs, fostering a healthy and safe learning environment, developing accessible services and resources for children, families, and the community

IndyPSP2The program provides free scholarships for low-income 4-year-olds from families living at or below 127% of the Federal Poverty Level to attend quality pre-kindergarten programs. 

 On My Way Pre-k


logo (2)The Child Care Wellness Tool Kit: Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is for advocates, state child care subsidy, CACFP and licensing agencies, state and local health promotion and obesity prevention initiatives, child care providers, policy makers and other key stakeholders.





A center where

your child can learn, grow and have fun while attaining skills that will promote personal and academic success. Auntie Mame’s offers each child an environment that embraces inclusion, diversity, family involvement.