A Million Dreamz Inc

Helping families reach their dreams

Our mission at A Million Dreamz is to offer quality, affordable childcare 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, in an all-inclusive and kind environment while providing resources, referrals, advocacy, and other services to encourage and support the continuing development of healthy families.

A Million Dreamz Inc at a Glance

24-hour childcare

We know that finding quality care for children can be difficult. We will be offering care for children throughout Sheboygan and surrounding areas,
24 hours a day and 7 days a week, to meet the needs of families in all walks of life.

CARE FOR EVERY CHILD

We will be 100% ADA accessible and we invite children of all abilities to become part of the Million Dreamz family. We intend to offer care catered to the individual needs of each child, adding additional staff for when they are needed to serve our clients with special needs.

Mildly Ill Childcare

With a dedicated health room in our center, we are able to provide care for mildly ill children so that parents can make it to work.

We are proud to be partnering with these amazing organizations

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AMD is seeking volunteers to help with grant writing and office tasks. Contact us here 

Coming up soon....
-help with moving items
-get on board for artwork
-volunteer for clean up & sorting

Library Tutor

Contact A Million Dreamz Inc

Get in touch with A Million Dreamz Inc to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

415 Euclid Avenue Sheboygan, WI 53083

920-287-8879

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