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OECOSL Request for Funding 19-003: Early Childhood Capacity Building Grant Program (Round 3)

OECOSL is pleased to announce the third round of the Early Childhood Capacity Building grant opportunity based on the requirements of House Enrolled Act 1004 of the 2017 session of the Indiana General Assembly. OECOSL Request for Funding 19-003 seeks applications from 1) Indiana county/community coalitions containing early childhood education providers or 2) individual Indiana early childhood education providers to build their capacity to serve more eligible pre-K children that are 4 years old and/or improve the quality of services provided by increasing PTQ Level rating to a Level 3 or Level 4. For this round of the Early Childhood Capacity Building Grant Program, only county/community coalitions and/or individual early childhood education providers from the Indiana counties specified in the RFF are eligible to apply. The OECOSL RFF 19-003 webpage contains more information including eligibility criteria (including the list of eligible counties), eligible project descriptions, and instructions for how to apply.

Grant opportunity for unlicensed registered ministries

Do you operate an unlicensed registered child care ministry in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion or Morgan County? Are you interested in increasing your quality of care for children and families and possibly advancing through the levels of Paths to Quality? If so, you may qualify for educational enhancements for your program including free training and technical assistance, a multitude of curriculum resources and materials, literacy programs, and grant funding for facilities improvements from United Way of Central Indiana!

Please contact Anne Gabbert at 317-921-1381 or Anne.Gabbert@uwci.org for more information.

Grant opportunity for legally licensed exempt and licensed family child care homes

Are you a legally licensed exempt or licensed family child care provider in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion or Morgan County? Are you interested in increasing your quality of care for children and families and advancing through the levels of the Paths to Quality™ program? If so, you may qualify for educational enhancements for your program including free training and technical assistance, a multitude of curriculum resources and materials, literacy programs, networking opportunities, and funding for capital improvements from United Way of Central Indiana!

Please contact Krystal Robinson at krystal.robinson@uwci.org for more information.