CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund
“Early childhood educators get forgotten quite a bit and it saddens me to my core… Early childhood educators are people too. We’re educators too, and we’re struggling to be seen.”
CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund receives requests for more than $1.5 million from North Carolina child care programs
North Carolina child care programs received more than $135,000 in grants from the Child Care Services Association (CCSA) COVID-19 Relief Fund Phase II.
Truist Charitable Fund contributed $50,000 to support North Carolina child care programs with the CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund Chapel Hill, N.C., August 3, 2020: The Child Care Services Association (CCSA) COVID-19 Relief Fund received a $50,000 grant from the Truist Charitable Fund to support North Carolina’s child care programs. The CCSA
A “Home Away From Home:” Essential Child Care Programs Use CCSA COVID-19 Relief Funding to Provide Safe Spaces for Learning and Growth
We all depend on child care, which is clearer now, given our experience with COVID-19. Additional funding is also essential because child care programs offer a safe space for children during this challenging time. This year, in particular, it is especially important for children to have a sense of normalcy and happiness.
The COVID-19 crisis has amplified significant needs, and protecting families―and the child care programs on which they depend―has never been more urgent.