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Essential Employee Workforce Assistance Guide
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In addition to the organization grant, additional funds are available to provide financial assistance (scholarships) for children of qualified essential workers enrolled in your school age, all day program. $1,000 is available per child of a qualified essential worker ($100 per week for 10 weeks) on a first come, first serve basis until funds run out. All $1,000 must be used to offset the weekly cost for these essential workers.
Qualified Workers include:
Watch the recorded information session for more details.
Only approved CARES Act organizations will have access to scholarships.
Apply Now using our new portal. Even if you have created a log in and password for our CARES Act Childcare grants, you will have to create a new profile from scratch (however, you can use the same email and password if you choose). We have provided a How to Guide with step by step instructions. If you have any questions, please email Anne Lee Buck at [email protected].
How to Guide - Step by Step guide for how to apply for School Age Support (including specific steps on how to locate your Memoradum of Agreement (MOA) and how to submit your signed MOA)
Greenville First Steps and Palmetto Shared Services Alliance hosted an information session for Greenville County Childcare providers on June 24, 2020. Below is a recording of the webinar as well as a PDF of the PowerPoint used during the webinar.
Below are some helpful resources to assist Greenville County childcare providers in understanding the Greenville County Cares Act, eligibility requirements, eligible and ineligible purchases, and more.