Grants for Daycare Centers
Grants for daycare centers are in the form of fun raiser events, seeking out help from other businesses and special projects with the community for profit centers, but non-profit centers can apply for government grants online. Consult the National Endowment for Humanities website for grant information with teaching advice from the owner of a daycare center in this free video on child care.
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Hello, I'm Sarah Norris from Total Childcare in Wilmington, North Carolina and this afternoon I'd like to talk with you about grants for childcare centers. For profit centers, grants are almost nonexistent. It's very hard to find many grants that are for profit centers and so you have to be very astute in trying to find ways of raising money for your center because you cannot charge parents what the true cost of quality is. And therefore you will need to have possibly some fundraisers, you will need to seek out businesses that might be willing to help your business or to help parents with childcare expenses. You can do sales within your community, special projects with the community, from which you receive some of the funding. For non-profit centers, there are many, many more grants and there are a lot of ways that you can access those grants. Mainly online, like grants net, grants mall, the National Endowment for Humanities, the National Association for the Education of Young Children. So use your resources, talk with your community people as well, and you will be able to find some extra funding within your area for your childcare center. These are a few of the ways that you can help fund your center.