GEDA and Public Health announce applications for the second round of Community Care and After School Care grants will be open now through August 25th.
The first round of grants had 22 recipients from local businesses and non-profit organizations, including schools, technology, art, and sports institutions that offer youth services and after-school activities.
The program aims to provide more opportunities for working families, an environment for students to thrive, and more support for child-care providers.
For more information, interested providers can visit investguam.com or contact GEDA at 671-647-4332.
Melanie Mendiola, GEDA Chief Executive Officer said, “Prugråman Pinilan is a program that was envisioned by the Governor approximately six months ago, and there are six parts, soon to be seven parts to the program that really address all aspects of the challenges surrounding child care.”