City of Grand Meadow, Economic Development Authority (EDA)
Grants of up to $1,000 to Minnesota child care providers in eligible locations to mitigate business interruptions and additional expenses due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Grant funds may also be used to improve the facility's curriculum and activities. Eligible applicants are located in the Grand Meadow Area.
The Grand Meadow Economic Development Authority has made funding available for in-home child care providers in the Grand Meadow Area that have incurred additional costs and/or business interruption as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, retroactive to March 16th, 2020. The EDA strongly believes that quality, accessible child care is an essential part of the growing community and that assisting and investing in these businesses represents a long-term investment in the Grand Meadow community.
Grant funds may be used to supplement expenses as a result of COVID-19 or to improve developmental program curriculum and supporting activities at the child care facility. Applicants should include any applicable State of Minnesota certifications or accreditations that these funds would help the facility achieve.
GrantWatch ID#: 190744
The Grand Meadow Economic Development Authority has made available up to $1,000 in funding for in-home child care providers in the Grand Meadow Area.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications should be submitted to: City of Grand Meadow - Attn: Chris Hahn / EDA.
Applications may also be saved and submitted electronically via email to chris.hahn@CEDAUSA.com, Subject: COVID-19 Child Care Micro-Grant Application.
Please direct questions to Chris Hahn at the above email or at 612-327-9729.
Grant Meadow, Economic Development Authority
City of Grand Meadow
12 Grand Ave E
Grant Meadow, MN 55936
USA: Minnesota: Grand Meadow Area
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