Resources for Schools and
We have compiled some useful resources to help schools and daycare centers in this turbulent times, including financial and informational resources.
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No Kid Hungry is offering a grant for emergency meals. https://www.nokidhungry.org/coronavirus-grant-request
- Texas Comptroller information about sales tax help available. https://comptroller.texas.gov/about/emergency/
- Early Education Grants by Texas Education Agency. This grant is not specific to COVID-19 and you have to write a grant proposal, but it is worth considering. https://tea.texas.gov/academics/early-childhood-education/ece-grants
- Government Daycare Center Grants – article by Chron. https://smallbusiness.chron.com/government-daycare-center-grants-12723.html
- First Five Years Fund provides details con child care relief in the COVID-19 economic stimulus package. https://www.ffyf.org/details-on-child-care-relief-in-the-senates-covid-19-economic-stimulus-bill/
- Child Care Aware provides a list of emergency funding resources for child care providers. https://info.childcareaware.org/blog/emergency-funding-resources-that-child-care-providers-can-use-now
- Child Care Aware provides a webinar recording that discusses the Coronavirus Stimulus Bill updates and resources for Early Childhood programs . Click here to view.
- Texas Workforce Commission resources for childcare. https://www.twc.texas.gov/news/covid-19-resources-child-care
- Workforce Commission document regarding Health and Safety for Child Care Facilities during COVID-19 (PDF document). https://www.twc.texas.gov/files/policy_letters/attachments/07-20-att-1-twc.pdf
- Texans Care for Children document regarding actions related to child care programs participating in the state’s subsidy system. http://www.texasaeyc.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_5273627/File/Resources/COVID/TWC%20Actions%20Related%20to%20COVID-19.pdf
- CLI Engage provides teacher resources for COVID-19 https://cli-main.org/public/tools/materials/covid-19-teacher/
- Early Childhood Investigations provides the webinar “Bracing for COVID-19: What Early Childhood Programs Need to Know and Consider Now. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2241834245782501123
- Texas Workforce Commission – Office of Employer Initiatives – Slides on the 4/17/20 presentation “How can the Texas Workforce Commission Assist You? Programs and Tools to Aid Small Businesses Child Care Programs and their Employees during the Current Turbulent Period”. https://www.twc.texas.gov/files/businesses/slides-041720-conference-call-small-business-supports-twc.pdf
- Texas Workforce Commission – PDF Guide for Child Care Programs on New Unemployment Compensation from CARES Act. https://www.twc.texas.gov/files/partners/resources-for-child-care-programs-handouts-twc.pdf
Grants at the National Level
- Save Small Business Fund: Launched by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, it provides up to $5,000 for businesses affected by COVID-19 that are located in a vulnerable area that employ between 3 and 30 people. https://www.uschamber.com/press-release/us-chamber-of-commerce-launches-nationwide-save-small-business-initiative
- Hello Alice. Verizon is offering emergency grants of up to $10,000 for companies impacted by COVID-19. https://businessforall.helloalice.com/
- Google Advertising Grant. Google is offering $340 million in advertising grants. You must already have an active Google Ads account, and a credit will be added automatically to your account. https://www.inc.com/jason-aten/google-unveiled-a-massive-stimulus-program-of-its-own-including-340-million-for-small-businesses.html
- Facebook will assist small businesses with a 40 million dollar fund which is available at some locations only. Houston is not in the list yet but they are updating the list constantly. https://www.facebook.com/business/boost/grants
- GoFundMe Grant. GoFundMe partnered with Quickbooks, Yelp, GoDaddy and Bill.com to give small business a $500 grant if they raise at least $500 on GoFundMe. https://www.gofundme.com/f/smallbusinessrelieffund
- Red Backpack Fund. The Red Backpack Fund, started by Spanx’s Sara Blakeley, is giving 1,000 grants of $5,000 each to female entrepreneurs in the U.S. The next round of grants will open on May 4.
Grants at the State Level
- Texas Grants for Preschools, Early Childhood Grants. This is a list of grants by GrantWatch. https://texas.grantwatch.com/cat/26/preschool-grants.html
- AssistHer Emergency Relief Grant. Texas Women’s University is giving $10,000 grants for women entrepreneurs whose business has been affected by COVID-10. https://twu.edu/center-women-entrepreneurs/assisther-emergency-relief-grant/
- Texas Black Expo Grant. Texas Black Expo is offering $1,000-$10,000 grants to business owners who have been in business for two years, are currently open and have been affected by COVID-19. https://www.inc.com/gabrielle-bienasz/small-business-grants-2020.html
Grant and Loan Trackers
- This is a great resource from Duke university that tracks both loans and grants, both locally and nationally. https://www.appsheet.com/start/b623f7ad-9fc1-4f97-9d0e-f44983032d2a#appName=COVIDResource-1340872&page=dashboard&table=CASE+COVID19+Capital+Resources+for+Entrepreneurs&view=The+#COVID19CapitalRelief+Dashboard
- GrantWatch tracks grants that small businesses and non-profits can apply for. https://www.grantwatch.com/