Home Grown Paycheck Protect Program Project Outcomes Report

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) strived to provide potentially forgivable loan funding to small businesses as part of the CARES Act. Home Grown’s PPP Project Outcomes Report provides an impact analysis of how Home Grown, in partnership with Civitas Strategies and Nielsen Training and Consulting, trained over 100 intermediary organizations so they could help over a thousand home-based child care providers navigate and access PPP loans.

Further reading: Home-Based Child Care Providers Need Improved Access to Federal Loans Now

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Valuing and Including FFN Care in Early Childhood Systems

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Special Series: The PPP Extension and Home-Based Child Care By Gary Romano Civitas Strategies

If you haven’t received a PPP, it is a great time to get in on the program before it ends. The application for a first time PPP is straightforward and forgiveness (the process of removing the debt so you can keep the funds) is easier than ever. The PPP deadline has been extending until May 31, 2021.
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Special Series: The Families First Coronavirus Response Act Leave By Gary Romano Civitas Strategies

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act Leave provides home-based child care providers with the opportunity to receive funds that can support them with expenses needed to run their organizations. There are two programs through which home-based child care providers can provide this leave: the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (EPSLA) and the Emergency Family & Medical Leave Expansion Act (EFMLEA).