Remote Learning Grants
- Read about Remote Learning Grants – Support for school-age programs and child care providers.
- Applications are open now with proposals accepted on a rolling basis.
- Grants must be awarded AND expended by December 30, 2020.
- View The WEBINAR RECORDING or Presentation Slides
- Press Release from Governor Kelly
Quality Subgrants – read about the 5 categories of grants and the timeline for awards. Proposals due October 19, 2020.
Subgrants are available for:
Child Care Access
Rural Child Care
Connecting Families to Services
Improving Quality of Care
Workforce Health Fund
The Early Childhood Workforce Health Fund will pay or reimburse for medical expenses directly attributable to COVID-19 testing and treatment between March 12, 2020 (Governor’s emergency declaration) and December 1, 2020, or until funds are no longer available. Verification of eligibility is required.
Details here: Kansas Hero Relief
Child Health Care Consultants and Facility Grants
Child Care Health Consultants will be available to all KDHE-licensed facilities for technical assistance/consultation and to assess environments (through virtual or on-site visits). Consultants will advise on actions or modifications needed to meet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health and safety recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses.
Technology Distribution through Home Visiting
The Technology for Families Program provides connectivity, equipment, and devices to support virtual access for families receiving home visiting services. Families benefiting from these funds will have children prenatal/birth to age 5 and will have demonstrated need.
allinforkansaskids.org - link for social media
Use this short url in social media for an overview of all opportunities: allinforkansaskids.org
Overview of all grants - webinar recording
Tuesday, 9/29/20 at 6:30pm – Remote Learning Grants and Resources for Child Care Providers. This webinar will feature a brief recap of the Remote Learning Grant opportunity, as well as provide an overview of specific resources currently available to support child care providers including the Child Care Health Consultant Network. School-age programs, KDHE-licensed child care providers, and those with demonstrated experience and success delivering quality, safe, out-of-home care and education services/programs for school-age children are encouraged to attend.