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AT22-314 Webinar Spending Strategies for the Child Care Relief Fund
August 17 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PMFree
Webinar Title: Spending Strategies for the Child Care Relief Fund
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Webinar Date: 8/17/2022
Webinar Time: 2:00p-3:00p
Webinar with Texas Workforce Commission on funding opportunities available for Early Childhood Education Centers
Are you looking for ways to improve your Early Childcare Center? Interested in learning how to green your space so children can spend more time outdoors? Join Texas Children in Nature Network and Texas Workforce Solutions to learn about a great option for funding to install an Outdoor Learning Environement.
The 2022 Child Care Relief Fund can have a huge impact on your business and the children in your care. Though this one-time funding brings much needed relief, the challenge will be to balance your short-term and long-term business needs as you decide how to best utilize these funds.
Join us as we hear from representatives with the Texas Workforce Commission and their Business Coaching partner, Civitas Strategies Early Start, to learn about strategies for spending your 2022 Child Care Relief Funds. TWC and Civitas will give a brief overview of the program, including allowable expenses, reporting requirements, and tax and legal implications. They will also welcome your questions.
For more information, please review our resources on childcare.texas.gov, including a Tips & Tricks document for some spending strategies, available for both Homes and Centers (also available in Spanish and Vietnamese on our website).
Cost: no charge
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