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The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Child Care Assistance Program was approved by the Hyattsville City Council to support an organization's ability to offer additional childcare and aftercare spaces to low- and moderate-income households in the City of Hyattsville.
The fund includes $100,000 for eligible organizations to support the provision of child care services to residents in the City of Hyattsville, with awards up to $25,000 per organization. Funds will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must be able to provide proof of eligibility for the grant program. Applicants will need to submit a W-9 form for payment.
For assistance with this application, please review the Frequently Asked Questions at: www.hyattsville.org/rescueplan
Please contact American Rescue Plan Program Manager Patrick Paschall at email@example.com or (301) 485-6924 for questions. Please allow up to 30 calendar days to process grant applications.
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All applicants are required to submit a federal Form W-9 in order to receive payment. You can download a copy of the form at: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf
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Eligible uses “can include new or expanded services, increasing access to services, efforts to bolster, support, or preserve existing providers and services, and similar activities.” (SRFLF Final Rule, at p. 96-97) Examples of likely eligible projects include:
-Staff training costs for employees to become trained as licensed childcare providers, including staff salaries during training and onboarding.
-Temporarily subsidizing seats in childcare centers for low-income families.
-Costs associated with becoming a licensed childcare center or family childcare provider, including one-time startup costs or physical building alterations.
* Award amounts are limited to the actual harm established, up to $25,000.
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