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City of Providence Early Learning Facilities Grant – Wave 2 – Application Closed

Early Learning Facilities Improvement Grants Wave 2 Application is NOW CLOSED Recognizing the need for increased access to high-quality early learning programming and the key role facilities play in shaping the availability and quality of services, City of Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza has partnered with LISC to offer facility improvement grants to child care …

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May 2021 eNEWS – Updated Resources; Getting Your Air Conditioner Ready for Summer; Funding Opportunities

Child Care Facilities Fund Resources Updated We have updated our resource guides, a “how-to” series to assist organizations that are planning to renovate, construct or improve their facilities: Volume 1 on Child Care Center Facilities Development & Financing identifies all of the steps in the real estate development and financing process, and helps child care providers and their …

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Preschool Development Grant (PDG) Facilities Planning Grants

  PDG Facility Planning Grants First wave of funding closed 6/1/21 – additional waves will be announced based on funding availability. Preschool Development Grant (PDG) Facility Planning grants are available for predevelopment and feasibility activities to develop, expand or improve early childhood facilities. Grant-funded planning work could include hiring professionals for the following: architectural design …

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City of Providence Early Learning Facilities Grant- Application CLOSED

Early Learning Facilities Improvement Grants Thank you to all who applied! The application is now CLOSED. Recognizing the need for increased access to high-quality early learning programming and the key role facilities play in shaping the availability and quality of services, City of Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza has partnered with LISC to offer facility …

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November 2018 eNEWS – Policy Update, Update on Infant/Toddler Interior Design Program, and Outdoor Play in Winter

Policy Update The Bi-Partisan Policy Institute’s Early Learning Facilities Policy Framework Safe and developmentally appropriate early care and learning programs are an essential component of building healthy and economically sustainable communities in which families and young children thrive. Physical environment, however, is one important feature of program quality that is often overlooked. To address this …

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Fall 2018 eNEWS – Update on the OPIP, Reducing Unwanted Noise, & Online Workshops

Update on Playground Interventions Blue Across Rhode Island Day of Service Two of our Outdoor Play Intervention sites, The Genesis Center in Providence, and the Y’s Owl Nursery School – Kent County YMCA in Warwick, were selected to participate in the Blue Across Rhode Island initiative, a program of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode …

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August 2018 eNEWS – Development & Financing online module, OPIP update, Women’s Business Leaders conference, & Emergency preparedness webinar,

Our Third Online Workshop is Now Live! Child Care Center Facilities Development & Financing Our third online module, Child Care Centers Facilities Development and Financing , is now available! This new self-guided, interactive workshop has been developed for child care center directors, owners, education coordinators, facility managers, school leaders, and others who work with educational facilities. One of …

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