SPARK funding announced in late December is being administered through the Children’s Cabinet and Trust Fund under the Child Care Capacity Accelerator grant program.
These grants will support construction/major renovation and operational support to add high-quality and sustainable licensed child care seats in Kansas.
The application process must include a letter of interest, which is due Feb. 20, before the final application is due in May.
Learn more about this new opportunity at https://allinforkansaskids.org/communities/. Additional guidance on this grant opportunity, including an FAQ document and information about the RFP/online application, will be shared on this page as it becomes available.
Applicants may ask questions and submit their letters of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Child Care Capacity Accelerator, watch the February Kansas Children’s Cabinet meeting.
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