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Indiana Family, Social Services launch Build, Learn, Grow

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The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced new Build, Learn, Grow Stabilization Grants.

The money is intended to support child care, early care and education. It includes out-of-school time programs that have faced increased costs and challenges brought on by the pandemic.

The funds will be distributed across at least two grant rounds, with the first round covering three months of providers’ operating expenses. Allowing them to stabilize their operations and invest in their businesses.

The money is made possible by funding that Indiana has received from the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act.

Providers can learn more about Build, Learn, Grow Stabilization Grants and apply here.

The site contains an introductory webinar, application walkthrough, FAQs and the link to apply.

All applications must be received no later than Dec. 30, 2021, though providers are encouraged to apply right away to begin using their funds.

Additional rounds of funding will be announced in the future.

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