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Hogan: State to offer $60 million COVID-19 grant to child care providers

February 15, 2021

Maryland’s licensed child providers and approved family childcare providers are eligible for a $60 million grant program that is aimed at helping offset additional costs incurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program will be established by the state’s Department of Education and will be funded with federal money Maryland received from the coronavirus aid package Congress approved last month. The application process will begin on Feb. 16. The deadline to submit an application is March 3. Applicants must explain how they intend to use the money and detail financial loses attributed to the pandemic.

Article Source: Maryland Reporter

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