NJ Grants for Sandy-Affected Child Care Programs

by Associated Press
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Funds being provided for New Jersey child care programs affected by Superstorm Sandy.

The Christie Administration says $2.5 million in grants are being given to child care-related programs and families impacted by Superstorm Sandy.
 
The Social Services Block Grant funds will be used to help families whose child care was disrupted as a result of Sandy, or for storm-related repairs or supplies for child-care programs.
 
State human services officials say many child care centers were damaged or destroyed by Sandy.
 
The grant money will be allocated in different categories. Non-profit or for-profit child care programs can apply for grants of up to $50,000. Child care centers are eligible for grants of up to $3,000. Family child care providers can apply for up to $1,500 to replace damaged materials, and eligible families whose child care was disrupted by the storm can apply for subsidies.

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