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Responding to COVID-19: Home-based child care emergency fund: Final data from Home Grown Emergency Fund communities

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The impact of Home Grown’s Emergency Fund on HBCC was far-reaching. Home Grown’s grants, combined with matching private funds and public funding, provided direct support to 2625 HBCC providers who served more than 18,000 children. These funds offered crucial financial support during a period when providers were in financial jeopardy as a result of lost enrollment and income. The funding provided critical support to providers to maintain their businesses; pay for their own housing, utilities and food; and to pay for the additional supplies to meet the needs of the essential workers who depended on them for child care. (author abstract)
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United States
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Wisconsin; Washington; Texas; South Carolina; New York; New Jersey; Minnesota; Michigan; Hawaii; Georgia; California; Arizona

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