Grant Opportunities

We are always seeking new ways to support qualified organizations with expertise in early childhood education and care, serving families with children up to five years old. Our funding supports Evidence-Based/ Informed Practices where our recipients mirror our fiscally responsible stewardship of taxpayer and private dollars, making sure that every dollar invested in early childhood development in Forsyth County delivers positive results.

Congratulations to the recipients of our COVID-19 Relief Fund!

Through the generosity of Cardinal Innovations Healthcare, the battle against the pandemic is being addressed for our low-income, minority communities that have carried the brunt of the virus’ social burdens. The social and economic impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) are significant, and we are excited to support local efforts that are improving the health, wellness, and stability of vulnerable children and families in our community. We appreciate the commitment you have to our Forsyth County and we graciously "thank you" for submitting a COVID-19 Relief Fund proposal for consideration. Checks will be mailed directly to the facility address indicated on your application.

As we brace for the situation to worsen during the coming cold and flu season, we also know that the number of people facing acute hunger is expected to double by the end of the year. For our childcare centers, we are redoubling our efforts to provide more face masks, touchless thermometers, cleaning supplies, and food, when needed to safely reopen communities and workplaces across Forsyth County. Together, we can ensure that our essential workers and children have a seamless way to go about their work and lives more safely.

To date: 1,736 children under age five, who were served by 287 teachers in 42 childcare facilities received exactly the essential PPE items needed. 1,076 of those children have parents who serve as essential employees, including facility janitors, caregivers, and employees of emergency call centers, grocery/ gas stations, etc. We appreciate your service and continue to serve you.

2020 Recipients:

Kidzzone Learning Center, $500

Wanda's Little Wonders, $500

Mount Zion Child Development Center, $500

Jamea A. Coleman Learning Day Care, $500

TLC Learning Academy Inc., $250

North Point Academy LLC., $250

Church Childare Plus, $250

Sunshine House, $500

Discovering Our World CDC, $500

Children's Academy on Trade, $500

Church Childcare Center, Inc., $250

Bailey Preschool, $500

First Step Preschool, $500

Sandra’s Family Child Care, $500

Little Gift Learning Academy, $500

Developing Minds & More II, $500

Ephesus Learning Center, $500

Cuddle Bugs Daycare, $500

Motherly Love Daycare and Learning Ctr., $500

Doletta Learning Center, $500

The Learning Place CDC, $500

 

Kiddie Luv Child Care, $500

Cherry Tree House, $500

Rising Stars Childcare, $500

Carver Road Educational Center, $500

Oak Summit Learning Academy, $500

Victoria’s Academy, $500

Grant’s Daycare, $500

Little Geniuses Learning Center, $500

Unique Child Care, $500

Sweet Dreams, $500

Maxx Kinder Kollege LLC, $500

Doodlebugs Academy, $500

ACWLC II, Inc., $500

La Petite Academy, $500

Immanuel Baptist Daycare, $500

A Child's World Learning Center, $500

Hytec of WInston-Salem Inc., $500

Generations Preschool & Childcare, Inc., $500

Kelly's Daycare, $500

Tonyas Tiny Tots, LLC, $500

Teddy Bear Tender Care, $500

Ready to find out more?

All recipient payments have been rendered via U.S. mail. Receipts totaling the award amount are due to Ashley Martin by close of business on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. For further questions, contact us here!