Feb 25, 7-8pm PPP Workshop for Child Care Providers

Child Care Providers: How to Apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – A Workshop to Access Forgivable Loans to Sustain Your Business!

Workshop Announcement

Thursday, February 25, 2021

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm PT (90 mins, including breakout Q&A session)

Registration Link

Child care providers—both for profit and non-profit—are eligible for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which provides loan opportunities for small businesses. Better yet, these loans are forgiven under certain circumstances. Don’t miss this opportunity!

Join this webinar specifically designed for child care providers in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Participants will: (1) learn about eligibility guidelines; (2) get advice on how to ensure the PPP application process goes smoothly; (3) hear from a peer child care provider who benefitted from a PPP loan; and (4) have the opportunity to get questions answered from lenders and technical assistance providers.

The March 31st approval deadline is quickly approaching – you only have a few weeks left to apply — don’t miss your opportunity to apply for this important financial support!

Click here to register for the workshop.  One of the breakout sessions will be offered in Spanish.

Workshop Presenters

Kim Burgess Simms, HHS Administration for Children and Families

Craig Nolte, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Kerrie Hurd, Small Business Administration

Debbie Cornwall, Debbie’s Daycare, Renton, WA

Christine Buckley, Business Impact NW

Who Should Attend

Child care providers, Child Care Resource & Referral Organizations, Small Business Development Centers, Small Business Lenders, Government Agencies

Zoom Link: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1612596023?pwd=eUR0YTFWemUvbGV1VVdlWENDRGNXZz09

Event Contacts

Kimberly Burgess Simms

kimberly.burgesssimms@acf.hhs.gov

(301) 569-1179

Craig Nolte

craig.nolte@sf.frb.org

(206) 396-2192

Child Care spotlight on Clallam County

Prevention Works! releases new Child care video short addressing the needs within Clallam County.

A little background on Prevention Works!

Mission: Prevention Works! is a coalition that promotes positive childhoods in Clallam County. 

Vision: All children of Clallam County will thrive

Prevention Works! is a 501c3 all volunteer community coalition founded in 1998.  Members are dedicated to the wellbeing of all Clallam County children, through enhancing services and education for children/youth, parents and professionals throughout the county.  Adopting a catalyst role, Prevention Works! coordinates and collaborates with many partners, community leaders and organizations.  Using tools of advocacy, coordination, and education our goal is to raise awareness and expand knowledge about positive child development, effective prevention measures and potential interventions all designed to improve the wellbeing of the children of Clallam County.  

Prevention Works!’ primary focus for 2019-2021 is on children birth through eight.