The Children in Shelter Childcare Assistance Fund now serves children up to the age of 12. The fund provides support to homeless families living in shelters through assistance with childcare costs. Children in Shelter is open to families living in emergency shelters (including domestic violence shelters) or enrolled in the CT Rapid Rehousing Program. It may pay for childcare fees at a licensed facility or licensed individual provider for a children under the age of 12, as well as transportation needs, such as bus passes or gas cards.
CCEH statewide membership meeting
All current CCEH members are invited and encouraged to attend. This meeting is a big step in CCEH's renewed efforts to connect with members and build a stronger coalition.
Wednesday, November 12
9:00am - 1:00pm
Community Health Center, Inc.
675 Main St, Middletown, Connecticut 06457
The Melville Trust is issuing a Request for Proposals for its Employment and Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) program. The EOF provides modest, highly flexible support for the employment related expenses, educational and training aspirations of people who are homeless or exiting homelessness. Grants are made to Connecticut nonprofit providers on an annual basis, up to $7,500. Application deadline is December 5th, 2014; they anticipate awarding 10-12 EOF grants by the end of the year.