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The Emergency Child Care Collaborative Will Expire Soon; Expert Talks ‘Plan B’ for Parents

Alliance for Kids (El Paso County) discuss concerns and challenges of local child care providers remain open due to the coronavirus pandemic and a needs assessment underway to learn more.

Inside a Colorado Effort to Keep Child Care Businesses Clean and Open

Early childhood partners including ECCLA collaborate to provide child care providers with essential cleaning supplies to remain open safely. Early Childhood Councils lead as partners to distribute the essential supplies in local communities.

Statewide Fund to Boost Boulder County Child Care Centers During Coronavirus Pandemic

Early childhood partners including ECCLA collaborate to provide child care providers with essential cleaning supplies to remain open safely. Early Childhood Councils lead as partners to distribute the essential supplies in local communities.

Emergency Baby Supplies Distribution

Mesa County Partnership for Children and Families receive FEMA supplies for distribution local families including baby formula, wipes, and diapers.

Child Care Centers Adjust to Strict Guidelines Under “Safer at Home” Order

Alliance for Kids (El Paso County) discuss concerns and challenges of local child care providers to remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Colorado Helps Out Families Who’ve Had Trouble Finding Formula And Diapers During Coronavirus Outbreak

Colorado’s Early Chidhood Councils support local distribution of essential baby supplies from FEMA for families including baby formula, diapers, and wipes.

Emergency Baby Supplies from FEMA

Bent, Otero, Crowley Early Childhood Council receive FEMA supplies for distribution local families including baby formula, wipes, and diapers.

La Plata, Archuleta Counties to Receive Infant Supplies from FEMA

La Plata County Early Childhood Council receive FEMA supplies for distribution local families including baby formula, wipes, and diapers.

Colorado is About to Get $41 million for Early Childhood. Here’s Where the Money Could Go.

Early childhood leaders including ECCLA discuss potential opportunities to stabilize and rebuild Colorado’s child care sector with federal funds for coronavirus response and recovery.

FEMA Shipping 90K Diapers and to Aurora Daycare Serving Low-Income Families

Arapahoe Early Childhood Council receive FEMA supplies for distribution local families including baby formula, wipes, and diapers.

FEMA Provides $3 million Worth of Essential Baby Supplies to Colorado

Colorado’s Early Chidhood Councils support local distribution of essential baby supplies from FEMA for families including baby formula, diapers, and wipes.

United Way of Weld County Receives Baby Supplies for Parents in Need

Promises for Children (Weld County) and United Way of Weld County receive FEMA supplies for distribution local families including baby formula, diapers, and wipes.