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Karen Tylek's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
KimKruckel
40:08
Hi! Kim Kruckel, Child Care Law Center in California
Linda Southward
40:09
Linda Southward,
Kelly
40:13
Kelly Hart - Smart Start Partnership for Children, Henderson County, NC
jori farley
40:17
Jori Farley ELRC 12
Amy Christianson
40:17
Amy Christianson, Satellite Family Child Care System, Madison WI
sroth
40:17
Sheri Roth - Quality Coach ELRC 13
Amber Ruch
40:20
Amber Ruch, Quality Coach ELRC 13
Diane Getzinger
40:20
Diane Getzinger, Early Learning Resource Center Region 18, Philadelphia, PA
Cameron Joy-Kurtz
40:20
Cameron Joy-Kurtz, Child Care Aware of Washington
ecomo
40:24
Elana Como Director ELRC
cynthia.galston
40:25
Cynthia Galston -- Child Care Aware of America
msonnenberg
40:26
Mary Sonnenberg, Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, NC
Chelle Finkler
40:27
Michelle Finkler, YWCA Metropolitan Chicago
Elaine Rodgers
40:28
Elaine Rodgers, Children Home & Aid
luisa.santos
40:28
Luisa Santos, Community Labor United, Boston, Massachusetts
Sally Sharp Lehman
40:30
Sally Sharp Lehman, SLC Consulting working with the MA Early Childhood Funder Collaborative
Linda Southward
40:33
Linda Southward, Children's Foundation of Mississippi
Eva Simonsson
40:33
Eva Simonsson, Community Resources for Children in Napa, California
katemaccrimmon
40:33
Hi everyone, I’m Kate MacCrimmon from Satellite Family Child Care from Madison, Wisconsin!
Opportunities Exchange
40:34
Sharon Easterling, Opportunities Exchange
Misty Jewell
40:34
Misty Jewell Technical Assistance Specialist for Childcare Aware of Virginia, Piedmont Region
Shira Badanes
40:35
Hello. Shira Badanes at ERLC 18, Philadelphia
Janice Moenster
40:36
Janice Moenster Children's Home & Aid, IL
Sammy Moon
40:37
Sammy Moon, The Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy
ed.gresco
40:38
Ed Gresco Director CSEA VOICE Local 100A
Monica Cohens
40:39
Monica Cohens - South Carolina CCR&R Family Child Care Quality Coach
MONICA WINCE
40:39
Monica Wince - Monica Wince’s Family Child Care Home - Philadelphia, PA
Carol Hartman
40:40
Carol Hartman, National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance
Ashley Simpson Baird
40:43
Ashley Simpson Baird, Briya Public Charter School/Mary’s Center
ecomo
40:43
Dan Adamus COO JAM Foundation
Jaime-Jin Lewis
40:43
Jaime-Jin Lewis // Workers Need Childcare and Wiggle Room // Brooklyn, NY
szhang
40:43
sherri zhang - california child care resource & referral network
Tamika Terry
40:51
Tamika Terry, Commit Partnership- Dallas
children
40:53
Donna Minster Child Care Aware of NJ
khook
40:57
Hello! Greetings from Wisconsin Early Childhood Association
Kasia Cowitch
40:59
Kasia Cowitch - ELRC Region 14
Claudia Solano
41:05
Claudia Solano, Children's Bureau of Southern California
Rochelle Deane
41:07
Rochelle Deane- Community Service for Children- ELRC 14 Quality Coach
Sherilynn Kimble
41:08
Sherilynn Kimble, The Kimble Group- Philadelphia
Lillian Robles
41:08
Lillian Robles, Senior Development Officer, Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation
Denise Cressman
41:08
Denise Cressman Pennsylvania I am a family child care provider and also the Family Child Care Specialist for Pennsylvania Child Care Providers Association PACCA
jessicarawlins
41:10
Jessica Rawlins, All Our Kin - NYC
Beth Gambone
41:17
Beth Gambone, Community Services for Children, ELRC 14
melora balson
41:17
Melora Balson, Commonwealth Children’s Fund, Massachusetts
Paquita Mansouri
41:20
Paquita Mansouri Children's Bureau
Chelsea Sprayregen
41:21
Chelsea Sprayregen, Promise Venture Studio, based in Chicago
MSFCCA Family Child Care Association
41:25
Ruby Daniels President, Maryland State Family Child Care Association
Emily Bustos
41:30
Emily Bustos, Denver's Early Childhood Council
September Jarrett
41:38
September Jarrett, Heising-Simons Foundation, listening in as a supporter of Home Grown.
lydiaicke
41:40
Lydia Icke, Commonwealth Children’s Fund, MA
Alma
41:43
Alma DELGADO early childhood Educator from Chicago
hamideh kia
42:06
Hamideh kia, Children's Bureau
Aubryn
42:25
Aubryn Wojtkielewicz ELRC 12
Mary Beth Testa
42:28
Mary Beth Testa, family child care policy consultant
Marina Kaneko
42:32
Marina Kaneko, Spring Impact, based in San Francisco
Joe Perreault
42:38
Joe Perreault, Professional Family Child Care Alliance of Georgia
Bill
42:56
Bill Hudson, Family Child Care Associates, VA
Rachel Schumacher
43:11
Rachel Schumacher, early childhood policy consultant and Raising Child Care Fund - ECFC
Jennifer McGowan
44:05
Jennifer McGowan, Tribal Child Care Association of California
sroth
45:13
Will this power point be made available to us?
Kristen Sobolewski
45:30
Kristen Sobolewski, Kent County Shared Services Pilot Project Manager, First Steps Kent
Ali Och
45:38
Ali Och, MyVillage
Katharine Correll
46:27
Katharine Correll, LENA, personally based in NC
Rachel Bonsignore
47:44
Rachel Bonsignore, Director of Liftoff Western NY, www.liftoffwny.org
Melinda Weber
50:46
Melinda Weber, Program Director
Melinda Weber
50:52
Shared Services MA
karenmurrell
51:55
Karen Murrell, Opportunities Exchange
Jaime-Jin Lewis
55:03
Thank you for your work, Melody.
Linda Southward
55:21
Melody, thanks for all the work you are doing and encouraging others!!!
katemaccrimmon
55:46
Thank you Melody, for your dedication and big heart!!
children
56:47
Melody, you are our "Shero"! Thank you!
mbradford
01:01:46
Thanks Eliot. As a FCC System administrator with 80 affiliated FCC providers/small business owners outside of Boston, it is refreshing to know that folks like yourself understand the needs and value of these home based programs.
Eliot Brenner
01:03:07
Thank you Melody, for all you are doing to help the children and families of essential workers during this challenging time!
mbradford
01:04:47
Thanks Melody for all you are dong! Stay safe!
melora balson
01:11:09
Bevin - would be helpful to learn how your priorities changed in the first week, as you mentioned, as a roadmap for others.
Emily Bustos
01:11:57
We're seeing a need for flexible re-start funding to assist providers in re-opening
Sally Sharp Lehman
01:15:04
Please talk about how you balance the need for due diligence with the desire to reduce administration/application lift for providers
Ali Och
01:18:09
Echoing @sroth’s question. Will this presentation be available after the call?
Karen Tylek
01:18:46
We will make the recording of the session available after the call
lydiaicke
01:23:40
Do you plan to provide any financial support for intermediaries as part of the grants?
Jerletha McDonald
01:24:29
This is so refreshing! Thank you for supporting Family Childcare Professionals!
Karen Tylek
01:24:54
Link to the FAQ: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RGxf4IQsp3ge9zdrVh0Pewn2AmbKEJglDAOOAs2QLHg/edit?usp=sharing
Cameron Joy-Kurtz
01:25:58
There is overwhelming need everywhere. We have spoken with partner orgs in our state who also plan to apply for this grant opportunity. Can we each apply? Should we address in our applications how we will reach different needs in communities?
Lillian Robles
01:27:36
If our target population for the Fund is unlicensed FFN, do we still need to fund licensed providers as well?
Conny Zhu
01:28:08
So organization from around the nation can apply or is this limited to certain states/areas in the U.S.?
Ali Och
01:30:29
A few questions. 1. Are there limitations on what exactly a provider can use the funds for with regards to keeping their program up and running or do they have the flexibility to choose whether it’s used for supplies, insurance, housing costs, etc? 2. Can the funds be used to support new supply of programs or is it only available to help support and sustain existing programs? Knowing that many ECE workers have been furloughed from centers and opening a new program could be a great new career trajectory that supports both workforce and the community. 3. Would the funds be able to be used for tuition support for families that don’t qualify for subsidy or have a short-term financial support need?
Conny Zhu
01:34:06
can this fund be used to support family child care providers who close during this pandemic time or it has to be used to support providers who remain open now?
Venus.Chen
01:34:09
can this fund be used to support family child care providers who close during this pandemic time or it has to be used to support providers who remain open now?
katemaccrimmon
01:37:40
What is the long term thinking on emergency funds? Is it a one time application opportunity? Sorry if I missed that!
Lillian Robles
01:38:24
thank you for responding to the unlicensed FFN target. we serve both licensed and unlicensed providers, but identified the unlicensed FFN because they are the hardest to reach and do not qualify for unemployment and will not receive chilcare fees from the
Molly
01:38:33
Do you have a list of funds that have already been created, like PEFSEE, to see if there are local efforts funders can support directly?
Karen Tylek
01:39:01
You may submit more questions to info@homegrownchildcare.org
Linda Southward
01:39:45
Great call, Thank you!
Ali Och
01:39:54
Thanks so much!
Rochelle Deane
01:39:55
Thank you.
Monica Cohens
01:39:56
Thank you!
Venus.Chen
01:39:57
thanks
Sally Sharp Lehman
01:39:58
Thanks!
Oscar Tang, FCCASF & CFCCN
01:40:00
thanks
Sherilynn Kimble
01:40:00
Thank you, very informative
Rachel Schumacher
01:40:01
Will the grants require any technical assistance to providers or to think about forming an ongoing network be providers?
children
01:40:06
Thank you! Be safe!
Amy Christianson
01:40:06
Thank you!