YMCA Cape Cod To Receive $1 Million Grant for New Child Care Program

Center will open this fall at Hyannis Village Marketplace...
The YMCA child care center will be located at the Hyannis Village Marketplace. (Google Street image)

Hyannis, MA - On Thursday December 19th, Early Education and Care Commissioner Samantha Aigner-Treworgy; Senator Julian Cyr, and Representatives Will Crocker, David Vieira and Tim Whelan; and YMCA Cape Cod President and CEO Stacie Peugh will announce a $1 million grant award from the state to the YMCA Cape Cod that will fund the opening of a new child care program in Hyannis. 

The YMCA Cape Cod is one of six (6) organizations across the state that will receive a $1 million award in 2019 from the Early Education and Care and Out-of-School Time (EEOST) Capital Fund - Facilities Improvement Grant program, which is jointly administered by the Department of Early Education and Care and the Children's Investment Fund, an affiliate of the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC). 

These grant awards will help support positive outcomes for the enrolled children by providing high quality child care environments and settings that support their learning and development.

The YMCA child care center will be located at the Village Marketplace in Hyannis.  

For more information on this grant program visit:   https://www.mass.gov/service-details/early-education-and-out-of-school-time-eeost-capital-fund

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