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November 26, 2018 in Local News, CCYP News

2018 Giving Circle Grant Recipients

At our recent 13th Annual Community Breakfast on November 14th, CCYP was excited to announce our 2018 Giving Circle Grant recipients! In partnership with the Cape Cod Foundation, the Giving Circle Grant Program is designed to fund creative projects and programs that amplify CCYP's mission in priority areas such as housing, childcare, civic engagement, and economic development. With over 70 Giving Circle donors, the Giving Circle Grant Program has successfully awarded $40,000 worth of grants to area nonprofits working to improve our Cape Cod community since 2015. Take a look below to learn more about our 2018 grant recipients!

Interested in becoming a Giving Circle donor? Giving Circle members make monthly donation of $10, $20, or $50, and then decide as a group how best to apply these funds for positive community change. Learn more today!

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​Cape Cod Child Development, $1,000

For Translation Services to translate Pre-School, Family Child Care and School Age program informational documents and online applications into both Spanish and Portuguese

Cape Cod Childrens Place
Cape Cod Children's Place, $2,000

To provide scholarships for childcare for working families. Funds will be available to help subsidize the cost of early education and care at a licensed early education center or licensed family daycare provider in our region that has been chosen by the family to care for their children.

Community Development Partnership
Community Development Partners, $2,000

To support the Community Housing Partnership, a comprehensive community-based strategy to build municipal capacity and public support for affordable housing. The Partnership also aims to equip low- to moderate-income residents, business and community leaders, and local elected and appointed officials with the knowledge and skills to support the creation of more affordable housing on Cape Cod.

Housing Assistance Corporation
Housing Assistance Corporation, $2,000

To support the Rental Conversion program initiative which will seek to incentivize second homeowners on Cape Cod to convert their homes to year-round rentals.

Mass Audubon
Mass Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, $1,000

To support “Tyke Hikes: Educating Children, Supporting Caregivers, Enhancing Family Life,” a free, enrichment program for Outer Cape preschool children and their parents or caregivers.

Ymca Cape Cod
YMCA Cape Cod, $2,000

To support the childcare program located at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School, which offers affordable childcare and an age-appropriate developmental preschool education to children of families living in Cape Cod Tech’s twelve-town district.