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Empowering childcare providers who nurture the next generation

Caring Homes Initiative

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Are you ready to accelerate your business?

The United Way of El Paso County through funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and Wells Fargo, has established the Caring Homes Initiative, a cohort program that provides support to local minority-home-based childcare providers and increases access to quality early childhood education in El Paso.

 
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Our Partners

Our United Way will work closely with community partners to provide comprehensive and specialized technical assistance and mentorship to home-based childcare businesses involved in the program.

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Eligibility

  • Firms that has demonstrated they are owned (51% or more) by a minority group member who is Asian, Black, Hispanic and/or Native American.

 

  • Businesses with less than $2,000,000 in annual receipts.

 

  • Businesses that primarily operate in El Paso County or are majority owned by residents of El Paso.

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How We Help

Our United Way will work closely with community partners to provide comprehensive and specialized technical assistance and mentorship to home-based childcare businesses involved in the program.

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Business Development

We build business mindsets through mentorship including financial and managerial capacity of the business owner.

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Licensure

We increase access to meet safety and improve child care services and quality standards of licensure as well as Texas Rising Star.

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Access to Capital

We connect entrepreneurs with financial assistance to stabilize or grow their business.

Accelerate Your Business
with Caring Homes Initiative
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