Early Matters Awards Grant To 13 Child Care Programs

Thirteen local child care providers can now make capital improvements to increase the quality of their programs, thanks to grants from the Quality Matters Fund. The purpose of the fund, initiated by Early Matters Chattanooga, is to enable child care programs to improve quality or increase the number of available high-quality seats.

Early Matters advocates that positive experiences for young children – especially within high-quality early childhood programming – are essential for child health, learning, and overall well-being.

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