Program Planning

Financing Facilities

Following is a list of non-profit financial and Technical Assistance (TA) intermediaries involved in planning, developing, and financing facilities for low-income child care and Head Start programs. Grantees looking for new funding resources to support their goals and objectives will find this information useful.

Recognition of the need for high-quality child care has grown exponentially for all pre-school children, but particularly for low- and moderate-income children. The increase in the number of working parents, as well as new Federal and State education requirements for students of all ages, have underscored the importance of safe, caring, affordable environments in which young children can receive quality care and preparation to begin school ready to succeed. Increasing numbers of early care and education providers are requesting information and financing assistance to be able to participate in these expansion opportunities.

Contact a local or national representative for assistance or referral information for:

  • Financing for real estate development
  • Technical assistance in business planning, real estate development, application for financing
CaliforniaBuilding Child Care in California
Connecticut, New Jersey, & New YorkLeviticus 25:23 Alternative Fund, Inc.
Delaware, New Jersey & New YorkThe Reinvestment Fund
New HampshireNew Hampshire Community Loan Fund
New JerseyNew Jersey Community Capital
MaineCoastal Enterprises, Inc.
MinnesotaDevelopment Corporation for Children
OhioFinance Fund
PennsylvaniaWomen's Community Revitalization Project
Washington D.C.Washington Area Community Investment Fund
NationalCenter for Community Self-Help
NationalLow Income Investment Fund
NationalNational Economic Development & Law Center
NationalNational Nonprofit Finance Fund
NationalSussman Associates