VILLAGE COMMUNITY CARE PROGRAM
Since the April 2022 launch of Prugråman Pinilian, we have been able to provide stability and support for the childcare care industry by providing more Guam families with ﬁnancial support for childcare as well as assist childcare facilities and funding programs through employers, non-proﬁt organizations, after school care programs, community care, relative care, and apprenticeship programs.
We recognize that our village mayors also have an important role in providing essential childcare services and programs for childcare before and after school, during holidays and summer. This program will provide funds that will allow our village Mayors to upgrade and/or repair existing facilities used by the children of the village as well as allow them to provide additional playground areas, purchase supplies to maintain the upkeep of these facilities as well as assist with care for our working families.
A member of The Mayors’ Council of Guam (MCOG), established through the enactment of Public Law 14-27, signed into law on May 26, 1977. The Council is comprised of the nineteen (19) Mayors and the seven (7) Vice Mayors.
Meet compliance with applicable health and safety requirements at the time of application. (i.e., sanitation permits, CPR and First Aid Training, etc.)
Are engaged, or propose to engage, in village programs that assist with the childcare of school-age children, ages 5 through 13, before and after school and during summer months.
The following entities shall not be eligible to receive assistance under this program:
Conditions & Requirements
Villages must agree not to:
Download the grant application form found on the GEDA website at www.investguam.com OR pick up an application form at the GEDA office located on the 5th floor of the ITC building between 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Submit the completed application form and all required documents via email to email@example.com. However, if documents must be hand delivered, we ask that you bring a copy to be stamped by our receptionist. We will not be able to make copies.
GEDA conducts review of application submitted and assigns a unique application number.
If application is complete and deemed eligible, a notice of grant award will be issued and sent to the applicant advising the amount to be awarded.
If certain programs are deemed ineligible, a notice will be issued and sent to the applicant advising the reason of ineligibility.
Regular payment requests will be sent to the Department of Administration for payment of grant awards. Grant award will be disbursed via Electronic Funds Transfer.
For existing programs, a copy of the business license issued by the Department of Revenue and Taxation or the Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) Child Care and Development (CCDF) Certification.
For new programs, a copy of CCDF Application submitted to DPHSS
Organizational documents to include any of the following:
Application Period (one application per village)