Upon completing Foundations for Families’ Early Head Start – Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) fiscal training in June 2017, a participant shared the following:
I have benefitted more from this session than any other fiscal training I have had in the past 5 years.
We appreciated these kind words, and we believe that our approach of six pillars for EHS-CCP fiscal success is one that will benefit all EHS-CCP grantees.
On September 18, 2017 Foundations for Families Senior Consultant Linda Dunphy will present a full-day pre-conference session at the Region IV Head Start Association 2017 Early Head Start Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. Join us as Linda presents Achieve Fiscal & Program Success with the Six Pillar Approach to EHS-CCP: Practical & Comprehensive.
We know that fiscal is the number one challenge of round 1 EHS-CCP grantees. It can be tough, especially when coordinating with partners, but there are supports you can put into place to help ensure your success. If you’re an EHS-CCP round 1 grantee that needs fiscal guidance, or a newly awarded round 2 grantee, this will be an opportunity to take dig into your fiscal model, ask questions, collaborate, and develop new strategies to enhance the health of your program.
Is your program located outside of Region 4? Not a problem! You are welcome to attend the pre-conference session as well as attend the Institute, which runs September 19-21, 2017. In fact, when we presented this session in June attendees came from outside of Region 4. Having broad representation of EHS-CCP grantees is most valuable!
Reserve your spot for the pre-conference session and please feel free to be in touch with any questions. We hope to see you in Atlanta!