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Round Two – Applying for Federal Opportunities for Small Business & Non-Profit Support: A Crash Course on COVID-19 Response

The first program we covered is the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) – a forgivable loan, meaning that it can function much like a grant, to support small businesses with up to 2.5 months of payroll and certain other expenses (rent/mortgage, utilities). Funding for this was limited, and was given out on a first-come first-served basis. As a result, it has - since the webinar - run out of its initial funds.
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PRESS RELEASE: Governor’s 4K Expansion Plan Brings New Day to South Carolina’s Children

January 6, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Megan Carolan, Institute for Child Success PHONE: 864-287-8063 ext. 704 EMAIL: mcarolan@instituteforchildsuccess.org Governor’s 4K Expansion Plan Brings New Day to South Carolina’s ChildrenProposed budget prioritizes full-day 4K for low-income students, creates opportunities for…

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Applying an Equity Lens to Greenville’s Housing Crisis

In Greenville County, the average annual income of a white individual is $59,820, a Hispanic individual is $35,794, and a black individual is $33,643. In the 2016 South Carolina Affordable Housing Study, the estimated income needed to afford a house in Greenville County was $53,633, which far surpasses the average income of black and Hispanic populations in Greenville by nearly $20,000.
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Public Transit: Make it Comfortable, Compatible & Easy (Especially for Parents with Children)

All of the hallmark inconveniences of public transportation (long wait times, inclement weather, tight spaces/limited seating) are compounded for those traveling with children. A long line gets longer with a screaming child. It rains harder and the sun is hotter while waiting at the bus stop. Space gets tighter when you need room to store a stroller.
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