Apply for a Nana Grant

Nana Grants issues one-year, renewable child care grants to low-income, single student mothers who are attending a HOPE-eligible college or qualifying job training program in Georgia. We pay the childcare provider directly on the mother’s behalf for full-time, before school, after school, or summer camp child care depending on the needs of the family.

Qualifications

Nana Grants applicants must be:

  • A single mother
  • Low-income (Pell-Eligible)
  • Pursuing a technical or vocational education, an associate’s degree, a bachelor’s degree, or enrolled in a qualifying job-training program
  • Enrolled in or accepted to a HOPE-eligible Georgia college or university or qualifying job training program and maintaining a 2.0 GPA or equivalent
  • Making satisfactory academic progress, including completion of at least six or more semester credit hours per semester

Other Selection Factors:

  • Clarity of school/career goals
  • Progress toward meeting those goals
  • Future plan for meeting those goals
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