Daycare Assistance Program
The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation is constantly looking for areas where it can provide needed assistance to the families of deceased CIA personnel. We are pleased at this time to announce our newest initiative, The Day Care Assistance Program. Many of the families we support have younger children to care for and this prevents many of the parents from returning to the workplace. In order to assist in these situations, the Foundation’s Board of Directors has recently approved a program to provide eligible families with financial assistance in support of daycare programs for their young children. This program will begin on January 1, 2019.
In order to qualify for the Daycare Assistance Program, you must have responsibility for a child (or children) at home, who are already in a daycare program, and who are under the age of 14. Applicants must be enrolled in a licensed daycare facility, care provider, after-school program, summer or sports camp while the parent or guardian is employed either on a part-time or full-time basis. In addition, the child must be eligible for the Foundation’s scholarship assistance program once he/she reaches college age.
If you have any questions about eligibility or know of special circumstances outside this criteria, please contact us. We take great pride in giving personal attention to each and every one of our family members, and are here to help. For all questions or inquiries regarding the Day Care Assistance Program, please contact our Family Liaison Officer, Leslie Dixon Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org.