Do you have children 0-12 years old and need help paying for childcare costs? You may be eligible for childcare tuition assistance through the UWSN CARES Childcare Assistance program. Through UWSN CARES, we have already enrolled over 400 students to help Clark County families get back to work while keeping their children safe. Across the valley, we have 45 approved childcare providers accepting applications. See if your family qualifies for assistance and find a provider near you at uwsn.org/UWSNCares. Spanish Language Webinar- Vaccine Awareness Join us for this month's Spanish Language Webinar: Todos A Vacunarnos! Presented by the UNLV School of Public Health, the Nevada Minority Health & Equity Coalition, United Way of Southern Nevada, REACH, and HCI Advertising, this webinar will address vaccine awareness, information, and resources. The presentation will feature various experts from the public health, government, and nonprofit sectors and will stream on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, at 6:00 PM. This is the fifth segment of our Spanish-language webinar series designed to address topics of interest for our local Latino community and provide a forum to ask and receive answers to common questions. Attendees can join via Facebook Live or register using the Zoom link here. Share Your Programs in the Nonprofit Asset Map UWSN is collaborating with nonprofit, corporate, and governmental partners to maintain an up-to-date collection of resources to assist the public with information and assistance. With services ranging from food and shelter assistance to educational activities and news sources, the interactive map provides a detailed look at the programs available to Southern Nevadans in this time of need. Submit your programs to be included by completing the survey here.
Homes Means Nevada: The Homeowner Connect Are you a homeowner experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19? Home Means Nevada, Inc. (HMN) has launched a new, innovative tool for struggling Nevada homeowners as part of its ongoing COVID-19 response initiative. The Homeowner Connect (THOC) is a one-stop resource for homeowners negatively impacted by COVID-19. Learn how you can access help at http://www.homemnv.org/. 2020 Southern Nevada Youth Homeless Summit: The Movement Fights Back Join Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth and Sands Cares for their 2020 Southern Nevada Youth Homeless Summit: The Movement Fights Back virtual conference series. The conference will address the most pressing issues affecting young people experiencing homelessness today: COVID-19 and systemic racism. The virtual summit will feature live panels on November 13 and 20, with timely videos and content sent out to registered attendees leading up to each week's live event. For more information or to register, please visit nphy.org/summit20.
Nevada Volunteers AmeriCorps Funding Opportunity Are you looking for AmeriCorps members to join your team? Nevada Volunteers has released a new funding opportunity for Nevada organizations and agencies interested in receiving AmeriCorps funding to recruit, place, and supervise AmeriCorps members. Organizations interested in applying can visit: https://nevadavolunteers.org/americorps/americorps-funding/
Connecting Kids Nevada Does your student need support with online learning? Nevada students can get connected through Connecting Kids Nevada! The mission of the initiative is to connect every Nevada student in need with reliable internet and devices. Local families who need financial help with the internet or a computer device should call the Connecting Kids Nevada Family Support Center at 888-616-2476.