A Clay County program will benefit from a $40,000 grant. Early Learning Indiana has awarded more than $319,000 in grants to six communities. CRADLES in Brazil is one of the recipients.
CRADLES will use its grant to build a new classroom and equip it with furniture and materials. It’s expected the additional space will allow the program to serve more families and children.
CRADLES is a faith based non-profit. It helps young parents with education needs, parenting skills and child care.
Early Learning Indiana is the state’s oldest and largest early childhood education nonprofit.