Paying for Child Care
Your child is priceless. But paying for good child care can be a struggle. Did you know that child care for one child costs 40 percent of your gross monthly income? Or that child care is the second-largest annual household expense after rent or mortgage payments? In fact, child care costs more than a year’s worth of tuition at The University of Montana.
Child care is expensive, period. And it’s okay to ask for help. Child Care Resources offers child care scholarships to help families with low income cover the cost of child care.
Here are two scholarship options: