Child Care Operating Funding Eligibility
To be eligible for Child Care Operating Funding, care providers must be licensed. This means they hold a valid Community Care and Assisted Living Act Facility Licence to provide one or more of the following types of care:
|Group Child Care (under 36 months, 30 months to school age, school age)||Family Child Care|
|Preschool||In-Home Multi-age Child Care|
|Multi-age Child Care||Multi-age Child Care|
Care providers must also be:
- Open and currently providing child care
- In good standing with the Ministry of Children and Family Development
- A non-profit society or a registered company in good standing with the BC Corporate Registry, sole proprietorship or partnership, First Nations government, local government, or public institution (Please note: Licensee Name as listed on your Community Care and Assisted Living Act Licence must match registered name with BC Corporate Registry).
- Willing to provide services to families receiving Child Care Subsidy
Note: Funding is not available for occasional child care, child minding or residential care.