Child Care + Education = Economic Mobility

Nana Grants pays for child care so that low-income single mothers can attend college or job training programs. As you plan your end-of-year giving, we hope you will consider making a tax-deductible donation to Nana Grants. It is a practical and scalable solution that makes an immediate and lasting impact on single moms and their families.

Help us reach our goal of $500,000 by December 31st to cover currently-enrolled student families through graduation. Did you know…

• 40% of Georgia’s low-income working families with children are headed by single women.
• Infant care in Georgia costs $1,030 (15.6%) more per year than in-state tuition for 4-year public college.
• Student parents achieve higher grade point averages than other students.
• Single mothers with only a high school diploma are three times more likely to live in poverty as those with college degrees.

Child Care + Education = Economic Mobility

$10,900 = One Year of Child Care

$908 = One Month of Child Care

$210 = One Week of Child Care

“I can’t begin to tell you how much this grant means to me. It has been so nice to go to school and not have to worry about who is going to care for [my daughter] and how I’m going to afford it. My professor said I seem so much more relaxed this semester despite taking more classes than usual. I assured her it’s because I’m not having to worry about childcare for the first time since I started school .”

– Tara, West Georgia Technical College