C-201: Private Donations

Workforce Development Boards must be aware that the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) accepts funds from private entities that:

  • Are donated without restrictions that require their use for:
  • Do not revert to the donor’s facility or use
  • Are not used to match other federal funds
  • Are certified by both the donor and TWC as meeting these requirements

- Rule Reference: §809.17(b)(1)

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C-202: Public Transfers & Certifications

Workforce Development Boards must be aware that the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) accepts funds from public entities that are:

  • Transferred without restrictions that would require their use for an activity not included in the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) State Plan or allowed under TWC's Chapter 809, Child Care Services rules
  • Not used to match other federal funds
  • Not federal funds, unless authorized by federal law to be used to match other federal funds

- Rule Reference: §809.17(b)(2)

Boards must be aware that TWC accepts expenditures by a public entity certifying that the expenditures are:

  • For an activity included in the CCDF State Plan or allowed under Chapter 809, Child Care Services rules
  • Not used to match other federal funds
  • Not federal funds, unless authorized by federal law to be used to match other federal funds

Rule Reference: §809.17(b)(3)

C-202.a: Verification of Public Certifications for Direct Child Care Services

Boards must ensure that a public entity certifying expenditures for direct child care services determines and verifies that the expenditures are for child care provided to an eligible child.

At a minimum,  Boards must ensure the public entity verifies the following:

  • The child is under 13 years of age, or at the option of the Board, is a child with disabilities under 19 years of age.
  • The child resides with the following::

Rule Reference: §809.17(c)

Boards and public entities may use a family’s eligibility for grants or assistance, such as the free and reduced-price lunch program or the Children’s Health Insurance Program, to determine the amount of certified local funds available for local match.

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Part A – Definitions

Part H - Consumer Education and Child Care Quality Activities

Part J - Appendix