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(EXCLUSIVE) New Race to the Top Round Emphasizes Early Ed
CYF hears that applicants who want a piece of the new Race to the Top (RTTT) funding this year will have to offer programs that make substantial improvements in early childhood education or pre-kindergarten instruction. The Obama administration wants programs that will strengthen a child's ed...
posted 7/12/11 3:40 PM read complete story
(EXCLUSIVE) Major Funder Offers CYF Advice on Shaking the Money Tree
Grantseekers should pay close attention to "mission match" when approaching an unfamiliar funder and ensure that the enthusiasm they feel for their programming translates into any new application for money, a major grantmaker tells CYF. The Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), in partnership w...
posted 6/29/11 12:44 PM read complete story
(CHILD WELFARE) Advocates Warn of Pending TANF Funding Drop
Thousands of children could see significant benefit drops unless Congress reauthorizes new supplemental funding by a July 1 deadline for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs, experts tell CYF. Without congressional intervention, funding for TANF supplemental grants will dry u...
posted 6/28/11 3:38 PM read complete story
(FUNDING TIPS) Reader Seeks Help in Keeping Doors Open at Dialysis Support Center
With just a few months before funding runs out, a desperate CYF reader wanted some help with finding grants for her community center in Miami, which provides free food to disabled and indigent dialysis patients who receive treatment nearby. Loretta deVries, of the Dialysis Food Foundation of South...
posted 6/24/11 3:37 PM read complete story
(FUNDING TIPS) Reader Seeks Help in Nailing Down Rural, Treatment Grants
With the difficult funding environment out there, a CYF reader wanted some help with finding funding for rural residential treatment center for youth, focusing on substance addiction recovery, education, athletics and mental health services. Diane Spencer, a development officer for West Ridge Acade...
posted 6/9/11 10:59 AM read complete story
(TIPS) Don't Sweat It; We Have Leads on Lots of Recreation Grants
Dear Grant Guru: "We would like to enlarge our afterschool facilities and we are presently receiving monies through an (afterschool) grant. This afterschool program is provided through a rural, county school district," asks Deborah Fischgrabe, a Unionville (MO) grants writer. "Also, do you hav...
posted 5/25/11 11:09 AM read complete story
(K-12 EDUCATION) Early Childhood Funding Imbedded in Range of Programs
In light of the shifting congressional priorities for K-12 education, a CYF reader asked for advice on where funding for such programs could be found outside of the Education Dept.'s (DoEd) budget. Philip Traynor, director of research and development for the California-based I-5 Social Service Cor...
posted 5/19/11 2:37 PM read complete story
(FUNDING TIPS) Guru Offers Sources of Funding for Literacy, Disabilities Programs
Dear Grant Guru: "We are looking for funding for our programs. What we need most (right now) are grants for operational costs. We need laptops, projector screens, microphones, website development ...and funding to build our staff ... If you know of any resources to help us build our organization, pl...
posted 5/3/11 10:40 AM read complete story
(CYF EXCLUSIVE) CYF Offers Insights into Winning APA Youth Grants
The America's Promise Alliance (APA) and ING Foundation have launched the 2011 100 Best Communities for Young People competition and program officials have offered CYF with exclusive insights on winning the grants. The 100 Best competition distributes awards to communities which are judged preemin...
posted 3/21/11 06:11 AM read complete story
(HEALTHCARE) Advocates Worry About Cuts to $50M in School-Based Center Funding
School and youth advocates worry that the Republican majority in the House will cut the $50 in discretionary grants that have been set aside to pay for School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) efforts to serve poor and disadvantaged children and youth. The SBHC funding was part of the Patient Protection ...
posted 3/10/11 4:39 PM read complete story
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