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To support the San Antonio Dual Generation Initiative, which integrates high-quality early childhood education programs with job skills, financial literacy, housing support and parenting skills training for Eastside and Westside ...
To support strategic planning for a national initiative to work with jurisdictions and lived experts to design a prevention-oriented child welfare system.
To support the Transforming Evidence Funders Network's academic incentives landscape scan.
To support the development of a set of recommendations that aim to reform mandated reporting into a community supporting system for child and family well-being in California.
To support expanded programming and sustainability planning for the East Harlem Action Collaborative, a resident-driven approach to improving the health and well-being of East Harlem children and families.
To support R.O.C.K. Mat-Su, a cross-sector community collaborative that aims to reduce child maltreatment and promote family resilience in the Mat-Su region of Southcentral Alaska.
To support an array of holistic and culturally responsive programs that aim to improve health outcomes for youth and families living in the Kalihi community of Hawai‘i.
To support the Brown University Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing to develop a framework to assess commercial and regulatory viability of stem cell-based human organ models.
To support planning for the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Child Welfare Initiative, which will seek to promote bipartisan support around policies and solutions that aim to improve child welfare.
To support the New Frontiers in Child Safety Net Policy Initiative, which will inform policies designed to reduce child poverty and improve child outcomes through research and analysis of cash ...
To support The Young Women's Initiative of Minnesota, a statewide public-private partnership with the Governor’s Office of the State of Minnesota that engages young women as representative leaders of their ...
To support strategic planning and capacity building for Movement for Family Power.