Grant Recipients

101 Results

Child Trends, Inc.

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$400,000 over 4 years

To develop communications strategies and materials that raise awareness among state and local policymakers about the importance of promoting policies and interventions that positively influence child health and well-being.

The Nemours Foundation

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$800,000 over 3 years

To support five child health systems to implement innovative community resilience building initiatives.

National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$600,000 over 3 years

To support the design and implementation of policies and programs that serve low-income parents and children together.

Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation

Awarded: 12/1/2015

$1,700,000 over 5 years

To support efforts to build the institutional capacity of Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation (TVCDC) and partners to more effectively serve children, youth, and families living on Pine Ridge Reservation.

Boston Community Capital, Inc.

Awarded: 12/1/2015

$1,500,000 over 4 years

To expand the Working Cities Challenge model to advance collaboration and improve well-being for low-income residents of small and midsize cities in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

Alaska Children's Trust

Awarded: 11/1/2015

$25,000 over 6 months

To support a statewide leadership summit focused on community resilience and Adverse Childhood Experiences in Alaska.

National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

Awarded: 8/1/2015

$49,700 over 8 months

To support a convening of experts and state officials around the role of state leaders in promoting place-based efforts to improve child and family well-being.

National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives

Awarded: 7/1/2015

$100,000 over 1 year

To build the capacity of the National Prevention Science Coalition by supporting two paid staff to coordinate and implement activities related to knowledge sharing and network building.

Child Trends, Inc.

Awarded: 7/1/2015

$70,000 over 1 year

To support the development of two papers outlining: 1) a conceptual framework for child well-being and child health among children ages 0-8, and 2) opportunities for building on existing child ...

Urban Institute

Awarded: 4/30/2015

$25,000 over 6 months

To support the conducting of two focus groups in the Magnolia community of Los Angeles to build on existing research and outreach to teens engaged in risky behavior as a ...

Case Western Reserve University

Awarded: 4/1/2015

$7,440 over 1 year

To support the completion of the book Child Abuse and Neglect in Uganda.

National Indian Child Welfare Association

Awarded: 3/15/2015

$28,100 over 4 months

To support a landscape analysis that will assess how and where the Positive Indian Parenting (PIP) program has been implemented and the quality and impact of the program on child ...