Four Priority Funding Tracks
While any eligible organization may apply for this priority funding track, the Foundation Trust is most interested in supporting small to medium-sized direct service agencies that are able to demonstrate a track record of financial stability and organizational infrastructure sufficient to support sustainable provision of services.
Within this track, we have special interest in funding implementation, expansion or piloting of innovative and evidence-based or informed approaches to intervention, including mind-body approaches; in-home and wraparound services; individual, family, couples and group mental health intervention; strength-based services including tutoring and enrichment programs, educational and vocational rehabilitation, parent-training, as well as youth programs supporting civic, moral or spiritual development; violence prevention programs; and youth, adult, family or domestic violence shelters, drop-in centers or housing programs.
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