The request for proposals to fund community supports to protect youth and young adults from going down the school-to-prison pipeline and instead be on a school-to-life success path is now available.
For those interested in the Communities of Opportunity Community Partnerships RFP who were unable to join the live webinar or attend an in-person information session, the webinar recording is now available. Applications are due to Public Health Seattle & King County by Thursday January 11th by 2pm. Click here to download the slides from this webinar. Have…
Best Starts for Kids is excited to announce our partnership with the University of Washington School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology and the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice. As the awardee of the Best Starts Adolescent Immunization Learning Collaborative RFP, the University of Washington will work with the Public Health Seattle & King County Immunization Program to establish a learning collaborative aimed at increasing vaccination coverage rates for adolescents and teens, protecting them and others from serious infectious diseases. The project will seek to identify and address disparities in coverage while promoting the overall uptake in King County youth vaccination rates.
Communities of Opportunity (COO) is now accepting proposals for community partnerships to create change that will contribute to greater health and well-being. This RFP will invest in partnerships that focus on geographic/place-based communities and cultural communities. Social, economic and racial equity and social justice is foundational to the work of COO. For many in our…
For those interested in the Stopping the School-to-Prison Pipeline RFP, but who were unable to join the live webinar or attend an information session, the webinar recording is now available.
For those interested in learning more about the Basic Needs Resource Brokering Requests for Proposals who were unable to join our live webinar, you can view the recording of the info session here.
For those interested in learning more about the Communities of Opportunity Systems and Policy Change Grants, you can view the recording of the webinar info session here.
The request for proposals to to help meet the basic needs of families through resource brokering is now available.
Later this week, we will open an RFP to help meet the basic needs of families through resource brokering. If this describes your work, stay tuned to the blog this Thursday, 10/19! Read on to learn what we mean by resource brokering and the importance of meeting basic needs for families.
Six technical assistance providers will be available to support those needing assistance applying for Best Starts funding. These providers offer a wide range of skills, areas of expertise, and language abilities to meet the needs of community-based organizations across King County.
Interested in learning more about Best Starts for Kids prenatal-to-five funding opportunities this fall and winter? We have multiple opportunities for you to hear from Best Starts for Kids staff in person! Come see us at our Open House on 10/26 at the Renton Community Center or at any one of our scheduled “Drop In Hours” throughout the county during October and November. Read on to learn more.