Catch up on our March Best Starts for Kids Open House: recordings and slides!

Best Starts for Kids held our second open house of 2022 on March 30. Our open house events are an opportunity for community organizations to learn more about Best Starts for Kids investment and strategy areas, hear about upcoming funding opportunities, and meet our program manager teams!

At our latest open house we spoke with 73 people across five sessions. We were excited to welcome so many newcomers: 37 percent of attendees stated they previously had not received Best Starts for Kids funding. If you attended and want a refresh, or if you were unable to make it, you can review the presentation videos and slideshows below.

Plan to attend the next Best Starts Open House!

Looking ahead to the next open house for funding opportunities opening in July, August, and September? We’ll be hosting it on Wednesday June, 29. We plan to host an open house at the start of each quarter to share upcoming funding opportunities.

Learn more about upcoming BSK funding opportunities

Find our funding calendar here! On this calendar we feature upcoming funding opportunities throughout the year. Please note that opening dates for upcoming opportunities are listed – we will continually update this calendar as we implement Best Starts for Kids 2.0 and if there are any changes to opening dates, they will be reflected here.

You can also sign up for our newsletter and blog to receive updates whenever we post a new funding opportunity. Sign up on the right side of this webpage!

Please contact Best.Starts@kingcounty.gov with any questions.


Virtual Open House Recordings and Slideshows:

Please note that one pagers for each Best Starts strategy are also provided below under each session. Learn more about Best Starts’ investments here.

Child Care Health Consultation – Service Delivery

Child Care Workforce Demonstration Pilot

Cultural Navigator for Early Support for Infants and Toddlers

Early Childhood Workforce Systems Coordination 

This session focuses on the Early Childhood Workforce Systems Coordination request for qualification (RFQ) and is supported by three Best Starts strategies: Early Support for Infants and Toddlers (ESIT), Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH), and Workforce Development. 

Technical Assistance: Getting Help With Your Proposal

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