Save the Date! The Best Starts Kaleidoscope Play & Learn RFP will open next Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Is this funding opportunity the right fit for you? A nationally recognized program, Kaleidoscope Play & Learn groups are weekly 90+ minute play groups for young children, parents and other caregivers including family, friends and neighbors. Read on to learn more about Kaleidoscope Play & Learn groups.
Did you know you can get free help applying for Best Starts for Kids funding? Whether you need help on just a single element of your application, or you need help with the whole thing, our providers are here for you. Check out this video to meet them and learn more about how they’ll work…
The request for proposals to fund trauma-informed and restorative practices (TIRP) in the school environment is now available here. Best Starts for Kids’ trauma-informed and restorative practices work is grounded in the belief that all children and young people can thrive in environments where communities’ cultures are respected and nurtured. This funding opportunity will support innovative…
For those interested in the Child Care Health Consultation Systems Development RFP, and were unable to participate in the live online information session, you can view the recording here.
We are excited to announce that the second of two Child Care Health Consultation RFPs is now open! This RFP is for Child Care Health Consultation Systems Development. Applications are due by March 14, 2018. Best Starts will partner with one lead organization for systems development work. Learn more…..
If you are interested in the Child Care Health Consultation Service Delivery RFP but were unable to participate in the online or in person information sessions, you can view the recorded information session here.
We are now excited to announce that the Best Starts Child Care Health Consultation Service Delivery RFP is open for applications! As part of our prenatal to age five investments, Best Starts for Kids will fund a range of Child Care Health Consultation services to be delivered by community-based organizations and agencies across geography, diversity of community, and types of child care so that we can leverage these communities’ strengths to meet the range of needs in the County. Best Starts will support programs based on a public health Child Care Health Consultation model, as well as community-informed pilot programs. Applications are due February 28.
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.