Communities of Opportunity (COO) is now accepting proposals from community-engaged or community-led efforts to transform systems and policies so that all people thrive and prosper. The Seattle Foundation, as a partner of COO, is now accepting proposals for one-time grants to improve systems and policies tied to four results areas: stronger community connections, economic opportunity,…
Best Starts for Kids today launched new investments that will provide young people with the opportunities and tools they need to weather challenges during adolescence and be ready to flourish as adults.
For those interested in the Behavioral Health Services for Youth Re-engagement Sites RFP, and were unable to join our info session in person, you can view the recording of the info session here.
Communities of Opportunity (COO) is an initiative to create equitable community connection, economic opportunity, health, and housing outcomes regardless of place or race. COO is seeking an agency/organization to conduct an evaluation of this existing initiative. The evaluation will answer the overarching evaluation question: To what extent and in what ways has the initiative’s cross-cutting…
The request for proposals to provide appropriate and easily accessible behavioral health services to young people engaged in education services at one or more of King County’s Opportunity Youth Reengagement Centers is now available.
Couldn’t make the data storytelling webinar? View the webinar recording below for resources, answer questions, and helpful tips to help you use data to tell your story.
For those interested in learning more about our Prenatal to Five work, the recorded webinar is now available for viewing. Learn about upcoming funding opportunities and more.
Best Starts is partnering with School’s Out Washington (SOWA) to ensure that high-quality afterschool and summer programs are available so that all King County children and young people have the learning opportunities they deserve to thrive. SOWA is now accepting proposals from out of school time programs to provide services to children and youth afterschool and…
For those interested in the Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home-Based Services RFP, and were unable to join our live webinar, you can view the recording of the info session here. This is the second of three funding opportunities within Home-Based Services.
The Request for Proposals for Evidence-Based and Evidence-Informed Home Visiting Programs is now open. This opportunity is specific to prenatal-to-five programming. Applications are due by November 2, 2017. This is the second out of three funding opportunities related to home-based services.