As part of our capacity building blog series, we sat down with April Nishimura from RVC, one our capacity-building support providers partnering with community based organizations within our prenatal-to-age-five strategies. April graciously shares her organization’s unique approach to capacity building and learnings from their partnership with Best Starts for Kids.
The Capacity Building RFQ invited proposals from skilled capacity building organizations and individuals to form a team and partner with Best Starts for Kids leadership to provide effective and efficient capacity building services to BSK grantees. Eight capacity building individuals and teams were awarded to help support all Best Starts awardees on their journey to sustainability. Matched with 90 Best Starts partners who requested support we are excited to share more about this work.
Best Starts for Kids is investing in a number of capacity building efforts. This is a series to explain what we mean by capacity building and why we think it is so important. You can find all earlier blog posts in the series linked at the end of this post. Today we discuss the importance of … Continued
We continue our capacity building series by sharing more about our Innovation partners. Each funded partner received capacity building support through a shared process of designing, developing, planning and implementing their innovative ideas for the very first time. Learn more.
At Best Starts for Kids, we know that program implementation can be incredibly complex. Learn how Best Starts tailored capacity building to best support some of our funded partners across two Best Starts strategies.
Best Starts for Kids is investing in a number of capacity building efforts. This is a series to share what we mean by capacity building and why we think it is so important. Today we talk about our overall approach to capacity building.
The Capacity Building Support RFQ is now open. This funding opportunity invites proposals from skilled capacity building organizations and individuals. Applications are due January 7, 2019!
Congratulations to our recent awardees for Capacity Building for Prenatal to Five Home-Based and Community-Based Services! These partners will provide capacity-building supports to our Home-Based Services and Community-Based Parenting Supports partners.
For those interested in applying to the RFP for Capacity-Building for Prenatal to Five Home-Based Services and Community-Based Services, you can now view the recorded info session here.
Best Starts for Kids is seeking proposals from individual organizations, or collaborations among organizations, to provide capacity-building supports to service providers that are, or will be, funded by Best Starts to provide the following services to young children and their families across King County: Home-Based Services and Community-Based Services. Applications are due April 24.