Meet our partners Eastside Pathways and NISO! With support from our Innovation Fund, a community-designed model called Promotores engages families and early learning providers to address the opportunity gap in kindergarten readiness and third grade reading levels in East King County. Learn more about this exciting collaboration to support Latinx neighbors.
King County is now an official Help Me Grow member! Why is this exciting? Help Me Grow is a national model. Now that King County is an approved member, we can move forward working with communities and families to build Help Me Grow in King County so that families can access the support they need, when, how and where they need it. When communities, families and caregivers build Help Me Grow, they can make it work best for them. Read on to meet the people behind Help Me Grow and learn more.
Jennifer and her daughter Connie enrolled in the Parent-Child Home Program–a program supported by Best Starts for Kids. Learn how they benefited. So much so that Jennifer has gone on to work for Parent-Child Home Program as a home visitor!
Congratulations to Open Arms Perinatal Services, our awardee for both the Prenatal Support and Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Services funding opportunities!
For those interested in applying to the Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Services RFP or the Prenatal Support Services RFP, the webinar recording is now available. The recorded info session is helpful for those who are unable to attend an in person information session but are interested in learning more about the application process.
The Prenatal to 5 Workforce Collaborative funding opportunity is now open. This funding opportunity invites proposals from self-identified groups of prenatal to five providers who are seeking ongoing professional development and reflective consultation. The goal of this Request for Proposals is to create space for collaborative participants to gain deeper content knowledge, build mutual support with one…
We are seeking proposals from organizations that have expertise in providing maternal child health and perinatal peer support direct services. Applications are due October 3, 2018 by 11:59pm.
We are seeking proposals from organizations that have experience providing prenatal education, prenatal support services, policy and health systems reform and advocacy. Applications are due October 3, 2018 at 11:59pm.
We are now accepting applications for the Workforce Development: Training Provider and Systems Coordinator RFQ. Please note that we have extended the deadline for this RFQ — applications are now due September 27, 2018 by 11:59pm.
We’re thrilled to announce nine awardees for the Parenting/Caregiver Education and Support funding opportunity! With a total investment of $1,400,000 over 2.5 years, these awards will support community organizations delivering community centered, relationship-based support through information and services provided to parents of children birth to age 5.