Sex education, when done right, can transform people’s lives and society at large. Quality sex education taught by trained educators covers a wide range of topics, including relationships, decision making, condom negotiation, gender identity, body image, birth control, and …
There are no open funding opportunity announcements at this time. Closed Grant Opportunities Phase I Replicating Programs (Tier 1) Effective in the Promotion of Healthy cence and the Reduction of Teenage Pregnancy and Associated Risk Factors
Funding is intended for programs and projects in youth activities, environmental challenges, scientific research, education, homeless issues, cultural programs, and health. Capital grants for specif
We collect funding opportunities from a variety of sources, including federal agencies, private foundations, and corporations. Some of these opportunities are ongoing and others have deadlines. Please read the full funding opportunity and consult the funder’s website before applying.
Purpose: The purpose of this grant is to provide a program in public colleges in grades 5 to 12 that promotes healthy relationships and addresses teen dating in 10 colleges, one of which must be a college located in a municipality with a population of 25,000 or less.
The Pregnancy Assistance Fund program is a $25 million competitive grant program that funds states and tribal entities so they can provide a seamless network of support services to expectant and parenting teens, women, mans, and their families.
Teen Programs The programs and services funded by the ren’s Board of Hillsborough County emphasizes pregnant women and ren birth to age eight. Despite our focus area, we recognize ren older than eight can benefit from local programs.
For details about specific programs, visit OSI website. Ralph and Eileen Swett Foundation The Swett Foundation primarily funds programs for troubled youth as well as orphaned ren, including the promotion of their adoption.
The Volunteer Generation Fund is a program authorized by the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act to support voluntary organizations and state service commissions in boosting the impact of volunteers in addressing critical community needs.
Through generous support from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, YALSA will grant 20 libraries $1,000 each to fund summer learning programs for and with teens. This grant is offered once a year. This grant is offered once a year.