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Category (or Categories)

Children, Early Childhood , Education

Funding Opportunity

Rochester's Child

Purpose

To support quality early childhood development in the city of Rochester, specifically in the areas of accreditation of centers and home-based programs, parent education, advocacy, and prenatal programs that assist parents with child care choices.

Typical Grant Size

Varies. Contact Nancy Kaplan (information below) for more details.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must be 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving children in the city of Rochester.

George Angle, a founder of Rochester’s Child and an active member until his passing in 2016, was a champion for vulnerable children. He firmly believed that prenatal to age 3 is the most critical and sensitive time for brain development that shapes how a child thinks, learns, feels, and interacts with the world.

 

In his honor, Rochester’s Child established the George Angle $10,000 annual competitive grant that targets George’s interest in creative approaches that support every child’s healthy development up to age 3. Emphasis will be on high-needs children and their families.

 

Rochester’s Child will consider proposals from nonprofit organizations that focus on positive early experiences for young children by supporting and providing:

  • Physical, mental, and emotional development;
  • Protection from the effects of trauma and excessive toxic stress;
  • Stable and responsive relationships with families and other nurturing adults; and
  • Measurable positive outcomes for children.

Examples of creative approaches that will be considered are projects that will:

  • Strengthen the skills of families and caregivers to support the healthy development of infants and toddlers;

Application Due Date(s)

Letters of Intent are due Monday, June 3, 2019.

Selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application.
 

Full Applications are due from selected applicants Monday, July 8, 2019.

Application

Applications are accepted online. Click here to begin a new application, create a new online account, or return to your account.

Contact

Nancy Kaplan
Coordinator, Rochester's Child
500 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607-1912
585.341.4411
nkaplan@racf.org


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