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GranteeAmountDescription
826LA
Los Angeles, CA
$30,000For the After-School Tutoring program, which serves young people in the Echo Park and Mar Vista neighborhoods of L.A. by pairing students with a trained volunteer four days a week to help with homework and literacy activities. In FY13, the program served 47 students.
826LA
Los Angeles, CA
$25,000For the 826LA Tutoring program, which serves young people in the Echo Park and Mar Vista neighborhoods of L.A. by pairing students with a trained volunteer four days a week to help with homework and literacy activities. In FY14, the program served 49 students.
Academy for Urban School Leadership
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Humboldt Park School Turnaround Coaching program, providing data-driven classroom training and support to 17 newly-placed teachers at two low performing near west side primary schools. The coaching staff are experienced educators who train teachers weekly on effective methods to improve student achievement, teacher practice, parental engagement and school performance. In FY14, the program served 1,012 low income students.
Academy for Urban School Leadership
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Garfield/Humboldt Park Turnaround Coaching program, providing classroom training and support to 161 newly-placed teachers at six low performing west side primary schools. Coaches are experienced staff educators who develop effective teachers as the basis for improved student and school performance. The agency's network of 29 schools includes 12 teacher training sites.
Access Housing of Adams County, Inc.
Commerce City, CO
$20,000For the Home Again Family Support homeless prevention program for working poor families. Eligible clients receiving financial vouchers for rent, child and health care, utilities and transportation expenses are assigned a case manager who helps them develop permanent housing goals. Clients attend life skills workshops on budgeting/credit, landlord/tenant rights and stress management. In FY13, the program served 122 families.
Access Housing of Adams County, Inc.
Commerce City, CO
$20,000For the Family Shelter program, which provides short-term shelter for up to 90 days for families with children in on-site private apartment units and emergency housing in local hotels. Services also include case management, food, clothing, personal hygiene products, household furnishings, and transportation assistance. In FY14, the program served 123 families.
Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.
Sunrise, FL
$10,000For the Parents as Teachers program, which builds capacity and fosters resilience in low-income families with disabled children. The program provides home visits, group meetings, developmental screenings, and counseling services. In FY14, over 400 families were served.
Achievement and Rehabilitation Centers, Inc.
Sunrise, FL
$10,000For the Parents as Teachers program, which builds capacity and fosters resilience in low-income families with disabled children. The program provides home visits, group meetings, developmental screenings, and counseling services. In FY13, 399 families were served.
Action For Healthy Kids Inc
Chicago, IL
$10,000For the Game On! Ultimate Wellness Challenge program, which helps teams of teachers, parents and students develop school-based obesity prevention and wellness plans focusing on quality nutrition and fitness activities. Last year, the program served 1,500 students at three west side schools. In 2014, the program plans to serve five primary schools in Uptown.
Action For Healthy Kids Inc
Chicago, IL
$25,000For the Game On program, which trains teams of teachers, parents and students to develop school-based obesity prevention and wellness plans focusing on quality nutrition and fitness activities that meet health and wellness policies adopted by the Chicago Public Schools in compliance with U.S.D.A. standards. Each team assesses their school's health needs based on a framework of 45 challenges and develops an action plan to improve school policies and practices. In 2014, the program served 36 schools, including 15,700 low income students.
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Lake Worth, FL
$10,000For the Project GROW program, a licensed after-school/out-of-school initiative which provides homework assistance and one on one tutoring for children from families that are homeless or at risk of being homeless. In FY13, the program served 73 children.
Adopt-A-Family of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Lake Worth, FL
$10,000For the Project GROW program, a licensed after-school initiative which provides homework assistance and one on one tutoring for children from families that are homeless or at risk of being homeless. In FY14, the program served 75 children.
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$40,000For the Get that Diploma! - A New Route to Graduation program, which provides English-language skills to youth, ages 16 to 24, who lack high school diplomas, helping them prepare for the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test and GED exams. Last year the program served 169 students.
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$35,000For the Education Pathway for Youth Ages 16-24 program, which provides academically disconnected students with one-on-one literacy instruction and mentoring for up to eight hours per week in preparation for GED courses. Last year, the program served 85 youth.
Adult Literacy League, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$30,000For the Literacy Services for Youth program, which provides academically disconnected students ages 16-24 with one-on-one literacy instruction and mentoring for up to eight hours per week in preparation for GED courses. Last year, the program served 90 youth.
Adventist Health System-Sunbelt, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$50,000For the Weight and Wellness program, which provides families with children clinically diagnosed as overweight or obese with comprehensive health assessments, a six-month intensive nutrition education series and health coaching and monitoring. The program is overseen by a board certified pediatric physician and is a collaborative partner with Central Florida YMCA. Last year, the program served 635 low income youth.
Adventist Health System-Sunbelt, Inc.
Orlando, FL
$75,000For the Weight and Wellness program, which provides families with children clinically diagnosed as overweight or obese with comprehensive health assessments, a six-month intensive nutrition education series and health coaching and monitoring. The program is overseen by a board certified pediatric physician and is a collaborative partner with Central Florida YMCA. Last year, the program served 635 low income youth.
Advocates For Children
Aurora, CO
$30,000For the Court Appointed Special Advocate program, which recruits, trains and supports adult volunteers as court advocates for children who are involved in abuse, dependency and neglect cases. In FY13, 327 advocates served 783 children.
After School Matters, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$50,000For general support. The agency offers school-year and summer apprenticeships in science, technology, literacy, health, and arts to over 13,000 teens from Chicago public high schools. In FY13, 13,955 youth participated in three or more programs.
After School Matters, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$50,000For the Out-of-School Time program, which provides content-rich after school programming in arts, science, technology, communication and sports to high school students in Chicago’s most impoverished and underserved areas. The organization is involved with an extensive evaluation regarding its post-secondary programming with Chapin Hall.
After School Matters, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$50,000For the Out-of-School Time program, which provides hands-on, project-based apprenticeships for Chicago's public high school teens to develop college and career readiness, and industry-specific skills in five content areas to prepare for post-secondary success. Program staff is participating in a benchmarking project with Chapin Hall and four youth serving organizations to better access CPS data, including post-secondary persistence outcomes, which will be available next year. In FY14, the program served over 14,000 students.
After School Matters, Inc.
Chicago, IL
$50,000For the Out of School Time programming, which provides hands-on, project-based apprenticeships for Chicago's public high school teens to develop college and career readiness, and industry-specific skills in five content areas to prepare for post-secondary success. Program staff is participating in a benchmarking project with Chapin Hall and four youth serving organizations to better access CPS data, including post-secondary persistence outcomes, which will be available next year. In FY14, the program served over 14,000 students.
After-School All-Stars
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the We Are Ready program, which provides comprehensive after school programs for middle school students with early, targeted intervention. The program offers middle school students three specific types of programming: academic, social and emotional, and health and wellness. In FY14, the program served 375 8th grade students.
After-School All-Stars
Chicago, IL
$200,000For the Middle School program, which provides extended-day learning by offering academic support, enrichment activities and nutrition programs to middle school students at Dewey School of Excellence in Chicago's New City neighborhood. Last year, one-hundred percent of students were promoted to the next grade on time and with satisfactory attendance.
After-School All-Stars
Chicago, IL
$20,000For the We Are Ready program, which provides comprehensive after school programs for middle school students with early, targeted intervention. In FY13, the program served 365 8th grade students.
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