The Spring 2020 Round for the Fund for Children, Youth and Families is Now Closed.

The Fund for the Children, Youth and Families was established to invest in the betterment of underserved children, youth, and families across the greater Washington region. Specifically to invest in organizations achieving significant impact providing services and programming across the following program areas:

Grantmaking through the Fund for Children, Youth and Families began in 2016.  Awards for the fourth round of funding was announced in Fall  2020. 

The Greater Washington Community Foundation administers the Fund for Children, Youth, and Families.

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2016 FFCYF Grantees

The Fund for Children, Youth, and Families’ inaugural funding cycle awarded $1.97 million in grants to 46 organizations addressing the FFCYF program areas. To view a listing of the 2016 FFCYF grantees click the button below.

2017 FFCYF Grantees

The Fund for Children, Youth, and Families’ 2017 funding cycle awarded $1.93 million in grants to 47 organizations addressing the FFCYF program areas. To view a listing of the 2017 FFCYF grantees click the button below.

2018 FFCYF Grantees

The Fund for Children, Youth, and Families’ 2018 funding cycle awarded $1.95 million in grants to 46 organizations addressing the FFCYF program areas. To view a listing of the 2018 FFCYF grantees click the button below.

2020 FFCYF Grantees

The Fund for Children, Youth, and Families’ 2020 funding cycle awarded $1.99 million in grants to 49 organizations addressing the FFCYF program areas. To view a listing of the 2020 FFCYF grantees click the button below.

Questions & Comments

Questions or comments regarding the Fund for Children, Youth, and Families can be directed to Jana-Lynn Louis, Program Officer, Community Investment Initiatives. Click the button below to email Jana-Lynn Louis.

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