2018 Fund for Children, Youth, and Families Grant Cycle - Grantees

The Fund for Children, Youth, and Families (FFCYF) at The Greater Washington Community Foundation is pleased to announce the awarding of $1.95 million in grants to 46 nonprofit organizations serving disadvantaged children, youth, and families across the greater Washington region. The organizations will receive grants for up to $50,000 for project/program support or general operating support addressing the following issue areas: Stable Homes Stable Families, Foster Care & Adoption, and Academic & Career Success.  Note, the 2018 FFCYF grant award press release is available at: https://www.thecommunityfoundation.org/news/fund-for-children-youth-and-families-awards-to-greater-washington-region-nonprofits.

2018 FFCYF Grant Cycle - Grantees

Adoptions Together, Inc.
AHC, Inc.
Barker Adoption Foundation
Bethany House of Northern Virginia, Inc.
Bread for the City, Inc.
Bright Beginnings, Inc.
Carpenter’s Shelter
Children’s Law Center
Communities in Schools of Northern Virginia
Community Bridges, Inc.
Community of Hope, Inc.
Cornerstones, Inc.
Court Appointed Special Advocates – Montgomery County
Court Appointed Special Advocates – Prince George’s County
Court Appointed Special Advocates – Fairfax
DC Law Students in Court Program Inc.
District Alliance for Safe Housing, Inc.
Doorways for Women and Families
Dwelling Place, Inc.
Euphemia L. Haynes Public Charter School, Inc.
Foster and Adoptive Parent Advocacy Center
Friendship Place
Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc.
Horizons Greater Washington, Inc.
House of Ruth
Housing Initiative Partnership, Inc.
Housing Up
Identity, Inc.
Interfaith Works
Latin American Youth Center Career Academy Public Charter School
Main Street Child Development Center
Mental Health Association of Frederick County
Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, Inc.
Neighborhood Legal Services Program of The District of Columbia
Northern Virginia Family Services
Perry School Community Services Center, Inc.
Prince George’s Child Resource Center, Inc.
Reading Partners – DC
Salvation Army – National Capital Area Command

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