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Partners (Grants/Funders)

The Florida Afterschool Network receives its primary funding from the following entities to operationalize its mission and offer specific services. 

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Through funding provided by the C.S. Mott Foundation, the Florida Afterschool Network is working to increase access and awareness of the critical importance of afterschool and summer learning programs to support stronger youth outcomes.

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Florida Grade-Level Reading Campaign

Florida Grade Level Reading Campaign is an initiative supported by the Florida Children’s Council. Florida Afterschool works cooperatively with the Campaign to increase literacy and improve summer learning.

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National Conference of State Legislatures

Through funding received by the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Florida Afterschool Network is using a survey mechanism to map available afterschool and summer learning opportunities across the state. Our desired outcome is to identify where gaps in funding and programing may exist so that we can effectively advocate for resources to support quality expanded learning opportunities for all youth in Florida. The information received from this survey will be used to develop the Florida Afterschool by the Numbers Report and inform policymakers on the current landscape of afterschool and summer learning in Florida.

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Stem Next Opportunity Fund

STEM Next Opportunity Fund is advancing the initial work of the Noyce Foundation, which invested $75 million over 25 years to launch out-of-school STEM learning and disrupt conventional thinking about how to get dramatic and sustainable results. Millions of young people—mostly children in grades 4 through 8—now have access to the learning opportunities they could not get in school.

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