No Kid Hungry Florida – Build a Partnership
The COVID-19 pandemic created an economic crisis as well as a health one, and in Florida as many as 1,153,780 kids were projected to be living in food insecure homes. But No Kid Hungry has a solution! Throughout this crisis and its economic aftermath, No Kid Hungry Florida is working to ensure that policies and nutrition programs are adapting to meet the need of families and that schools and communities have the funding, flexibility, guidance and strategies to support children’s access to three healthy meals a day — now and in the future.LEARN MORE
Power of Youth Challenge: Serve This Summer
This summer, America’s Promise Alliance is launching a new round of $300 mini-grants through the Power of Youth Challenge, made possible through support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The Power of Youth Challenge provides funds, youth coaching, and a peer network for youth ages 13-19 across the U.S. leading service projects.
Learn more and apply or share with a young person in your network.
YSA Afterschool Grants
With generous support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, YSA will award Afterschool Grants of up to $500 each to support youth-led service or service-learning opportunities in up to 60 afterschool programs. Grants are offered on a competitive application basis and open to any afterschool program that meets specific requirements.
Applications will be accepted through Friday, July 30, 2021 at 11:59pm your local time.
Yellow Buses in the Park
Florida State Parks offer excellent educational opportunities designed specifically for school, afterschool and summer learning field trips. However bus field trip transportation costs may not be within reach by many. Yellow Buses in the Parks purpose is to assist with these transportation costs so that no child is deprived from the benefits of these valuable educational experiences. Yellow Buses in the Parks grants can be requested for paying transportation costs only directly to the provider.LEARN MORE