Community Based Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Granting Process
Alaska Children’s Trust (ACT) recognizes that our future is influenced greatly by the types and level of trauma our children are exposed to and the amount of resilience they are equipped with to handle these traumas. Alaska has struggled with some of the highest rates (per capita) of child abuse and neglect in the nation for decades.
Organizations throughout Alaska working to prevent child abuse and neglect are invited to apply for grants (up to $10,000) from ACT's competitive grant cycle. Applications are accepted from qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, or equivalent organizations located in the state of Alaska. Equivalent organizations may include tribes, local or state governments, schools, or Regional Educational Attendance Areas.
Alaska Children's Trust (ACT) is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and neglect. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or military status, in our programs or activities.
Deadline: CLOSED Award Announcement: No later than 30 June 2017
All applications must be submitted through The Alaska Community Foundation’s online system. Only completed applications that meet the basic eligibility criteria will be considered.
The online application system can be accessed at http://alaskacf.org/blog/grants/the-alaska-childrens-trust/
Applicants are welcome to contact ACT staff prior to applying to discuss proposed projects.
To receive notification of an RFP, send an email to ACT.