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    Welcome to Partners for Children

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    • we are a   group of fourteen agencies    

    • from both public and private sectors

    • who came together to make life better for New York's children and families

    • by encouraging collaborations at the local community level.
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    SPRING CAN BE A HIGH RISK TIME FOR STUDENTS

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    SPRING CAN BE A HIGH RISK TIME FOR STUDENTS Time is running out for catching up; decisions are made about who passes and who fails; parties and proms to celebrate the end of the year can have some risks; of special concern are youngsters who seem depressed.
    Programs designed to prevent suicide and suicidal behavior among students should recognize that the spring semester is the period of highest risk.... For resources related to these concerns, see the following free Center documents:

    • School Intervention to Prevent Youth Suicide
    • Transitions: Turning Risks into Opportunities for Student Support
    • Violence Prevention
    • About School Engagement and Re-Engagement
    • Responding to a Crisis at a School
    • Enhancing School Staff Understanding of MH and Psychosocial Concerns: A Guide
    • Ideas for Enhancing Support at your School
    • Bullying: a Major Barrier to Student Learning

      Grantseeking Basics
      For those new to the process of foundation fundraising, this class provides information on the types of grantmakers, what funders look for in a successful nonprofit organization, how to identify prospective funders, and how the Center's resources can help in your research.
      Tuesday, April 19, 5:30pm-7:00pm

      Your Board and Fundraising: An Introductory Class for Small Nonprofits
      In this class we show you how to think through the process of getting your board involved with fundraising. The class covers the role of the board, why board members may be reluctant to fundraise and how to overcome these concerns, along with tips for strengthening your board.
      Wednesday, April 20, 2:00pm-3:15pm


      The Youth Development website   provides Funding Announcements from foundations, private funders and public/private partnerships, which appear in chronological order by due date. Federal funding opportunities
        Not all eligible kids are enrolled in the state Children's Health Insurance Program.
       Community organizations can help reach out to eligible families using the posters, bookmarks and public service announcements developed for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Covering Kids and Families initiative.
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