We support programs that honor lived experiences and incorporate resident voices in the design, implementation, and governance of family-support services.
We fund programs and community-building efforts that help families build on their strengths and increase their self-efficacy, and that implement trauma-responsive practices. We also support comprehensive programs that safeguard equitable access to concrete services such as food, shelter, childcare, and safety.
Examples of grant-funded activities include, but are not limited to:
- Family resource centers that promote physical health and wellness, child development, and parenting;
- Organizations that build pathways for families to attain financial literacy, employment, and economic mobility;
- Community-organizing initiatives focused on emerging issues prioritized and led by residents.
For general operating support to design, implement and evaluate the organization’s new strategic plan.
Prevent Child Abuse California
To sustain technical assistance, network facilitation, and policy advocacy for family-strengthening organizations through the California Family Resource Association (CFRA).