Over the past few years, the Casey Foundation and others in the public, nonprofit and private sectors have explored and invested in efforts to weave together programs and services designed for children and adults. As these two-generation initiatives have emerged, common challenges have too: Many programs struggle with issues such as funding, infrastructure and data collection.
Join Casey on March 14 for the first in a series of webinars exploring what it takes to implement two-generation approaches. This session — the first of three — will focus on the various funding strategies organizations are using to address parent and child needs at the same time. We will share innovative solutions and lessons from several organizations and partnerships across the country that are pursuing two-generation approaches — all of which are highlighted in a new Foundation brief.
Representatives from two of these organizations, Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana and United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, will discuss the core funding strategies that enable them to coordinate resources to equip parents and children with the tools and skills they need to succeed.
- Rosa Maria Castañeda (moderator), senior associate, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Shelley Waters Boots, senior consultant, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Kristin Lehoullier, senior consultant, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Betsy Delgado, vice president of mission and education initiatives, Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana
- Henrietta Muñoz, vice president of grant research and evaluation, United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
What: Advancing Two-Generation Approaches: Funding to Help Families Succeed
When: Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at 2 p.m. EST
Registration password: Two-gen
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