Webinar: Learn About Strategic Financing for Tested, Effective Programs

Posted September 14, 2016

How can pub­lic sys­tems tar­get their scarce resources to improve out­comes for chil­dren and youth? Join us at 2 p.m. ET Thurs­day, Oct. 13, for the lat­est webi­nar in the Using What Works webi­nar series. Strate­gic Financ­ing for Test­ed, Effec­tive Pro­grams will high­light financ­ing tools and strate­gies from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Evidence2Success frame­work that enable pub­lic agency, school and com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers to invest pub­lic fund­ing in pro­grams proven to improve child well-being. This webi­nar is designed to help foun­da­tion and non­prof­it lead­ers, local gov­ern­ment offi­cials, com­mu­ni­ty-based ser­vice providers and oth­ers work­ing to improve out­comes for chil­dren and fam­i­lies. Reg­is­ter for the webi­nar here.

Host and Moderator:

Thad­deus Fer­ber, Vice Pres­i­dent, Pol­i­cy Advo­ca­cy, The Forum for Youth Investment

Pre­sen­ters:

  • Ayo Atter­ber­ry, Senior Asso­ciate, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Rebec­ca Boxx, Direc­tor, Prov­i­dence Chil­dren & Youth Cabinet
  • Mar­garet Fly­nn-Khan, Found­ing Part­ner, Main­spring Consulting
  • Eliz­a­beth Gaines, Senior Fel­low, Forum for Youth Investment

In July, the webi­nar series, host­ed by the Forum for Youth Invest­ment, cov­ered iden­ti­fy­ing com­mu­ni­ty pri­or­i­ties for child well-being. An April webi­nar focused on pre­ven­tion sci­ence.

Reg­is­ter for Strate­gic Financ­ing for Test­ed, Effec­tive Programs

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