The Casey Foundation funds a nationwide network of state-level KIDS COUNT projects that provide a more detailed, local picture of child and youth well-being.
KIDS COUNT Outreach Partners promote the Foundation's suite of data products, including the KIDS COUNT Data Book, with their respective stakeholders.
Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential (LEAP) is a multimillion-dollar initiative to increase employment and educational opportunities for young people facing some of the greatest challenges on the path to adulthood.
The Casey Foundation shares blog posts, publications and tools related to its work to transform workforce systems and prepare low-income individuals, particularly young people and people of color, for family-supporting jobs. Sign up for the Employment and Training News,
The Children and Family Fellowship is a unique development opportunity for social service leaders from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and The Atlantic Philanthropies are proud to introduce a new leadership development program to strengthen the field of state-based advocates for children’s health policy.
Leaders in Equitable Evaluation and Diversity aims to develop talented, diverse thinkers and leaders who will improve the knowledge base and contribute to better science and social innovation in the field of evaluation.
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