Making things better for kids takes people with the skills, persistence and experience to work together to find solutions. We work with nonprofit and public leaders to help them achieve results for large numbers of children.
Actually showing that poor families are better off because of the work you do is not easy. Readers will find a Casey case history that shows how Results-Based Accountability (RBA) does it along with RBA definitions, timelines, leadership spotlights, lessons learned, practical tips and proven advice for creating a results-driven culture.
Know an advocate or organizer of color who wants to transform the juvenile justice field? The National Juvenile Justice Network is accepting applications — through April 29, 2019 — for a yearlong leadership development curriculum focused on youth justice reform.
To accelerate measurable, equitable improvements for youth in foster care as they become adults, the Foundation’s Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative is working to expand the use of the philanthropy’s Results Count leadership methodology.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is accepting proposals — now through April 15, 2019 — for workshops and table discussions at its 24th Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative® Inter-Site Conference in October 2019.
The One Baltimore for Jobs program sought to connect young African-American males in Baltimore with high-quality jobs in growing industries. This executive summary reviews the program's objectives, outcomes and lessons learned. It supplements a full report that describes the program and explains why Baltimore’s story should inform the workforce development efforts of communities nationwide.
Addressing staff turnover is one of the child welfare system’s greatest challenges. Employee departures can erode agency morale and upend an already-stressful work environment. Losing a staff member is also expensive, as each exiting worker costs an agency around $54,000 to replace.
The Casey Foundation has selected 15 leaders for the eleventh class of its Children and Family Fellowship. These women and men will use the 21-month Fellowship to work within their agencies, organizations and communities toward specific, measurable improvements for large numbers of young people and families.