Developing and Sustaining Child Abuse Prevention Programs in Tough Times: Funding Your Prevention Program
Publication Year: 2009
Because no single funding source is guaranteed forever, programs must look to a variety of sources to sustain child abuse prevention activities over the long term. This excerpt from the "Developing and sustaining child abuse prevention programs in tough times" online toolkit provides basic information, tools, and resources to help programs identify and access public and private sources of funding. It includes steps in developing a proposal, Federal and private sources of funding, and strategies for collaborative funding.
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