May 2023Monthly Update

Updates

HT-RADAR June Quarterly Meeting with Dr. Lianne Urada: Human Trafficking of College Students in San Diego County and Imperial Valley: Results from the 2022-2023 Survey

Few studies have examined the prevalence of human trafficking on college/university campuses in the U.S. This study surveyed college students, ages 18 and over, on over 12 campuses across San Diego County and Imperial Valley, including private, public, 4-year and community colleges.

Participants: Approximately 1,000 college students in San Diego/Imperial Counties with personal experience or who knew someone at college who was trafficked/sexually exploited/selling sex responded to fliers posted across campuses that advertised the online survey. Measures included validated scales, e.g. for human trafficking and substance use. Survey data analysis including both quantitative and qualitative responses. Results: The majority (83%) were undergraduates; 71% were female, 28% male, 6% nonbinary, 68% heterosexual, 15% bisexual, 8% homosexual; 35% were White, 31% Latinx, 17% Black/African American, 17% Asian/Pacific Islander, 5% American Indian/Alaskan Native. More than one in five ever exchanged sex for something of monetary or other value as a college student and 19% said they would consider it. The same number said they were ever forced/coerced/frauded into selling sex as a college student. 13% (105) of all participants said they ever heard, seen, or suspected human trafficking on a college campus. Further information on what risk factors are associated with experiencing or witnessing human trafficking will be shared. 

Save the date for this meeting: June 6th, 2023 at 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

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Community Highlights & Opportunitites

ZAAM! invites you to a POP-UP MUSEUM spreading awareness about human trafficking

Nuestras Calles Exhibition by Chula Vista Learning Community Charter Middle School will be hosting the pop-up museum at 380 3rd Ave. Chula Vista, CA. 91910 on Friday 12 from 3- 6:30 pm. For additional information, please contact Adriana Veronica: Adriana.Veronica@cvesd.org

Informational flyer here

 

Truckers Against Trafficking Presents Creating San Diego Partnerships to End Human Trafficking

All are invited to a half-day summit that will bring together key trucking, truck stop and bus industry stakeholders with local, state and federal law enforcement and government agencies to work together to close loopholes to traffickers. Event will be held on May 25, 2023, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Registration is required. 

Find event details here

 

Free to Thrive Founder Highlighted in Portia Project Podcast Episode 101: Jamie Beck 

As Founder of the legal nonprofit Free to Thrive, Jamie Beck advocates for and represents human-trafficking survivors. Today, MC Sungaila talks to her about her non-profit organization and how she got so passionate about solving the issue of human trafficking.

Listen to podcast here

 

Job Opening for Assistant Director of Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute – Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma

The Assistant Director, under the general direction of the IVAT CEO, will oversee the day-to-day operations and provide oversight for the 10 departments of IVAT in order to accomplish the mission and vision of the organization. The successful candidate will be dedicated to providing high-quality service to all of IVAT and the community. They will exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical principles and will be committed to the tenets of IVAT’s Mission and Vision that emphasize social justice, equity, diversity, and public health.

Application information here

 

Job Opening for Administrative Assistant of Family Violence & Sexual Assault Institute – Institute on Violence, Abuse & Trauma

The Administrative Assistant, under the general direction of the Chief Executive Officer, is the gateway and liaison for office information and communication. This person will support general office operations and provide administrative support for the Institute, including scheduling, billing, bookkeeping, and client account maintenance. The successful candidate will be dedicated to providing high-quality service to all of IVAT and the community. They will exhibit the highest professional standards and ethical principles and will be committed to the tenets of IVAT’s Mission and Vision that emphasize social justice, equity, diversity, and public health.

Application information here

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General Reports, Opportunities & Updates

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children – 101 – California Social Work Education Center

This course is designed to provide a broad overview of three types of Human Trafficking and information regarding the ongoing research on the topic; narrowing in on CSEC and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST). The course will focus on the impacts and implications for the child welfare system.

The course will also provide a brief review of current federal, state, and local efforts to address the wide variety of issues associated with trafficking. Identification, assessment, and promising intervention strategies will also be identified. The course will provide information about the multi-systems response to working with victims and addressing demand. This is an on demand / online course. 

Register for CSEC – 101 Training  or CSEC 101 — Training Community Partner Registration

 

Non-Federal Organizations and Resources That Focus on Youth Homelessness – Center for Coordinated Assistance to States

This is a Federal Cross-System Brief developed by the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States to help Title II grantees foster collaborative efforts between various government agencies and other relevant stakeholders, and leverage federal funding to meet the intersectional needs of youth and families. These materials are intended to support cross-system collaboration that maximizes funding and resources to provide safer systems for youth and deliver more desirable outcomes for all agencies involved. They cover three priority content areas, identified in collaboration with OJJDP: youth homelessness, child welfare, and education and employment. This brief describes federal agencies and non-profit organizations that provide tools and resources, information on evidence-based practices, and research for agencies and organizations serving youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Access brief here

 

U.S. Department of Labor Launches Mental Health at Work Website

This Mental Health Awareness Month marks the launch of the Labor Department’s Mental Health at Work initiative, including a new webpage promoting numerous tools and resources. This initiative will advance wellness in the workforce by reducing stigma and increasing awareness of mental health and wellbeing within workplaces; promoting best practices and compliance by employers; and promoting mental health equity and access, especially for marginalized and vulnerable populations.

Access resources here

 

Health and Human Services Launches New Website to Help People Find Support for Issues with Mental Health, Drugs, or Alcohol

As part of continuing efforts to increase access to mental health and substance use resources, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) launched FindSupport.gov, a new user-friendly website, designed for the general public, to help people identify available resources, explore unbiased information about various treatment options, and learn how to reach out to get the support they need for issues related to mental health, drugs, or alcohol.

Access new website here

 

Office on Victims of Crime is Hiring Grants Management Specialists

OVC seeks to hire two experienced grants management professionals for full-time positions. The positions will be distributed among OVC divisions: State Victim Resource Division, Tribal Division, Human Trafficking Division, and Discretionary Programs Division. Division assignments will be made upon completion of the hiring process.

View opportunity details here

 

Youth Homelessness and Juvenile Justice System Involvement – Center for Coordinated Assistance to States

This is a Federal Cross-System Brief developed by the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States to help Title II grantees foster collaborative efforts between various government agencies and other relevant stakeholders, and leverage federal funding to meet the intersectional needs of youth and families. These materials are intended to support cross-system collaboration that maximizes funding and resources to provide safer systems for youth and deliver more desirable outcomes for all agencies involved. They cover three priority content areas, identified in collaboration with OJJDP: youth homelessness, child welfare, and education and employment. This brief provides risk factors, disparities, key definitions, state initiatives and promising interventions on youth homelessness and juvenile justice system involvement. 

Access brief here

 

Building Survivor-Informed Organizations — Office on Trafficking in Persons

The Toolkit for Building Survivor-Informed Organizations is a collection of new and existing resources that builds organizational capacity to meaningfully collaborate with and support staff, volunteers, and consultants with lived experience in human trafficking. The toolkit is a resource for anti-trafficking organizations, coalitions, task forces, volunteer programs, and other community and faith-based organizations that want to improve collaboration with those impacted by human trafficking. This toolkit provides guidance, tools, and resources that support professionally engaging people with lived experience when developing, delivering, and evaluating programs and policies. The 2023 update to this previously published toolkit includes three new chapters with recommendations and resources on survivor leadership engagement; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and wellness.

Access toolkit here

 

Human Trafficking Fellowship Program — Office for Victims of Crime

The Fellow awarded under this program will work collaboratively with OVC and the anti-trafficking field in identifying and understanding human trafficking issues and evidence-informed practices. The awarded Fellow will focus on one of the three OVC-selected focus areas: Service Provision Program Model Analyses; Analysis of Human Trafficking Diversion Courts for Minors; Forced Criminality Analyses

Find application details here

 

2023 International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Fighting for Change On-Demand Content Available 

Over the course of four days, over 2,500 participants learned from highly respected experts in the field, shared memories with friends and colleagues, and refueled their passion to make a difference for victims of gender-based violence.There is still time to register and watch session recordings, on-demand through July 13, 2023. Register by July 10th to get full access to all online content.

Register to access recordings here

 

Forensic Interviewing of Children In-Person Training – National Children’s Advocacy Center

Participants will be introduced to the evidence-based literature that supports the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) Child Forensic Interview Structure. This webinar includes lectures, skill-building activities, guided discussions, reflections, and an interview practicum in a supportive environment with assessment and feedback provided by experienced interviewers. 

Register for different dates here: June 12-15, July 10-13

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Resources

Webinars

HT-RADAR offers information about webinars focused on anti-trafficking work and anti-trafficking research. As the workplace continues to shift, we will continue to offer resources for online educational opportunities, as well as in-person events.

 

Advanced Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Caregiver Training Course Description

  • Date: Various Dates Available
  • Hosted by: West Coast Children’s Clinic
  • Description: The Advanced CSEC Caregiver training will provide an advanced and comprehensive curriculum on best practices for supporting and parenting youth that are commercially sexually exploited. In this 16-hour training delivered by professionals and survivors, we will build on the skills and concepts learned in previous introduction to commercial sexual exploitation trainings, including but not limited to: an exploration of common dynamics when caring for and supporting commercially exploited youth and how these dynamics impact parenting/caretaking and caregivers. We will also discuss how the trauma of exploitation impacts the behavior, health, help-seeking, general engagement, and healing of youth who have been exploited, as well as a consideration of the role of substance in exploitation and trauma. Finally, we will spend time exploring and practicing helpful engagement frameworks including: trauma reenactments, the stages (cycle) of change, motivational interviewing techniques and trauma-informed care.

 

Self-Compassion for Effective Leaders

  • Date: May 16, 2023, 11:00 am
  • Hosted by: Innocent Justice Foundation 
  • Description: This webinar is one in a series being conducted by the Innocent Justice Foundation, an OJJDP-funded provider of SHIFT (Supporting Heroes in Mental Health Foundational Training). The series will address wellness strategies of those in leadership roles to help law enforcement, prosecutors, and other investigative personnel to manage stress from their difficult work in combating child sexual exploitation. This series will walk those in management positions through the necessary wellness steps needed to create an effective team. There will be a focus on mitigating the challenges faced by Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force members.

 

Invisible Epidemic: Strangulation, Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence

  • Date: May 17, 2023, 10:00 am
  • Hosted by: Institute on Violence and Trauma
  • Description: Domestic violence victims experience terrible and traumatic physical violence –often directed at the head, neck and face –through blows to the head or strangulation. We are just discovering how that violence impacts the brain. Brain injury caused by domestic violence is rarely identified and almost never immediately treated, and results in short and long term physical, emotional, and cognitive consequences that can impact every area of a person’s life–including their ability to successfully access and participate in your agency’s services.

 

Serving Human Trafficking Survivors with Disabilities Webinar

  • Date: May 18, 2023, 11:00 am
  • Hosted by: Freedom Network USA
  • Description: FNUSA’s Housing Training and Technical Assistance project hosts our quarterly webinar: Serving Human Trafficking Survivors with Disabilities. This webinar will delve into the topic of disability justice and explore how housing programs can assist survivors of human trafficking with disabilities in navigating their housing needs. Also, we’ll share how organizations can review current practices through a disability-inclusive lens and identify ways to partner with local agencies supporting individuals with disabilities. 

 

Supplemental Security Income/Social Security Disability Insurance and Trauma Related Disorders

  • Date: June 9, 2023 at 12:30 pm
  • Hosted by: Community Subcommittee of San Diego HT/CSEC Taskforce Advisory Council in collaboration with SAMHSA
  • Description: This webinar will provide an overview on SOAR, how to apply for SSI/SSD. Training will benefit the case managers, nonprofit organizations and community-based organizations.

 

Understanding the Needs of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children

  • Date: June 16, 2023 at 10:00 am
  • Hosted by: California Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Action Team Advisory Board
  • Description: Throughout the year, the CTRT will be hosting screenings of a video created by members of the CSEC Action Team Advisory Board to achieve two goals: First, to provide guidance and tools for caregivers, group home staff, STRTP staff, resource families, and others who work directly with youth who have experienced sexual exploitation. And second, to give inspiration that with love and support, youth can recover and achieve amazing things.In this video, you will hear from those with lived experience, and they will share their personal and professional perspective on ways to improve and support youth in care

 

Culturally Responsive Housing Programs

  • Recording
  • Hosted by: Freedom Network Training Institute’s (FNTI) Housing Project 
  • Description: During this webinar, featured presenter Crystal Bennett, LMSW, shared the importance of creating housing programs sensitive to cultural differences that are inclusive of all survivors of human trafficking. Organizations will be better equipped to serve individuals from various backgrounds and meet their individualized needs by developing a culturally responsive program.

 

Upcoming Conferences

 

This resource is regularly updated.  Questions?  Or, know of conferences that you’d like to share with the HT-RADAR network? Contact us!

 

Submission Opportunities:

 

28th San Diego International Summit on Preventing, Assessing, and Treating Trauma Across the Lifespan – Call for Posters

Hosted by Institute on Violence and Trauma

Submission Deadline: June 2, 2023

 

Attendance Opportunities:

 

National Institute of Justice Research Conference

Hosted by the National Institute of Justice

Conference in Arlington, VA: May 23 – 25, 2023

 

Beyond “Trauma Informed:” Best Practices for Victim Interviewing and Evidence-Based Investigations

Hosted by End Violence Against Women International

Training in Baltimore, Maryland: June 6 – 7, 2023

 

Beyond the Basics: Advancing Human Trafficking Investigations and Prosecutions

Hosted by International Association of Cheifs of Police

In-Person Training in Cincinatti, Ohio: June 13-15. 2023

 

28th San Diego International Summit on Violence, Abuse and Trauma Across the Lifespan: Promoting Resilience Amid Global Challenges

Hosted by Institute on Violence and Trauma

Conference in San Diego, CA: August 27-30, 2023

 

International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition

Hosted by the International Association of Cheifs of Police

Conference in San Diego, CA: October 14-17, 2023

 

2024 International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and the Cycle of Justice

Hosted by End Violence Against Women International

Conference in San Diego, CA: April 2-4, 2024

 

Funding Opportunities

 

 

NIJ FY23 Research and Evaluation on Violence Against Women

  • Source: National Institute of Justice
  • NIJ strives to support the development of objective and independent knowledge and validated tools to reduce violence against women (VAW), promote justice for victims of crime, and enhance criminal justice responses. For that reason, this solicitation seeks applications for grant funding to conduct research and evaluation projects examining a broad range of topics, including the crimes of domestic (DV) and family violence (FV), homicide and other forms of violent death, intimate partner violence (IPV), rape, sex trafficking, sexual assault, stalking, and teen dating violence (TDV), also known as adolescent relationship abuse (ARA), along with the associated criminal justice system response, procedures, and policies. 
  • Close Date: May 10, 2023

 

OVC FY 2023 Preventing Trafficking of Girls Program Sites and Training and Technical Assistance 

  • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
  • This program supports prevention and early intervention services for girls who are at-risk of, or are victims of, sex and/or labor trafficking. Services may be provided to girls and young women up to and including age 25.
  • Close Date: May 16, 2023

 

Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Services and Outreach Program

  • Source: Department of Health and Human Services
  • The goal of the DVHT-SO Program is to fund organizations that will build, expand, and sustain the organizational and local capacity to deliver services to domestic victims of severe forms of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended through victim outreach, identification, case management, direct services, assistance, and referrals. Under the DVHT-SO Program, the following activities are required: 1) comprehensive case management and services to adults and children who have experienced human trafficking; and 2) outreach to increase identification of adults and children who have experienced sex and labor trafficking.
  • Close Date: June 30, 2023

 

OJJDP FY 2023 Supporting Effective Interventions for Youth With Problematic or Illegal Sexual Behavior

  • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  • With this solicitation, OJJDP seeks applications for funding to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary continuum of intervention and supervision services for youth with problematic and/or illegal sexual behavior and treatment services for their victims and families/caregivers.
  • Close Date: May 25, 2023

 

OJJDP FY 2023 Supporting Effective Interventions for Youth With Problematic or Illegal Sexual Behavior

  • Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
  • With this solicitation, OJJDP seeks applications for funding to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary continuum of intervention and supervision services for youth with problematic and/or illegal sexual behavior and treatment services for their victims and families/caregivers.
  • Close Date: May 25, 2023

 

FY23 Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations (WANTO) Technical Assistance Grant Program

  • Source: Women’s Bureau – Department of Labor
  • The purpose of this program is to provide technical assistance (TA) to employers (which may include public sector entities) and labor unions in the United States and its territories to encourage employment of women in Registered Apprenticeship and nontraditional occupations (A/NTO). Registered Apprenticeship is a proven “earn-and-learn” training model that offers workers a pathway to the middle class and helps companies recruit, develop, and retain a highly skilled workforce
  • Close Date: May 29, 2023

 

OVC FY 2023 Anti-Trafficking Housing Assistance Program (Services and Training and Technical Assistance)

  • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
  • OVC seeks applications to fund training and technical assistance services to support ECM Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking sites throughout the United States. The ECM TTA program will support OVC ECM task force partners develop and sustain a multidisciplinary approach that increases their capacity to identify and support victims, seek justice on their behalf, and hold traffickers accountable.
  • Close Date:  May 30, 2023

 

OVC FY 2023 Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program

  • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
  • OVC seeks applications to fund training and technical assistance services to support ECM Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking sites throughout the United States. The ECM TTA program will support OVC ECM task force partners develop and sustain a multidisciplinary approach that increases their capacity to identify and support victims, seek justice on their behalf, and hold traffickers accountable.
  • Close Date: May 31, 2023

 

OVC FY 2023 National Resource Centers for Victim Research, Evaluation, and Reaching Underserved Victims

  • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
  • OVC seeks applications to re-establish National Resource Centers for 1) Reaching Underserved Victims and 2) Victim Research and Evaluation.
  • Close Date: June 1, 2023

 

OJJDP FY 2023 Mentoring Programs for Youth in the Juvenile Justice System 

  • Source: Office for Victims of Crime
  • The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) seeks applications for funding to implement and deliver mentoring services to youth populations that are involved in the juvenile justice system. This program furthers the DOJ’s mission by supporting mentoring programs to reduce juvenile delinquency, truancy, drug abuse, victimization, and other problem and high-risk behaviors. 
  • Close Date: June 1, 2023

 

OVC FY 2023 Integrated Services for Minor Victims of Human Trafficking

  • Source:  Office for Victims of Crime
  • The goal of this program is to provide services that address the needs of minor victims of sex and labor trafficking through a continuum of trauma-informed, culturally relevant, and gender responsive services to ensure their safety, security, and healing and to prevent them from being directed to or involved in the justice system.
  • Close Date: June 6, 2023

 

FY 2023 Street Outreach Program

  • Source: Administration for Children & Families
  • The Street Outreach Program provides street-based services to runaway, homeless, and street youth who have been subjected to or are at risk of being subjected to sexual abuse, prostitution, sexual exploitation, and severe forms of human trafficking in persons.  These services, targeted in areas where street youth congregate, are designed to assist such youth making healthy choices and providing them access to shelter as well as basic needs, including food, hygiene packages, and information on a range of available services. 
  • Close Date: Jun 20, 2023  

 

Domestic Victims of Human Trafficking Services and Outreach (DVHT-SO) Program

  • Source: Department of Health and Human Services
  • The goal of the DVHT-SO Program is to fund organizations that will build, expand, and sustain organizational and local capacity to deliver services to domestic victims of severe forms of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended through victim outreach, identification, case management, direct services, assistance, and referrals.Under the DVHT-SO Program, the following activities are required: 1) comprehensive case management and services to adults and children who have experienced human trafficking; and 2) outreach to increase identification of adults and children who have experienced sex and labor trafficking. The DVHT-SO Program is informed by a whole-family approach that focuses equally and intentionally on services and opportunities for individuals who have experienced human trafficking and their immediate family members living within their households. OTIP encourages community partnerships, meaningful engagement of individuals who have experienced human trafficking, and hiring qualified professionals from the communities being served under the DVHT-SO Program.
  • Close Date: Jun 30, 2023

 

Victims of Human Trafficking in Native Communities Demonstration (VHT-NC) Program

  • Source: Administration for Children and Families
  • Description: The VHT-NC Demonstration Program’s goal is to directly fund organizations that will build, expand, and sustain organizational and community capacity to deliver services to Native American adults and minors who have experienced a severe form of human trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000, as amended, through the provision of direct services, assistance, and referrals.  Under the VHT-NC Demonstration Program the following activities are required: 1) provision of comprehensive, culturally and linguistically responsive, case management to Native Americans who have experienced sex and labor trafficking; 2) increase identification of Native Americans who have experienced sex and labor trafficking through outreach; and 3) training to service providers and community partners.
  • Close Date: June 30, 2023

 

Ongoing Opportunities:

 

Costco Charitable Contributions (Foundation Funding)

  • Source: Costco Charitable Contributions Foundation
  • Costco Wholesale’s primary charitable efforts specifically focus on programs supporting children, education, and health and human services in the communities where they do business. Throughout the year they receive a large number of requests from nonprofit organizations striving to make a positive impact, and they are thankful to be able to provide support to a variety of organizations and causes.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

 

Grants to USA Nonprofits for Projects and Programs to Benefit Children and Families: When Georgia Smiled Grant

  • Source: The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation
  • Grants to USA nonprofit organizations for projects and programs to benefit children and families. Funding is intended for activities that address domestic violence, including assault and human trafficking, and organizations that benefit children, especially in the foster care system. The Foundation seeks to support organizations and programs that build awareness, offer solutions and address the needs of children and families to live healthy, safe, and joy-filled lives free of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

  

Neo Philanthropy (Foundation Funding)

  • Source: Neo Philanthropy
  • Through 12 funds, including the Four Freedoms Fund™ and State Infrastructure Fund, NEO has designed and led large-scale collaborative grantmaking funds, connecting donors with aligned values to support work they could not fund as effectively on their own.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

 

 The Human Services Program (Orange County & Los Angeles)

  • Source: The Marisla Foundation
  • The Human Services Program addresses the needs of women in crisis, primarily focusing on their physical, emotional and mental health, and financial wellbeing. Grants support activities and integrated approaches to stable housing, treating addiction, empowering adult and child domestic violence survivors, and vocational training. The geographic limitation is Orange County and Los Angeles, California.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

 

Wells Fargo Private Foundations

  • Source: Wells Fargo
  • Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services provides a full array of services to private and family foundations across the country. For these foundations, Wells Fargo serves as sole trustee, co-trustee, or agent. To serve these foundations, they seek to help non-profit organizations identify appropriate grant resources for specific funding needs. To help you find these grants, they provide a wide range of information about these foundations through the search feature.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

 

W.K. Kellogg Foundation (Foundation Funding)

  • Source: W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society.
  • Close Date: Ongoing

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