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Torrico, Roxana – Finance Project, 2008
This brief provides policymakers, stakeholders, community leaders, and program developers working in or with community-based youth programs with a basic understanding of how the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is structured, how community-based youth programs fit into CDBG purposes and activities, and how communities nationwide are using…
Descriptors: Community Leaders, Community Development, Youth Programs, Block Grants
Dobbins-Harper, Dionne; Bhat, Soumya – Finance Project, 2007
This publication is part of a series of tools and resources on financing and sustaining youth programming. These tools and resources are intended to help policymakers, program developers, and community leaders develop innovative strategies for implementing, financing, and sustaining effective programs and policies. This guide outlines strategies…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Federal Aid, Federal Programs, Public Agencies
Relave, Nanette; Deich, Sharon – Finance Project, 2007
This publication is part of a series of tools and resources on financing and sustaining youth programming. These tools and resources are intended to help policymakers, program developers, and community leaders develop innovative strategies for implementing, financing, and sustaining effective programs and policies. This guide provides practical…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Partnerships in Education, Strategic Planning, Critical Path Method
Sherman, Rachel H.; Deich, Sharon G.; Langford, Barbara Hanson – Finance Project, 2007
This publication is part of a series of tools and resources on financing and sustaining youth programming. These tools and resources are intended to assist policy makers, program developers and community leaders in developing innovative strategies for implementing, financing and sustaining effective programs and policies. This brief highlights six…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Financial Support, Program Budgeting, Resource Allocation
Deich, Sharon G.; Hayes, Cheryl D. – Finance Project, 2007
This publication is part of a series of tools and resources on financing and sustaining youth programming. These tools and resources are intended to help policymakers, program developers, and community leaders develop innovative strategies for implementing, financing, and sustaining effective programs and policies. This strategy brief presents a…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Financial Support, Resources, Program Implementation
Relave, Nanette – Finance Project, 2006
Funding for youth employment and training has been scaled back during the past few decades. In addition, funding for workforce development services is spread among multiple programs and agencies, resulting in a fragmented funding environment. To address this issue, the youth provisions of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) aimed to move this…
Descriptors: Youth Employment, Youth Programs, Labor Force Development, Shared Resources and Services
Lind, Christianne – Finance Project, 2006
To be economically secure, families need both income and assets. Regular income helps families pay for their daily living expenses. In contrast, families need assets to weather financial hardships and get ahead. Assets provide a safety net for coping with unanticipated expenses and emergencies that could otherwise cause significant financial…
Descriptors: Low Income Groups, Family Income, Money Management, Economic Factors
Szekely, Amanda; Padgette, Heather Clapp – Finance Project, 2006
This tool is part of a series of technical assistance resources on financing and sustaining out-of-school time and community school initiative. These tools and resources are intended to assist policymakers, program developers and community leaders in developing financing and sustainability strategies to support effective initiatives. For nearly a…
Descriptors: After School Programs, Profiles, Grants, Community Schools
Friedman, Pamela – Finance Project, 2005
Making effective financial decisions and knowing how to manage money are skills critical to enjoying a secure financial future. Yet many individuals and families lack the knowledge necessary to make sound financial choices, as evidenced by falling savings rates, mounting consumer debt, and a growing dependence on alternative banking institutions.…
Descriptors: Low Income Groups, Money Management, Adult Learning, Adults