Supporting Effective Children, Youth, and Family Philanthropy
Grantmakers for Children, Youth, and Families (GCYF) serves as a point of contact for grantmakers seeking collegial and collaborative relationships with other funders concerned with children, youth, and families.
GCYF is not a grantmaking institution. For information on grant opportunities, visit The Foundation Center website.
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2014 Annual Conference Feature
Fathers of Color: Busting Myths to Arrive at Solutions
Jordan Thierry, Filmmaker and Director of The Black Fatherhood Project, and Shawn Dove, Campaign for Black Male Achievement, explore myths about fathers of color at the 2014 GCYF Annual Conference. Coordinated by the Skillman Foundation and sponsored in part by the Council of Michigan Foundations. Celebrating 29 years of serving children, youth and family grantmakers, the GCYF Annual Conference is coming back strong in 2014, exploring the theme Strong Places, Strong People: Strengthening Grantmakers as Partners in Change. Visit the Annual Conference page to register today! Follow us on Twitter @G4CYF #GCYF14, and find us on Facebook!
Developments in Early Childhood Care and Education
In light of recently increasing attention to early childhood care and education and this issue's importance to the well-being America's children, GCYF has compiled a library of resources and analysis on this topic. Use this page to view research on early childhood education as well as news articles pertaining to the state-level early education expansion initiatives, plans to expand pre-kindergarten education nationwide, and the political and funding dynamics of these initiatives.
Keep Posted on the Ongoing Budget Discussions
Want to read the latest news and current analysis and resources on the budget and what the various proposals mean for children, youth, and families?
Visit our Budget page to find out more and what you can do to influence the debate!
Stay current with the latest Making the Link: Addressing the Budget Deficit Through Evidence-Based, Cost-Saving Program Reform
It's here! The latest Making The Link details the importance of evidence-based, cost-saving program reforms, and their effect on the budget deficit.