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Annie E. Casey Foundation Language: English
Publisher: The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Description: This website strives to provide the best available data and analysis on critical issues affecting struggling families and at-risk kids. Annie E. Casey Foundation's mission is to foster public policies, human service reforms, and community supports that more effectively meet the needs of today's vulnerable children and families.
ChildCare.gov Language: English
Description: This Web site is designed to bring all of the federal agency resources about child care together in one place. Includes a wide variety of resources such as information about funding sources, safety, program planning, and a section for parents.
The Robert Woods Johnson Foundation Language: English
Description: Grant funding for health-related programs and research and links to research.
U.S. Department of Education Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Department of Education
Description: This is the Web site of the U.S. Department of Education. It includes a variety of information about educational best practices and news. It has sections for parents and educators containing many resources to improve the education of children.
U.S. Department of Education Funding Opportunities Language: English
Description: This website will help you find grants and contracts, or keep up with your existing grant or contract.
USDA Office of Rural Development Language: English
Description: This website contains information on rural development. Available grants and funds to help with development are listed.
3 Simple Questions: To Guide Our Communication on Behalf of Children, Youth, and Families Language: English
Author: Li, Junlei
Publisher: The University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development (2010)
Description: This news brief focuses on how to communicate our feelings about supporting children and their programs.
We can go about making children's issues compelling by understanding what happens between our communication materials and the one person is is reading or listening. Focusing on one on one communication invites the communicator to consider how we meet the needs of the one person whom our communication is trying to reach. We propose three hypotheses about the fundamental needs of our audience and the question that each hypothesis poses for the communicator.
Description: Home page for Grants.gov, which is the electronic storefront for Federal grants. It includes links to a variety of grant topics, including Education, Health, Housing, Community Development, Business and Commerce, etc.
U.S. Small Business Administration Language: English
Description: The U.S. Small Business Administration, established in 1953, provides financial, technical and management assistance to help Americans start, run, and grow their businesses.
Rural Information Center Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Department of Agriculture (2010)
Description: The Rural Information Center provides information and referral services for rural communities, officials, organizations and citizens.
National Science Foundation Language: English
Publisher: National Science Foundation (2010)
Description: The NSF funds research and education in science and engineering, through grants, contracts, and cooperative agreements.