Posted by Alayne Shoenfeld on July 19, 2010
If your program is looking for ways to expand your reach and serve more children, consider joining Mentoring Children of Prisoners-Caregiver’s Choice:
• Access funding to serve more children;
• Tap into federal funds;
• Manage your participation level;
• Leverage national efforts to recruit children of prisoners; and
• Benefit from cutting-edge training and tools.
Mentoring programs must apply to participate in Caregiver’s Choice. Programs that meet quality standards created by experts—in mentoring and working with families of the incarcerated—will be selected to take part. Caregivers and parents will then choose the approved mentoring program that best meets their needs and redeem their vouchers. Mentoring programs will receive $1,000 in three installments over a twelve-month period, linked to key milestones in the mentoring relationship.
Program enrollment has now begun.
For more information about the eligibility requirements, please contact email@example.com.Share