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FW: CYBERGARDENS: Youth Anti violence grants


Comrades,

I received this message from the NYC community gardener's listserve this
morning. As some on this listserve use community gardens as places to run
anti-violence projects, these grants may prove useful.

Best wishes,
Adam Honigman

-----Original Message-----
From:	Ecocreek@aol.com [SMTP:Ecocreek@aol.com]
Sent:	Sunday, March 04, 2001 9:14 PM
To:	cybergardens@treebranch.com
Subject:	CYBERGARDENS: Youth Anti violence grants

------------------------------------------------------------
News from the CYBERGARDENS mailing list 
(cybergardens@treebranch.com)
------------------------------------------------------------

Sorry, here is the info on the grant I was refering to.

National Campaign Against Youth Violence Accepting
        Proposals for City-By-City Program

  Deadline: April 13, 2001

  The National Campaign Against Youth Violence has issued
  an RFP for its city-by-city initiative. The program aims
  to strengthen promising locally driven violence prevention
  collaboratives by increasing awareness of the fact that
  violence is preventable and by creating activities that
  stimulate private sector investment in prevention efforts;
  increase youth involvement and leadership; and improve
  media exposure and coverage of local activities. Through
  a campaign that includes trainings, organized events, and
  media activities, NCAYV and its local partners will work
  to create model strategies that assist communities nation-
  wide in mobilizing people to take action.

  NCAYV will provide resources to selected communities to
  ensure that they are better equipped to support youth and
  reduce violence. In these communities, NCAYV will provide
  technical assistance to help businesses, community leaders,
  youth, and media professionals build partnerships that
  sustain campaign efforts. In addition to in-kind services,
  the program will provide $25,000 to partially cover the
  costs of implementing and staffing the local campaign as
  well as national staff support and other administrative
  resources.

  Applications may be submitted by the designated leader of
  a community-based, government-based, or law enforcement-
  based partnership, coalition, or collaborative. Applications
  from collaboratives in the same county will be considered,
  but only one application per county will be selected. To be
  eligible, a collaborative must have been in existence for at
  least eighteen months and employ at least one full-time
  staff person.

  For complete eligibility requirements and application
  guidelines, visit the NCAYU Web site.

  Contact:
  National Campaign Against Youth Violence/RFP
  2115 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, 6th floor
  Washington, D.C. 20007

  RFP Link: http://www.NoViolence.net

  For additional RFPs in Youth & Families, visit:
  http://www.fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/youth.html

  

Mike Steffens

--- CYBERGARDENS
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subject of the e-mail.

To receive a reference guide to this mailing list, send a message to 
"cybergardens@treebranch.com" with the word HELP in the subject of 
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If you have any questions about or problems with this mailing list, 
please send e-mail to the list moderator dave lutz at 
"dave.lutz@treebranch.com".
----------------------------------------------------------------------
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This list is operated by the Neighborhood Open Space Coalition and 
Friends of Gateway. Visit http://www.treebranch.com on the web to 
learn more about organizations sponsoring mailing lists and/or web 
sites concerning the environment, open space, and related urban 
issues in New York City.


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Ecocreek@aol.com [SMTP:Ecocreek@aol.com]
> Sent:	Sunday, March 04, 2001 9:14 PM
> To:	cybergardens@treebranch.com
> Subject:	CYBERGARDENS: Youth Anti violence grants
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> News from the CYBERGARDENS mailing list 
> (cybergardens@treebranch.com)
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Sorry, here is the info on the grant I was refering to.
> 
> National Campaign Against Youth Violence Accepting
>         Proposals for City-By-City Program
> 
>   Deadline: April 13, 2001
> 
>   The National Campaign Against Youth Violence has issued
>   an RFP for its city-by-city initiative. The program aims
>   to strengthen promising locally driven violence prevention
>   collaboratives by increasing awareness of the fact that
>   violence is preventable and by creating activities that
>   stimulate private sector investment in prevention efforts;
>   increase youth involvement and leadership; and improve
>   media exposure and coverage of local activities. Through
>   a campaign that includes trainings, organized events, and
>   media activities, NCAYV and its local partners will work
>   to create model strategies that assist communities nation-
>   wide in mobilizing people to take action.
> 
>   NCAYV will provide resources to selected communities to
>   ensure that they are better equipped to support youth and
>   reduce violence. In these communities, NCAYV will provide
>   technical assistance to help businesses, community leaders,
>   youth, and media professionals build partnerships that
>   sustain campaign efforts. In addition to in-kind services,
>   the program will provide $25,000 to partially cover the
>   costs of implementing and staffing the local campaign as
>   well as national staff support and other administrative
>   resources.
> 
>   Applications may be submitted by the designated leader of
>   a community-based, government-based, or law enforcement-
>   based partnership, coalition, or collaborative. Applications
>   from collaboratives in the same county will be considered,
>   but only one application per county will be selected. To be
>   eligible, a collaborative must have been in existence for at
>   least eighteen months and employ at least one full-time
>   staff person.
> 
>   For complete eligibility requirements and application
>   guidelines, visit the NCAYU Web site.
> 
>   Contact:
>   National Campaign Against Youth Violence/RFP
>   2115 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, 6th floor
>   Washington, D.C. 20007
> 
>   RFP Link: http://www.NoViolence.net
> 
>   For additional RFPs in Youth & Families, visit:
>   http://www.fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/youth.html
> 
>   
> 
> Mike Steffens
> 
> --- CYBERGARDENS
> ===========================================
> To remove yourself from this list, please send a message to 
> "cybergardens@treebranch.com" with the word UNSUBSCRIBE in the 
> subject of the e-mail.
> 
> To receive a reference guide to this mailing list, send a message to 
> "cybergardens@treebranch.com" with the word HELP in the subject of 
> the e-mail.
> 
> If you have any questions about or problems with this mailing list, 
> please send e-mail to the list moderator dave lutz at 
> "dave.lutz@treebranch.com".
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> ----------------
> This list is operated by the Neighborhood Open Space Coalition and 
> Friends of Gateway. Visit http://www.treebranch.com on the web to 
> learn more about organizations sponsoring mailing lists and/or web 
> sites concerning the environment, open space, and related urban 
> issues in New York City.
> ===========================================

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