Duke Endowment Child and Family Well-Being Grants
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The Duke Endowment
Child and Family Well-Being Grants provide funding for
programs that offer opportunities for vulnerable children
in North Carolina and South Carolina. Funding is focused
on advancing evidence-based, nationally recognized
practices that promote child well-being in the areas of
prevention, early intervention, and out-of-home care.
Grants are made in 3 funding categories:
- Implementation support for evidence-based programs
- Advocating for system improvements
- Advancing innovation
Past projects have included funding for:
- Early intervention services
- Supportive services
- Domestic violence shelters and programs
- Children's homes wellness programs
- Child abuse prevention and supportive services
- After-school programs
- Nurse-family partnership home visiting programs
- Evaluation of child-related programs
Accredited organizations and nonprofits in North Carolina and South
Carolina are eligible to apply.
North Carolina and South Carolina
Amount of funding
Awards vary based on the size and scope of projects.
Applicants must submit an
online pre-application through the
program website. Selected applicants will be invited
to submit a full proposal.
The online application opens approximately 6 weeks before
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