Resources to help organizations locate child welfare funding through private corporations.
Analysis of the Fiscal Resources Supporting At-Risk Youth, Ages 13-24, in Hawaii (PDF - 398 KB)
The Finance Project & Hawaii Community Foundation (2012)
Identifies public and private funding sources available to support programs and services for at-risk Hawaiian youth ages 13-24 and evaluates Hawaii's effectiveness at using funding to sustain the 72 State-administered programs for at-risk youth in fiscal year 2011.
Better Lives for Children Lead to a Better Climate for Business (PDF - 120 KB)
Lists how child abuse prevention advances business needs and discusses how the business community can assist with prevention efforts. The paper includes questions and answers to help prevention programs effectively seek the support of local businesses.
Provides opportunities for nonprofits to connect with corporate giving programs so they can exchange ideas, collaborate, and take action on issues of common concern.
Presents articles on corporations involved in philanthropy for companies and organizations working in the nonprofit sector.
Foundation and Corporate Funding Advantage
Progressive Business Publications
Publishes a monthly newsletter on corporate and foundation funding. Cost: $240/year.
Offers information on corporate giving and links to other sources.
Mobilizing Business Champions for Smart Investments in Young Children (PDF - 168 KB)
Watson & Dugger (2010)
Discusses strategies for engaging the business community to commit resources to furthering the quality of early childhood education programs.
Moving Toward Hope: Paths to Keep Children Safe, Make Families Strong and Build Supportive Communities
Casey Family Programs (2013)
Highlights initiatives and the effectiveness of providing targeted and effective interventions as soon as children enter foster care, as well as the need for States and Tribes to be able to spend Federal child welfare funding on prevention services and more effective services to families to promote the safe reunification of children in foster care to keep children safe, make families strong, and build supportive communities.
The Potential for Public-Private Partnerships: Philanthropic Leaders Considering Housing as a Platform (PDF - 563 KB)
Riley & Kraft (2010)
Presents the results of interviews conducted to discern interest in two related topics: housing as the location for layering programs and services that can improve the quality of life for individuals and families; and public-private funding partnerships with the Federal Government.