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Looking for an After School Program? Start Here.

Looking for an After School Program? Start Here.

If you're looking for an after school program for your child, start with this list of our community-based after school program grantees! Learn more

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Looking for an After School Program? Start Here.

DCYF funds after school programs for children ages 5-13 in every San Francisco neighborhood. If you're looking for an after school program for your child, start with this list of our community-based after school program grantees!

DCYF Justice Services Grantees: Q&A Posted for Intensive Supervision & Clinical Services RFP

DCYF, the SF Department of Public Health, and the SF Juvenile Probation Department have released an RFP for Intensive Supervision & Clinical Services. Please note: funding from this RFP is specifically and only available for DCYF grantees that are currently funded in the Justice Services strategy area. Applications are due by August 20.

DCYF and DPH Release RFQ for Black/African American Family Behavioral Health Services

DCYF and SFDPH have released a Request for Qualifications for African American Family Behavioral Health Services. Agencies identified through the RFQ will work with DCYF and DPH to expand access to effective, culturally responsive behavioral health treatment and supports for African American children, youth and families. Applications are due August 22.

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Youth Leadership Institute Recruiting Youth Ages 15-18 for the B.L.I.N.G. Youth Grantmaker Program

The B.L.I.N.G. team administers grants in their communities and works on youth-led projects in a year-long, paid internship. Applications are due by August 18.

SF Youth Empowerment Fund Offering Mini-Grants for Youth-Led Projects

San Francisco youth under age 18 are invited to apply for the SF Youth Empowerment Fund's Fall Mini-Grant Cycle. Grants up to $10k are available for youth-led projects that take place in San Francisco for San Franciscans. Applications are due by September 7.

Register for the 4th Annual Power Youth Movement Conference

On August 25 CHALK SF and Bay Area Community Resources will host the 4th Annual Youth Power Movement Conference at Leadership High School. This year the conference will honor young people who have bounced back from oppression, trauma, and violence. The conference is free to attend, but registration is required.

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