To support the production of An American Daughter
Grants Made in 2002
Performing Arts and Arts Education $119,000
To provide general operating support for this Ward 7 community-based theater.
To support general operating support for productions.
To support the production of The Play About the Baby.
To provide general support of operations.
To support the family programming and masters classes.
Employment and Training Programs $372,500
To support adult education, GED, and EDP preparation classes for low-income DC residents.
Cap-stone grant to support boat building and life skills training for at-risk DC youth.
To support pilot building trades program for ex-offenders and hard-to-employ DC residents.
To support bookkeeping and accounting training for at-risk DC youth, especially foster care youth.
To support the computer-assisted drawing (CAD) and the building trades programs for immigrant and refugee DC high school students.
To support free job physicals for DC residents who have no other access to health care.
To support beginning to advanced computer training for homeless and low-income DC residents.
To support the Center’s Child Development Associate training program for low-income and immigrant DC adults.
To support intermediate English-as-a-Second Language classes for DC adult immigrants.
To support legal services to obtain residency and work permits for Latin American immigrants in DC.
To provide support for Building Blocks for Better Baby Care, a child care training program for in-home service providers in DC.
Second payment on a four-year challenge grant for social service and job training programs ($25,000) and $5,000 to support job readiness and skill training for DC residents.
To provide general support for the food service training program for homeless and low-income DC residents.
To support food service training for homeless women in the District of Columbia.
To provide home repairs for low-income DC seniors in conjunction with Youthbuild and ARCH.
To provide support for automotive repair training program for DC at-risk youth.
To provide support for literacy and job readiness/skills training to low-income and homeless adults in DC.
To help provide stipends for low-income AmeriCorps parents serving as after school tutors, summer program instructors, and parent liaisons in DC.
To support on-the-job training in building trades for low-income DC residents.
To support literacy, life skills and job placement assistance for adult learners.
To support job readiness, placement, and Move Up programs for low-income and unemployed DC residents.
To provide assistance for employment training and support for DC neighborhood residents.
To support job readiness and placement programs for handicapped DC adults.
To support one-on-one tutoring program for DC adult learners.
To support literacy and GED preparation classes for DC adults.
To provide transportation costs to job interviews, meetings, and educational programs for formerly homeless District of Columbia women living in a transitional setting.
To provide general support for training and GED programs for low-income DC residents.
To provide general operating support for education and training for homeless women in DC.
To support employment training for families in transitional housing in DC.
To support job readiness and placement for individuals in recovery residing in transitional housing in DC.
To support the Next Step job readiness and employment program fro DC residents.
To provide support for a resource fund for formerly homeless men in transitional housing in DC.
To support GED preparation, job readiness, and assisted placement programs for Ward 8 residents.
To support job readiness, placement, and follow-up for the difficult-to-employ in DC.
To support employment services for formerly homeless families residing in transitional housing in DC.
To support the start-up of a low-cost car program for low-income and newly employed DC residents.
To support metro-wide coordination of job vacancies for employers and employee providers/trainers.
Institutional Support $1,000
General support for this DC-based community resource for information on foundations, grant writing and funding.
Other Grants $20,000
Web site expansion and update.
Economic and Poverty Research $25,000
To support micro loans for new or expanding small businesses in DC.
To support the Capitol Area Policy Forum and monthly issues newsletter.