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Toyota Family Learning: Request for Proposals (RFP)

Type: Foundations
Source: National Center For Family Literacy (NCFL)
Program: Toyota Family Learning: Request for Proposals (RFP)
Eligibility: Eligible applicants include schools (traditional public and charter), community based organizations, libraries and other organizations providing services to families. For-profit organizations and individuals are not eligible.

Applicant organizations must:
• Currently provide family-focused educational services for parents, grandparents and/or legal guardians and their children ranging in age from 4-18. Educational services for Toyota Family Learning are defined as serving the academic/educational needs of parents and children together in one setting, using an intergenerational approach.
Services may include traditional four-component family literacy programs or variations of intergenerational educational services.
• Serve a high percentage of minority populations and/or low income families in two or three separate sites.
• Agree to adhere to all expectations for Toyota Family Learning, including but not limited to the graduation of a minimum of 75 families per grantee during the three-year grant period, defined as completing Toyota Family Learning requirements for family mentoring,
service learning and online activities
Purpose: The National Center For Family Literacy (NCFL) Is Accepting Applications For Its New Nationwide Initiative: Toyota Family Learning. Envisioned As Much More Than A Specific Program Or Model, Toyota Family Learning Will Become A Modern-day Movement For All Families To Learn Together, And A Harbinger For Families Mentoring Other Families To Learn And Achieve Together. Toyota Family Learning Also Will Be A Visible Partner In Environmental Stewardship, Financial Literacy, Volunteerism And Civic Engagement.
Deadline: 06-24-2013
Award Max: $175,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: 5 years.
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Any questions should be directed to toyotafamilylearning@famlit.org.
For additional background information on NCFL, please visit www.famlit.org and www.wonderopolis.org
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