Foundation / Corporation
First 5 Yolo
06/30/20 - Submit your application at least 3 weeks prior to the anticipated event or activity date.
Sponsorships of up to $250 to Yolo County, California organizations for local activities, trainings, and events to promote the welfare of children and families. Requests must align with the funding source’s mission to help communities raise children who are healthy and able to learn.
Sponsorship requests will be considered toward support of the following types of activities that are offered in Yolo County:
-Community Events: Gatherings or events that involve children 0‐5 and their families and/or community members in support of children and families. Events must be open to the public and provide a safe environment of learning, developmentally appropriate play and connection, or other public awareness activities connected to young children and families.
-Professional Development/Trainings: Opportunities to enhance the abilities and skill sets of those who work with or for children 0‐5 and their families, including, but not limited to, early childhood educators, other professionals and caregivers
-Family Education Events: Opportunities for families of children 0‐5 to improve their parenting skills. For example, workshops on a variety of topics related to early childhood such as those pertaining to physical health, education, and social/emotional development.
-Fundraising Events: Efforts to raise funds for a non‐profit agency or program providing services/programs benefitting children 0‐5 and their families in Yolo County.
Sponsorship review decisions will be based on 1) connection to First 5 Yolo County Mission and Priority Areas, 2) availability of funds, 3) impact or unique quality of event, and 4) distribution of sponsorships to a variety of organizations/groups.
GrantWatch ID#: 136974
Up to $250
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
USA: California: Yolo County
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