Community Partnerships Mini-Grants

Investing $1.25 million to address community priorities.

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Our Work

Youth development is at the core of everything we do at the Trust. Through our grantmaking, capacity building, and coordination of youth programs and services, we strive to ensure that every D.C. youth develops the skills to grow into a healthy, caring and productive adult.

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For Youth Service Providers

Learn more about the Community Partnership Mini Grants Initiative that provides funding to support youth and families in some of our most under-resourced DC communities.

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News & Updates

A Message from the Board of Directors Apr 28, 2016

We as a board and staff have not wavered in our commitment. Our goal is to ensure that there is no disruption in programming for youth and families of this city.

DC Trust Announces FY16 Summer Strong DC Grant Competition Apr 27, 2016

This grant competition invites high-performing, non-profit youth development organizations in Washington, DC to addresses key developmental outcomes.

Lifting Up What Works: Brainfood Homegrown Apr 18, 2016

A youth-led food venture builds upon existing and continuing youth development work to ensure that participants have multiple pathways to success

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Research

Mental Health The Impact of Trauma on Learning and Behavior

Edutopia is a website that provides lesson plans, ideas and other resources for teachers and parents.

Education Ten Ways to Promote Educational Achievement and Attainment Beyond the Classroom (2010)

Edutopia is a website that provides lesson plans, ideas and other resources for teachers and parents.

Outside School Finding Fortune in Thirteen Out-of-School Time Programs: A Compendium of Education Programs and Practices (2003)

Edutopia is a website that provides lesson plans, ideas and other resources for teachers and parents.

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