Webinar: How Emerging Funding Strategies Can Help Tribal Nations Support Child and Youth Programs
November 2 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm CDT
Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. EDT
Please join Children’s Funding Project and the National Indian Child Care Association for the third, and final, webinar in a series about strategic public financing for tribal nations. The third webinar, “How Emerging Funding Strategies Can Help Tribal Nations Support Child and Youth Programs,” will provide
- ideas for creative funding sources to support programs and services for children and youth and
- examples of creative funding strategies in action.
This webinar will demonstrate ways to expand opportunities for children through new and innovative sources of public funding. In our first two webinars we discussed how tribes can identify and align their existing funding. This webinar will explore current successful practices that can generate new funding for children and youth.
Knowing that most programs and services for kids are underfunded, communities across the country are looking for strategic—and creative—new sources of funding. Federal grants come and go, and their heavy reporting requirements and restrictions can inhibit access to funding and implementation of new programs. By exploring innovative funding sources, tribes can be at the forefront of improving the quality and availability of services for children, leading to better outcomes for Native kids.