The Victoria S. And Bradley L. Geist Foundation
The Foundationís mission is to support foster children, their caregivers, and transitioning foster youth. Preference is given to projects that will increase the capacity of the organization, the program, or the system in the community to deliver quality services to specific clientele. The majority of the clientele or project beneficiaries must be children in the foster custody of a Hawaii state government agency; children placed by a Hawaii state government agency in therapeutic foster placement or kinship, foster, respite, guardianship, permanent custody, or adoptive families; their caregivers; or current foster youth or young adults ages 16-24 who have aged out of the state child welfare or mental health system. Capacity building efforts may address: governance and leadership, strategic relationships, evaluation and impact, resource development, internal operations and management, program design, delivery, and evaluation, executive and key staff transitions, and staff training. Nonprofits in Hawaii are eligible to apply. The online application is available on the Web site of the Hawaii Community Foundation.
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