Nonprofit Organization Increases Funding Sources to Offer More Positive After-School Activities

Development and implementation of strategies to create sustainable funding for out-of-school programs

Starting in April 2000, the After-School Corporation (TASC), a nonprofit organization in New York City that works to make quality after-school programs universally available, identified existing funding sources and worked with public and private officials to develop new funding resources, both for itself and for other after-school programs nationwide.

Key Results

  • TASC developed a series of public financing scenarios for its own work in New York City and raised funds for its work.
  • Based on its own experience, TASC developed the intermediary organization model that other jurisdictions can follow to support after-school programs in their areas.

Funding

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) supported this project with a grant of $293,044 from April 2000 to March 2003.

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