|Grant ID||Grantee||Grant Title||Date||Grant Amount|
|EUC||Institute for Community Change: Includes nine projects listed below||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||February 1995 to January 2006||60,750,454|
|036933||New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service||Evaluation of the Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||September 2001 to August 2006||7,498,800|
|050050||East Bay Community Foundation||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||March 2004 to February 2006||300,000|
|051717||Mayor's Time||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||August 2004 to December 2006||1,809,079|
|052979||Burness Communications, Inc.||Communications support and direction for the Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||July 2005 to June 2006||300,000|
|055681||East Bay Community Foundation||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||January 2006 to December 2006||899,773|
|055684||Philadelphia Safe and Sound||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||January 2006 to December 2006||950,000|
|055686||Safe and Sound: Baltimore's Campaign for Children and Youth Inc.||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||January 2006 to December 2006||825,000|
|056636||The Greater Richmond Chamber Foundation||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||May 2006 to April 2007||400,000|
|055685||Mayor's Time||Urban Health Initiative: Working to Ensure the Health and Safety of Children||January 2007 to December 2007||825,000|
|YDS||The After School Project Includes three projects listed below||After School: Connecting Children at Risk With Responsible Adults to Help Reduce Youth Substance Abuse and Other Health-Compromising Behaviors||February 1999 to December 2005||16,887,228|
|034763||Team Up for Youth||Community initiative to increase participation in youth sports||December 1999 to May 2004||4,999,583|
|040742||Conwal Division, Axiom Resource Management, Inc.||Evaluation of the After School initiative||August 2001 to July 2006||837,038|
|055436||Boston After School & Beyond, Inc.||Improving after school programs for children living in Boston||September 2005 to June 2007||1,792,718|
|Projects Outside of National Programs|
|037161||Girls Incorporated||Evaluating a program to prevent teenage pregnancy and promote youth development||July 2000 to June 2007||500,000|
|039367||Civic Ventures||Expanding the Experience Corps senior volunteer program||December 2001 to June 2006||6,818,161|
|044332||Public Private Ventures||Study of the expansion of the Experience Corps senior volunteer program||November 2002 to April 2006||749,995|
|048855||Cascade AIDS Project Inc.||Establishing comprehensive services for children and youth whose parent or primary caretaker is HIV-positive||July 2003 to June 2007||450,000|
|048872||United Teen Equality Center||Increasing access to primary health care and mental health services by Asian youth||July 2003 to June 2007||460,000|
|051434||National Nursing Center Consortium Inc.||Promoting health and self-esteem through a running program for middle and high school students||July 2004 to June 2008||495,203|
|051441||Brookline Community Mental Health Center Inc.||Preventing relapse, school failure, and out-of-home placement among high-risk adolescents||July 2004 to June 2008||300,000|
|051442||Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Foundation Inc.||School- and community-based efforts to combat childhood obesity through wellness education and physical activity||July 2004 to June 2007||500,000|
|051422||Youth ALIVE||Providing case management and mentoring for low-income youth hospitalized with violence-related injuries||October 2004 to September 2008||500,000|
|053149||Students Run America||Developing a business plan for the replication of the Students Run L.A.a school-based running program||July 2005 to June 2006||129,000|
|053601||National Indian Youth Leadership Development Project Inc.||Developing a culturally appropriate model of care and prevention for Native American youth with substance abuse and mental health problems||July 2009 to July 2011||250,000|
|049790||Freedom Foundation of New Jersey Inc.||Health risk prevention program for inner-city high school girls||October 2008 to October 2009||47,500|
|052680||Freedom Foundation of New Jersey Inc.||Newark Best Friends Diamond Girls Leadership Program for high school students||January 2010 to January 2011||47,500|
|055313||Baystate Medical Center Inc.||Developing a sustainable program to bring community services to incarcerated Puerto Rican immigrants and their families||December 2009 to June 2012||250,000|
|057137||United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants Inc.||Comprehensive model of social services and legal assistance to meet the physical and mental health needs of unaccompanied immigrant children||September 2010 to September 2012||410,570|
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