National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
A Resource Guide for Planning and Operating Afterschool Programs

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This resource addresses the topic: Management.

Investing in the Sustainability of Youth Programs: An Assessment Tool for Funders (New)
Barbara Hanson Langford
Private funding sources have become important sources of support for innovative youth programs. Most private funding initiatives, however, are focused on start-up or expansion with a short timeframe—3 years being the most common. This brief with its accompanying assessment tool is intended to help foundation leaders address the challenges of sustainability. It provides a framework for thinking about sustainability, an assessment tool funders can use to support sustainability in their grantmaking, and guidance on how to use and adapt the tool for particular purposes. (18 pages)
© 2007
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