The team applied for Clinical Scholars, a program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), and was awarded $525,000 over 3 years to identify, implement, and confirm how engagement and intervention in the lives of foster youth can improve real-life, long-term quality of life outcomes for them. Additional funding was secured by various organizations including Foster Care Month Celebration and Fundraiser and Microsoft Hackathon “Best Pitch "grant recipient"
Join Our Mailing List
Subscribe now to stay informed of our latest news and updates.
We exist to provide foster youth, some of the most vulnerable members of our society, the opportunity to imagine the possibilities, see a future filled with purpose, and live with intention.