SUCCESSFUL GRANTS

Successful Grants Prepared and Submitted

by CJH (1999 – 2017)

v   Competitive Abstinence Education Grant Program (ESSENTIALS) $417,225 over 24 months. [2015-2017]

v  Competitive Abstinence Education Grant Program (Abstinence Models for Rural Communities) $649,342 over 24 months. [2012-2014]

v  Community–Based Abstinence Education Program (Youth AWAKE) - $512,000 annually x 5 years. [2008-2013]

v  Upward Bound Program (PRAISE) - $337,880 annually x 4 years. [2007-2011]

v  Community–Based Abstinence Education Program (ASPIRE) - $600,000 annually x 5 years [2007-2012]

v  Mentoring Program (MATCH) - $347,538 x 3 years. [2007 – 2010]

v  Healthy Marriage Demonstration Program (Healthy Marriage MATTERS) - $550,000 annually x 5 years. [2006-2011]

v  Upward Bound Expansion - $85,000 annually x 3 years. [2003]

v  Upward Bound Program (PRAISE) - $379,496 annually x 4 years. [2003]

v  Compassion Capital Fund Demonstration Program (Compassion Capital North Carolina) - $1.1 million annually x 3 years. [2002-2005]

v  Adolescent Family Life Demonstration Program (CLIPPERS) -$250,000 annually x 5 years. [2002]

v  School Drop Out Prevention (DO DROP IN) - $400,000 annually x 3 years.  [2002]

v  Technology Opportunity Program - (Cutting Edge) - $260,000 annually x 3 years. [2001]

v  Parent Assistance Center (NE POINTS) - $700,000 for one (1) year. [2001]

v  **Community Parent Resource Center (UPTIDES) - $100,000 x 3 years. [2001]

v  City of Raleigh, Human Services Agency Funding (HOPWA) - $59,360 for one year. [2001]

v  Drug-Free Communities Support Program (Systems FREE) $100,000 annually x 3 years. [2002]

v  Effective Alternative Strategies (RECASST) - $1 million annually x 3 years. [2000]

v  21st Century Community Learning Center - $800,000 annually x 3 years. [1999]

v  Middle School Drug Prevention Safe Schools Coordinators - $270,000 annually x 3 years. [1999]

v  GEAR UP - $800,000 annually x 5 years. [1999]

v  Upward Bound Program (PRAISE) - $332,467 annually x 4 years. [1999]

 

grants administered by CJH Educational Grant Services, Inc.

 **selected but not funded due to client ineligibility

The U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, and Commerce (Washington, DC) are principle funding sources.

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