CJH Educational Grant Services, Inc.

Welcome to CJH

Company Services

  • Technical services and assistance for grant recipients:

– Implementation consultation and planning

– Review and assessment of proposal drafts

  • Federal proposal development workshops/seminars
  • Educational and Community-based grant implementation
  • Partnerships with community agencies, colleges/universities, charitable nonprofits, districts for educational and social services purposes
  •   2018 CJH Policies & Procedures Manual   

Current Grant 

         “Sexual Risk Avoidance Education” grant (2018-2021). CJH is currently administering a 3-year teen pregnancy prevention program for 850 at-risk youth annually in 12 NC counties.

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2018 SRAE Request for Proposals


Previous Grants

       “Competitive Abstinence Education” grant (2015-2017). CAE was a 2-year federal teen pregnancy prevention initiative, serving 1,000 at-risk youth in several NC counties. The local program was referred to as “ESSENTIALS” –  Engaging Schools and Social Entities to Network and Train in Abstinence and Leadership Services.  (USDHHS, FYSB).

        “Competitive Abstinence Education” grant (2012-2014). CJH administered the 2-year federal teen pregnancy prevention initiative, serving at-risk youth in several NC counties. The local program was referred to as “AMRC” – Abstinence Models for Rural Communities. (USDHHS, FYSB)

    “Healthy Marriage MATTERS” is the project name for a 5-year federal initiative (2006-2011) awarded to CJH through the USDHHS, Office of Family Assistance called Healthy Marriage Demonstration Program (CFDA #93.086).  The project mission is to reduce poverty in rural, impoverished areas of North Carolina through community marriage education programs and a media campaign targeting teenagers and their families.

     As an Intermediary in 2002-2006, CJH administered North Carolina’s Compassion Capital Fund Demonstration Program, (CCF) sponsored by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Community Services.  Funding for the “Compassion Capital North Carolina” Project was $1.1 million annually for three (3) years.  This project ended March 31, 2006.

CJH Company President Activities

1) Presented grant writing workshops for:

  • Senior Administrators and Faculty, Shaw University (Raleigh, NC), 2016
  • Faculty of the Education Department, St. Augustine’s College (Raleigh, NC)
  • Educators at Youngsville Elementary School (Youngsville, NC)
  • Childcare Providers at the Fourth (4th) Annual Early Childhood Conference ((Henderson, NC)
  • The North Carolina Fatherhood Conference, NC Practitioners
    Network for Fathers and Families (Winston Salem, NC)
  • Numerous public events and workshops

2) Attended summits on after-school programs to provide ideas
and participate as an invitee of the Governor’s Senior Education
Advisor (Fayetteville and Greensboro, NC)

3) Served as one of four education panelists featured with the State
Superintendent, Dr. Mike Ward at the annual Public School
Forum Conference (Wilmington, NC)

Company Mission History

     Since 1998, CJH has developed and submitted proposals for federal and state funding on behalf of non-profit agencies, CBOs/FBOs, and public academic institutions, including North and South Carolina public school systems.  Educational Grant Services by cjharris was established in March 1999 and later changed to its current name. The company has secured over $35,000,000 in federal revenue for the state through its grant-writing services.  CJH is dedicated to addressing the educational, social, human services, and economic needs of low-income families and children.

      The company does not seek start-up funds for commercial entities, nor scholarships, personal grants, or financial aid awards for individuals.


  • North Carolina Community Action Association, Inc.
  • North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

                                   Equal Opportunity Practices

     CJH does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, disability, sexual preference, age or national origin in service or hiring practices. The company offers continuous training opportunities to staff to assure equitable access and service.


     Standard consulting fee: $250 hourly. Services are offered on a sliding scale to charitable tax-exempt organizations. Pro bono services are available to unincorporated groups. CJH reserves the right to set and determine fees on an individual basis.