Promoting the optimal physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of children from prenatal to age five to influence health and well-being across the lifespan
Bread & Roses Community Fund
$100,000 (two-year grant) in support of the design and implementation of a parent- and caregiver-led grantmaking process to fund organizing, advocacy, and community action projects that foster early childhood health, development, and learning.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
$248,281 (three-year grant) in support of the implementation and evaluation of HealthySteps at CHOP Primary Care, Cobbs Creek and advocacy for reimbursement and payment reforms to resource integration of dyadic behavioral health services in pediatric primary care.
Education Law Center
$50,000 in support of legal services and advocacy to improve children’s access to early intervention services and full inclusion in early childhood education.
Legal Clinic for the Disabled
$90,000 (two-year grant) in support of Medical-Legal Partnership services at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children to promote the health, independence, and quality of life of patients and their families with a focus on children from birth to age five.
Oshun Family Center
$40,000 in support of racially concordant care for Black birthing families including trauma-informed therapy and support services for every stage of the birthing journey.
$50,000 in support of home visiting services for families with children from 16 months to four years old to stimulate parent-child interaction and develop children’s language, early literacy, and social-emotional skills.
University of Delaware Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-Up Lab
$230,150 in support of the final grant year of the Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-Up program in the Philadelphia Infant Toddler Early Intervention system to promote early childhood social-emotional development.