Toyota Family Learning RFP: Initial applications now being accepted through June 11Posted on 05/28/2015
National Center for Families Learning, (NCFL), is again seeking innovative schools, libraries, and community organizations to join the Toyota Family Learning movement.
Toyota Family Learning was created to address educational needs and provide opportunities for low-income and ethnically diverse families to roll up their sleeves and build stronger communities.
This three-year, $175,000 grant will fund family learning programs that feature service learning and family mentoring. Five selected organizations will also receive a wide range of NCFL training, communication and technical support, learning items and materials.
Similar to last year, organizations can fill out an initial brief application (less than 5 pages). From that pool of initial applications, we will invite specific applicants to fill out the full application.
Programs chosen to join this ground-breaking initiative will engage families in learning activities that help them reach their full potential and serve their communities at the same time. Visit http://www.toyotafamilylearning.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Source: NCFL newsletter, Line on Families Learning , May 2015.
Information about Toyota Family Learning Initiative may also be accessed through the Educational Grants area of the OTAN Web site (logon required).