The Community Collaboration Challenge, supported by the New York Life Foundation, is open to communities of all sizes across the United States and its territories. This is not a federal grant or a grant from a government entity, and no federal funding is used for this program. The Challenge is a scholarship program created by the NPSS Support Center, based at the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University, with the generous support of the New York Life Foundation. If the grant is awarded to a state or local government agency, the NPSS Hub team will ensure that the fund flow is in line with local rules and regulations.
Recipients will have access to technical assistance from the NPSS Hub, such as tools, guidance, access to networks, support to identify local providers of high-quality student support, and connections to other communities. The NPSS Hub will organize two mandatory calls for all beneficiaries and offer optional collaboration calls during the grant period. Winners will receive a set of tools to support the design and execution of their catalytic event. The application for the Community Collaboration Challenge is open until March 3rd, and prizes will be announced at the end of March. This program is the first of its kind launched by the NPSS Hub, and feedback from beneficiaries will be collected. The Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University has developed and maintained this website for the National Alliance for Student Success.
Friends of Virgin Islands National Park is a 501(c)(non-profit) organization and contributions are tax-deductible. TNC is restoring and renovating Estate Little Princess, which was severely damaged, to ensure that it remains a source of education and inspiration for inhabitants of the Virgin Islands and visitors from around the world. Friends of Virgin Islands National Park was founded in 1988 as the park's official philanthropic partner. Recipients should plan and hold connecting events in late spring or summer before the new school year. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) will host a webinar to help non-profit and community organizations better understand the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and how it can help support their community economic development and economic inclusion work in the United States Virgin Islands. Estate Little Princess is a unique property with a rich history and exquisite natural beauty that makes it well worth a visit for anyone interested in history and culture.
Annaberg was once the largest plantation on the island. We will contact you within one week if your organization will be included in this year's program.