Don’t let money stop you: Get funding for your program

Want to start a STEM program for your kindergarten class or host a financial literacy night for teens and parents in your community? If your school, community organization or house of workshop can use some extra funding to support extracurricular programming, then you should definitely check out this resource.

As a youth development practitioner, I’m always reading to keep my skill set current and relevant. Youth Today is my go-to publication for everything related to adolescents. The bi-monthly independent newspaper has a special section full of current grants.

If you need money and resources for your project, having this resource is a must.

Check out these available grants:

Empowered Flower Girl celebrates 6 years of Service

EFG Impact
In 2010, Empowered Flower Girl was launched on a dream and with help from family and friends.
We hosted our first Chica Chat workshop at the University of Michigan in 2011 after being featured in Cosmopolitan magazine.
Since then, we’ve grown to reach approximately 1,300 students, parents and educators with our workshops and programs.
Thanks to all of our friends, fans and supporters for helping us in our mission to transform the way young people relate to one another. We look forward to growing our reach and impact over the next six years and beyond.

It’s our anniversary and to celebrate, we’re hosting a contest starting July 20, 2016.

In anticipation of our forthcoming book, “Be EmPOWERed: How to Live Above & Beyond Life’s Drama,” we’d like to hear from you.
In 50 words or less, tell us what it means to live powerfully.
One entry will be selected and featured in an upcoming edition of the “Be EmPOWERed” newsletter and will receive a signed copy of the book once it’s published. The contest is open to anyone in the U.S. ages 13 and older.
Check our social media channels next week for more information.