Since 21st CCLC funding is for a limited period, the following resources are available to help you leverage additional funds in order to sustain your afterschool program. Collaboration with community agencies is also strongly encouraged. The Pennsylvania Department of Education does not endorse any of the following resources, but is pleased to make them available for your consideration.
4-H Afterschool supports 4-H and other youth-serving organizations create and improve afterschool programs in urban, suburban and rural communities.
The Foundation is an independent corporation supporting national and local neighborhood revitalization and education focused programs.
AT&T Aspire supports education, community development, the arts, health and human services, and technology access in communities.
Ben & Jerry’s Foundation
The Foundation supports progressive social change by addressing the underlying conditions of societal and environmental problems.
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
The Foundation supports civil society, environment and pathways out of poverty.
The Foundation supports building knowledge and strengthening organizations and networks.
The Center helps you discover the funders most likely to support your organization.
Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation
The Foundation supports organizations that specialize in working with children of need in the areas of health, education and inner city services.
Good360 is a 501(c)(3) organization linking donor resources to enhance, empower and restore communities and people in need.
Grants.gov is a central storehouse for information on over 1,000 grant programs and access to approximately $500 billion in annual awards.
The Hearst Foundations supports organizations providing opportunities to underserved and underrepresented populations.
National Gardening Association supports organizations that actively engage kids in gardening and improve the quality of life for their communities.
MATTEL Children’s Foundation
The Foundation supports organizations with signature partnerships, international and domestic grants.
New York Life Foundation
The Foundation provides funds to programs that help students in out-of-school time, to become ready for higher education and professional lives, and to those who care for children who have lost a parent.
The Foundation supports programs that promote youth and physical activity.
Open Society Foundations
The Foundation focuses on civil liberties in the United States as well as other domestic and international policy issues including globalization, criminal justice reform, human rights and women’s rights.
The Foundation focuses on improving young peoples’ lives by supporting literacy programs for children and families.
The Lisa Libraries
The Lisa Libraries donates new children’s books and small libraries to organizations that work with kids in poor and underserved areas.
Tiger Woods Foundation
The Foundation focuses on providing opportunities to underserved youth, ages 5-17.
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
The Department offers approximately 300 grant programs.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The Foundation supports the practical application of knowledge and resources to improve the quality of life of the disadvantaged and that of future generations.
William T. Grant Foundation
The Foundation focuses on improving the lives of youth, ages 8-25.
Youth.gov is a one-stop informational website for federal funding resources. The Funding Information Center tab provides directions on how to register to receive grant information and where to go to find resources for families.