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Proposition 10

On November 1998, California voters passed the California Children and Families Act of 1998. The act levies a tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products with the intent to provide funding for early childhood development programs, in addition to establishing a State Commission and local County Commissions for this purpose. 

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Community Development Mini-Grants

BabywHat2Funding Opportunity Now Open: The Imperial County Children and Families First Commission currently has a mini-grant funding opportMGStep1unity available for organizations interested in applying for projects that propose to offer meaningful services to children 0-5 years of age and their families over the course of one year for fiscal year 2018-2019. Applicants may be awarded up to $25,000 by the Commission.

For more information please download a Community Development Mini-Grant application and/or Statement of Interest To Apply - just click on the following links:

Community Development Mini-grant Guidelines 2018-2019

Statement of Interest To Apply Form (Deadline: March 12, 2018)

 

A listing of agencies awarded through the Commission's Community Development Mini-Grant Application process for FY 2017-2018 are listed as follows:

 
Organization
Award
  The Burn Institute
$10,000
  Let's Stay Safe From Fires and Burns Puppet Shows
   
  City of Imperial Public Library
$3,300
  Kiddie-Con
   
  Imperial County Child Abuse Prevention Council
$24,030
  Little Steps
   
  Imperial County Free Library
$17,391
  POP 2.0
   
  Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program
$24,998
  Project CARE
   
   

For a summary of mini-grant awards click on the following link

Mini-Grants Awarded during Fiscal Year 2017-2018

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Mini-Grant Application FY18-19 Available

 

 

 

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