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Appendix III: Local Funding Opportunities of Interest to Afterschool Programs FUNDER’S NAME Baptist Community Ministries

United Way of Greater New Orleans 2515 Canal St # 300 New Orleans, LA 70119 (504) 822-5540

City of New Orleans

FUNDING PRIORITIES Education; Health; Public Safety; Governmental Oversight BCM made a $1 million investment over a 5 year period in the Afterschool Partnership, and now directs afterschool inquiries to the AP. Education funding focuses on school-day and principal leadership activities. Goal Areas: Children and Families, Safety Net,

CONTACT INFORMATION Cathy Vaughn 504-593-2323 cvaughn@bcm.org

LOCAL GRANTEES/AMOUNTS Kingsley House Summer Program $123,008 St. Bernard Parish Summer Cybercamps $396,000

Todd Battiste ToddB@unitedwaynola.org

Phase VI Total funding was: $793,450 The following afterschool programs were funded: Boys & Girls Club $65,000 Catholic Charities $15,000 City Year $14,000 Dryades YMCA $63,750 Kingsley House $35,000 Raintree Children and Family Services $25,000 Urban League of GNO $20,000 Vietnamese Initiative in Economic Training $10,000 In Summer of 2007, United Way invested $207,500 in summer camps, and expects to invest $100,000 in summer camps in 2008. FY2007 CDBG Grantees: Child Care: Central City Economic Opportunity Corporation $121,764.00 Youth Enhancement Services: New Orleans Ballet Association $34,617.00 First Emanual Baptist Church $22,500.00

Julia McNabb New Orleans Partnership for Kids JuliaM@unitedwaynola.org

CDBG: The City of New Orleans receives approximately $15 million from the federal government each year. Recreation Department – City general revenue funds in the amount of $5.2 million have been approved in the FY08 City of New

CDBG: Adrianne Rochon Housing and Community Development Manager 1 Neighborhood 1, City of New Orleans 1340 Poydras Street, Suite 1000 New Orleans, LA 70112 (504) 658-4200

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Appendix III: Local Funding Opportunities of Interest to Afterschool Programs Orleans budget for the recreation department. Only $2.65 million is used for recreation, facilities, maintenance, afterschool and summer camps. Greater New Orleans Foundation

Recreation Department Larry Barabino, Director of NORD

Orlando Watkins Orlando@gnof.org

Catholic Charities $20,000.00 Youth Empowerment Project $20,000.00 Concerned Citizens for a Better Algiers $18,500.00 Advocates for Science & Math Education, Inc. Post Hurricane Katrina Relief Funding $30,000.00 Greater New Orleans Afterschool Partnership Funding for a competitive grants process for afterschool programs $50,527.92 Greater New Orleans Aftershool Partnership Afterschool and Community Enrichment Program $50,000.00 KidsmART Foundation-Arts Experience In Schools Program $50,527.92 New Orleans Outreach – Funding to bridge gap in DOE funding $50,000.00 Operation REACH, Inc. Gulfsouth Youth Action Fund. $40,000.00 Operation REACH, Inc. Summer Enrichment Program. $25,000.00 City Year Louisiana-Americorps Afterschool Programming $150,000.00

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