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Children's Institute, Inc. - Evidence Base

Children's Institute, Inc.'s Integrated Service Model provides coordinated, evidence-based prevention, intervention and treatment services to children and families. Its evidence-based programs include multi-dimensional treatment foster care, functional family therapy, and trauma-focused...

The SEED Foundation

The SEED Foundation opens and supports public boarding schools that help underserved students who need more than a traditional educational setting overcome obstacles and succeed in school, college and life. The SEED Foundation (SEED) integrates a rigorous college-prep academic program and...

HealthySteps - Evidence Base

HealthySteps has significantly positive outcomes for children, their families, and the physicians and practices that serve them. That was the conclusion, published in 2003, of a National Evaluation of HealthySteps conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health...

Interview with Nancy Roob & Stan Druckenmiller

The following column, "Blue Meridian Partners: A Collaborative Form of “Big Bet” Philanthropy Aims to Give $1B to Youth Programs," was originally published in the Nonprofit Quarterly . Blue Meridian Partners is a relatively massive endeavor. Why do you feel it is so important to get...

Michael Bailin's Essays

Michael Bailin, who served as President from 1996 to 2005, wrote several essays about the Foundation’s transformation and trends in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors: Great Expectations Versus Getting the Job Done (2004) argued that "even though philanthropy is capable of...

Power of Partnership

Aggregated growth capital investments offer many advantages to co-investors and grantees that help them serve more youth more effectively. For co-investors, the benefits include: Leveraging the impact on disadvantaged youth of one’s own investment by adding other funders’...

Tracking Performance

EMCF and Blue Meridian Partners measure the progress of grantees toward their growth and evaluation goals to ensure they are making an impact on the lives of vulnerable youth. Although our grants are generally unrestricted, we and the recipient set annual and end-of-investment milestones...

Strategic Counsel

EMCF and Blue Meridian Partners augment growth capital by providing every grantee with a highly engaged strategic adviser and access to outside expertise and other resources as necessary. A portfolio manager with extensive experience in organizational management and youth development works...

True North Fund Grantees

The True North Fund portfolio was a blend of 12 local, state and national nonprofits spanning the 9-to-24 age range and three of EMCF's outcome areas: education, employment, and reduction of risky behaviors. These investments delivered effective programming to significantly greater numbers...

True North Fund

EMCF launched a new fund in 2011 to aggregate private growth capital and help programs supported by the Foundation and the federal Social Innovation Fund expand to serve more low-income youth. The name we gave this fund—the True North Fund—reflected the inspiration and...

Our Next Chapter

December 13, 2016 Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are writing to share exciting news. With a deep desire to improve the lives of many more disadvantaged children and youth, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation's trustees have decided to "sunset" the Foundation and spend all of its...

Results

The investment approach EMCF has developed over a decade and a half has benefited tens of thousands of young people and dozens of nonprofits that help them. More youth served In 2015, 21 EMCF grantees reached more than 192,000 young people in 49 states, Washington DC, Puerto Rico...

About Us

For more than four decades, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation has sought to uphold the values that inspired the Clark family to create it. Learn About Our Investment Strategies Blue Meridian Partners Youth...

Children's Home Society of North Carolina - Plans for Growth

Plans for Growth Children’s Home Society of North Carolina plans to increase the total number of youth it serves from 9,200 in 2016 to 10,600 in 2019. It will concentrate on its permanency programs, securing contracts with at least 20 certified partners for Wise Guys and developing the...

Wendy's Wonderful Kids - Plans for Growth

PLANS FOR GROWTH Building on its success in expanding the Wendy’s Wonderful Kids program in Ohio and elsewhere, the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption (DTFA) is embarking on a 12-year Scaling Plan that aims to significantly increase adoptions nationwide and change the way our foster...

Youth Villages - Plans for Growth

Plans for Growth Youth Villages is implementing the first phase of its 2016-2026 plan to scale YVLifeSet, its program that helps youth aging out of foster care and other forms of state custody transition successfully to living independently. During the first four years of its plan,...

Nurse-Family Partnership - Plans for Growth

Plans for Growth Nurse-Family Partnership® is implementing a seven-year Scaling Plan. Today, NFP serves more than 50,000 families each year. Its plan calls for serving more than 60,000 families annually by the end of 2019 and 100,000 families annually by the end of 2023. NFP will...

WINGS for kids - Plans for Growth

Plans for Growth Support from the Social Innovation Fund and True North Fund helped WINGS expand in South Carolina, including rural sites, Georgia and North Carolina, and launch four pilot sites in California. Its recently completed strategic plan calls for increasing the number of...

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