Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families Foundation
The Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families Foundation was created to support the work and priorities of the Arlington Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families, thereby helping to improve the well-being of Arlington's children, youth, and families. It is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. The Foundation provides financial support to and often serves as the fiscal agent for organizations or individuals whose requests are consistent with the purpose of the Foundation. Both current and former Partnership members serve on the Foundation Board of Directors.
Current and recent activities supported by the Foundation include: enrichment activities at Carlin Springs Community School, the Elder-Mentor Program at Gunston Middle School, Let’s Talk about Race, the Youth Point in Time count, Arlington’s Healthy Communities Action Team (HCAT), and the Arlington County Police Department STEP program for high school students. The Foundation also owns Second Chance, an education program for Arlington middle and high school students who are found by school staff and/or the police under the influence of drugs, alcohol, and other illegal substances.
For information about donating to the Foundation, applying for funding for a project or activity that supports the work of the Partnership, or to request the Foundation to serve as the fiscal agent for a project or activity that supports the work of the Partnership, please email: email@example.com.