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New Grant Opportunities

2007 NC GCC Grant Funding Available

The following information is from NC OJJDP Listserv Sep/Oct 2006:

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2007 Governor's Crime Commission Federal Grant Funds

The Governor's Crime Commission is pleased to announce its 2007 competitive grant process. Grant funds will be awarded to nonprofits, and local and state government agencies to start new and innovative programs that will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the justice system, and enhance the quality of service to victims of crime in North Carolina. Pre-applications will be received in the three priority areas of: juvenile justice; criminal justice improvement; and crime victims' services. All 2007 pre-applications must be submitted via the Governor's Crime Commission's website on the internet. Signature pages for the 2007 pre-applications must be received in the Governor's Crime Commission office by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday January, 31, 2007. For more information, go to the GCC link from the NC Department of Crime Control and Public Safety website:

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Planning and Evaluation Resource Center

The Planning and Evaluation Resource Center (PERC) web site is an online tutorial and clearinghouse of evaluation and planning tools created in partnership with the Applied Developmental Science Institute at Tufts University. Designed to be a comprehensive tool, this website offers a wide variety of resources for all steps of the evaluation cycle. View the web site.

National Youth Development Information Center

The National Youth Development Information Center has a variety of valuable information relating to funding opportunities for youth development programs including: listing of national foundations, community and/or family foundations and federally supported youth programs. They have also compiled a list of corporations who have a history of supporting local youth development programs. This NYDIC website ( ) contains links to these corporations' web sites.

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