Working to ensure a safe tomorrow for the children of Pennsylvania.

PA CTF investments focus their program on primary and/or secondary child abuse and neglect prevention.  Primary and secondary prevention services are those that prevent the first occurrence of child abuse and neglect and are geared to either the general public or to families who are considered at-risk of abuse and neglect. 

Tertiary prevention services are those that are intervention-based or treatment services where abuse has already occurred.  These are not eligible for funding through the Pennsylvania Children’s Trust Fund.

Organizations may request up to $150,000 over a three year period - $50,000 each year to enhance abuse and neglect prevention work in their communities using the Strengthening Families Protective Factors framework developed by the Center for the Study of Social Policy.  All organizations must provide a 25% local match in the first grant year and a 50% local match in the second and third years.  Match may not be from state or federal sources.  Half of the total match must be cash.  The balance may be either cash or in-kind. 

The PA CTF fiscal year runs from November 1 through October 31. 

 

Current CTF Grantees

 

Round 23: November 1, 2013 - October 31, 2016

 

1.   Cambria County – Beginnings, Inc., $120,000

2.   Philadelphia County – Catholic Social Services, $120,000

3.   Clearfield County – Children’s Aid Society in Clearfield, $120,000

4.   Columbia County – Columbia County Family Center, $117,677

5.   Allegheny County – Every Child, Inc., $111,771

6.   Bucks County – Family Services Association of Bucks County, $120,000

7.   Allegheny County – Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, $120,000

8.   Fulton County – Fulton County Partnership, Inc., $120,000

9.   Philadelphia County – Institute for Safe Families, Inc., $120,000

10. Carbon County – Jim Thorpe Area School District, $120,000

11. Erie County – Union City Family Support Center, $120,000

12. Allegheny County – Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, $120,000

13. York County – Young Women’s Christian Association of York, $71,639

 

Round 22: November 1, 2012, through October 31, 2015

 

1.  Butler County – Family Pathways, $120,000

2.  Delaware County – PA Pathways, $120,000

3.  Indiana/Armstrong County – ARIN Intermediate Unit #28, $120,000

4.  Lancaster County – Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit, $120,000

5.  Montgomery County – Pottstown Family Center, $120,000

6.  Philadelphia County – Einstein Healthcare Network, $119,999

7.  Snyder/Union County -- Union-Snyder Community Action Agency, $120,000

8.  Somerset County – Community Action for Somerset County Partnership, $120,000

9.  Washington/Greene County – Community Action Southwest, $120,000

 

 Past CTF Grantees

Round 21: November 1, 2011 - October 31, 2014

/Assets/Round 21 CTF grantee program summaries.pdf

 

Round 20: November 1, 2010 - October 31, 2013

/Assets/Round 20 CTF grantee program summaries.pdf

 

Round 19: November 1, 2008 - October 31, 2011

/Assets/Round 19 CTF grantee program summaries.pdf

 

Round 18: November 1, 2007 - October 31, 2010

/Assets/Round 18 CTF grantee program summaries.pdf 

 

List of Additional Past CTF Grantees

 

 
For all PA CTF grantees from 1990-2006, click here.