New funding opportunities are listed here as they become available.
Does your agency excel at engaging the community in programs focused on providing quality care for young children? Is your agency a trusted messenger that the community relies on for information and service? Does your agency have the capacity to reach African American, Latinx or South Asian or Southeast Asian populations with culturally and linguistically appropriate services? If your agency answered YES to the questions above, then First 5 San Joaquin and Raising Quality! invites you to respond to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for the Raising Quality! IMPACT 2020 Family, Friend and Neighbor (FFN) Initiative.
This initiative will focus on enhancing early care services provided by grandparents in underserved populations. First 5 San Joaquin acknowledges the important roles that grandparents play in a child’s life – caregiver, mentor and teacher. The Raising Quality! IMPACT 2020 FFN Initiative seeks to pair grandparents caring for children (ages 0 to 5) with a community-based organization to provide guidance, coaching and access to a variety of health and social services in order to enhance their caregiving skills and help ensure that the children in their care have a save and nurturing environment that allows them to thrive and grow.
African American Community RVSD 7.3.2020 RFQ
Hispanic/Latinx Community RVSD 7.3.2020 RFQ
South Asian/Southeast Asian CommunityRVSD 7.3.2020 RFQ
Frequently Asked Questions RVSD 7.3.2020
Informational Session 7.7.2020
Date Released: June 22, 2020
Letter of Intent Due: July 10, 2020
The San Joaquin Treatment & Education for Everyone on Teeth & Health (SJ TEETH) program is pleased to announce a stipend opportunity for medical providers for the completion of selected Smiles for Life modules to promote collaboration and referrals between medical and dental professionals and increase knowledge of oral health. As medical professionals, you can have a major impact on the health of individuals and communities through collaborative practices that ensure the integration of oral health and primary care.To qualify, medical professionals must serve children up to age 20 in San Joaquin County. A $50.00 stipend per module is available to medical providers for the completion of up to five selected Smiles for Life modules.
Applicaton Deadline: Being accepted on a rolling basis
For more information: Application and Instructions
Do you find joy in others, being creative, and love doing something new every day? If so, the field of Early Care and Education is for you! Being a professional working in the Early Care and Education field is about more than just helping children learn shapes and colors. It is about helping young children feel good about learning and encouraging them to explore and develop. You will experience moments of excitement, pride, happiness and glee as you guide and witness the development of young brains and bodies! The “Ah Ha” moments happen daily! Stockton Scholars and First 5 San Joaquin are partnering to offer scholarships to new students or those changing fields of study to Early Care and Education! Get more information on Early Care and Education Scholarship.