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Grant Allocations & Awards: FY2012

Fund Code: 530
After-School and Out-of-School Time Quality Enhancement Grant

Funds Allocated: $1,399,410 (State)
Funds Requested: $4,338,686
Purpose: The purpose of this state grant program is to provide students in grades K-12 with high quality after-school and out-of-school time (ASOST) programs and services. Through these grants, local entities across the Commonwealth will enhance comprehensive ASOST programming that supports the academic, physical, social, and emotional wellness of public and non-public school-age youth during the school year and the summer months.
Number of Proposals Received: 178
Number of Proposals Recommended: 60
Number of Proposals Not Recommended: 118
Result of Funding: This grant will support 60 public school districts, non-public schools, and community-based organizations along with their partners as they implement activities to improve the quality of after-school and out-of-school time programs during the school year and summer months for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12. Enhancements will be made in the following areas: comprehensive and balanced academic and non-academic programming; serving special populations (particularly, serving students with IEPs and English language learners in inclusive settings); partnerships; family involvement; and highly qualified staff. The activities proposed will benefit approximately 15,512 students across the Commonwealth. After-School and Out-of-School Time Quality Enhancement Grant awards range from $12,000 to $25,000.
African Community Education Program (Worcester)$25,000
Amesbury Academy Charter Public School25,000
The Arbors Kids, LLC (Chicopee)25,000
Artists For Humanity, Inc. (AFH, Boston)25,000
Berkshire Arts and Technology Charter Public School (Adams)25,000
Boston Children's Museum (Boston)15,000
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Inc. (BCNC)25,000
Boston Public Health Commission20,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Holyoke25,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Middlesex County (BGCMC, Somerville)18,000
Breakthrough Cambridge18,500
Cambridge Housing Authority - Resident Services25,000
City Mission Society of Boston25,000
CitySprouts (Cambridge)15,000
The City School (Boston)25,000
The Collaborative for Educational Services (Northampton)25,000
The Community Adolescent Resource and Education Center (The Care Center, Holyoke)25,000
Community Day Care of Lawrence, Inc.25,000
Community Teamwork, Inc.(Lowell)25,000
Danvers Public Schools (Holten-Richmond Middle School)22,000
DotWell (Boston)25,000
Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (Boston)12,000
East End House, Inc. (Cambridge)25,000
Elizabeth Peabody House (Somerville)25,000
Ellis Memorial (Boston)25,000
Everett Public Schools25,000
Family Health Center of Worcester, Inc.24,999
For Kids Only Afterschool (FKO, Peabody)25,000
Friendly House (Worcester)25,000
Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton)22,371
Generations Incorporated (Boston)25,000
Girls' LEAP Self-Defense (Boston)23,500
Hockomock Area YMCA (North Attleboro)20,000
Holyoke Public Schools18,500
Housing Families, Inc. (Malden)25,000
Jackson Mann Community School and Council, Inc. (Boston)25,000
Malden Public Schools24,570
Marshfield Public Schools25,000
Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Boston)25,000
MathPower (Boston)25,000
Nantucket Public Schools25,000
New Bedford Public Schools25,000
North Adams Public Schools20,000
North Brookfield Youth Center25,000
North Shore Community Action Programs, Inc. - Salem Cyberspace (Peabody)15,000
Pathways for Children (Gloucester)25,000
Quaboag Regional School District (Warren)25,000
Raw Art Works, Inc. (Lynn)25,000
Regional Employment Board of Hampden County (Springfield)25,000
Russian Community Association of Massachusetts (Lynn)15,000
Saint Paul Catholic Schools Consortium (Worcester)25,000
Southeastern Regional Technical School (South Easton)25,000
Square One (Springfield)24,970
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley (Boston)20,000
Vietnamese American Initiative for Development, Inc. (Boston)25,000
West End House Boys & Girls Clubs (Boston)25,000
Winthrop Public Schools25,000
YMCA of Central Massachusetts (Worcester)25,000
YWCA of Greater Lawrence, Inc.25,000
YWCA Malden Center for Women and Families25,000
Total State Funds$1,399,410

Last Updated: January 13, 2012
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