LCTF is a statewide organization that partners with organizations across Louisiana to prevent child abuse and neglect. The Trust Fund accepts grant applications annually and selects projects to support in each region of Louisiana within the funding priorities set in the state plan.
The funding priorities are set every five years and encompass regional and statewide goals within five key areas:
Please explore the website! You will find resources, campaign information, our state plan, a calendar of events and more! You may search our directory of grantees by name or region.
THE LCTF Grant Application Period is NOW OPEN!
Application deadline is February 27, 2015 at 4:00pm.
IMPORTANT UPDATE (2/25/2015):
If the winter storm has prevented you from obtaining signatures, please submit your full application on time. Send an explanation letter with the application noting the signatures will be obtained and the corresponding pages will be submitted early next week. You must be located in one of the parishes that the winter storm affected for this exception to apply.
The Louisiana Children's Trust Fund held its Annual Day at the Capitol on May 21, 2014. Over 20 of the Louisiana Children's Trust Fund grantees set up displays and others brought information to share to help let the legislators and the public know more about programs that are in our state to help protect children. Malcolm Myer, LCTF Board Chair, greeted the attending grantees and guests on the Capitol steps and thanked the organizations for their dedication and commitment to the safety and protection of our greatest resource, our children. To access a copy of the event speech, click here.
The 2015 Day at the Capitol will be on May 21, 2015. Please join us! If you would like to have more information, click here.
Congratulations to Rhenda Hodnett, DCFS Director of Child Welfare and Louisiana Children's Trust Fund Board Member. Rhenda was selected as the Louisiana recipient of the 2014 award. All recipients were honored at the Opening Plenary at the National Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect in New Orleans in April. She is pictured with Mark Greenburg, Acting Assistant Secretary for the Administration for Children and Families and JooYeun Chang, Associate Commissioner, Children's Bureau.
Last year at the LCTF Day at the Capitol was the unveiling day for the LCTF Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Campaign: Look BEFORE You Lock! Learn more about this program and gain access materials that you can use to help others keep children safe.
Take pictures and send them to us showing how you use the materials to keep children safe. Did you have an exhibit at a community fair, hand them out at the market, etc.?
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