Children's Fund of School Psychology, Inc. (CFSP) is a nationwide organization and a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization that offers personal grants and advocates mental health care for children. For more than 35 years, we have made it our goal to provide various types of grants to schools and school personnel to help children with their basic needs.
Objectives of the CFSP
Promoting the physical and emotional well-being of all children and youth;
Embracing individual and group differences in children and youth based upon gender and diverse ethnic, cultural, language, and experiential backgrounds;
Promoting learning environments which facilitate optimal development; and
Supporting effective interventions that address both learning and social/emotional functioning to enhance a child’s success.
Goals of the CFSP
A. Supporting culturally competent mental health interventions in schools.
B. Supporting children and youth by providing resources to meet the basic needs so they can effectively participate in learning activities at school.
C. Identifying and strengthening relationships with potential partners to achieve shared goals.
D. Enhancing organizational effectiveness of the Children’s Fund of School Psychology.
At the annual meeting of the Children's Fund of School Psychology, held in San Antonio, Texas on 2/23/2017, the following were elected to four year terms as Directors: Marjorie Cloninger, (South Carolina), Jeanne Pound (Georgia), and Lynne Thies (New York). Marjorie will be replacing Jeff McNish, who has new responsibilities, as he will be assuming the Presidential responsibility for NHASP in the ensuing year. The new Directors will be assuming their roles from July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2021.