Learn About Children’s Fund of School Psychology
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.
DISASTER RELIEF FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS IN AFFECTED AREAS:
The Children's Fund is interested in helping school psychologists in the southeastern United States (Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, etc.) and U.S. territories (Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands) restore mental health resources and tools lost during the recent hurricanes. We would like to help school psychologists in California and Montana who are grappling with loss due to wild fires. See the Grants page for more information about applying for a grant.
Interested in becoming a Director of the Children's Fund of School Psychology?
There will be three vacancies for Directors as of July 1, 2018. The term of office is four years. If you have an interest in promoting the emotional and physical well-being of children and youth, as well as experience with fund raising, membership recruitment, and the technology involved for on-line meetings, the Children's Fund is interested in hearing from you. Please submit a brief bio detailing your interests and experience to Jeanne Pound, President (firstname.lastname@example.org) during the month of November 2018. Voting will take place during the annual meeting of the Children's Fund at the Chicago NASP convention (2/15/2018 from 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.).
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.
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