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CSC Broward funds close to a hundred programs that serve children and families within our community. We're passionate about your cause and work to protect and bring the child-serving community together.
How CSC Funds
Funding from CSC is typically offered through our competitive procurement process. A County-wide assessment determines community needs in children’s services. Based on these needs and public hearings, the Council establishes annual goals and a budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The goals and budget determine the need for procurement(s) to identify providers able to meet the local service needs.
Emergency Funding Requests
The intent of a the Emergency Procurement Exemption is to provide a Safety Net for CSC-funded agencies, where possible, when crisis situations arise that clearly jeopardize services to clients served in currently-funded CSC programs.View More
Requests for Funds to Maximize Revenue / Leveraged Funds
The intent of the Procurement Exemption to maximize Federal, State, and Private Revenue opportunities is to ensure the ability to bring new resources to Broward County that benefit the children and families in our community.View More
The Children’s Services Council supports a wide range of charitable groups. Sponsorship is one of the support tools available to CSC. Sponsorships dollars are limited and denial of any request shall in no way be construed as a reflection on the project submitted or the agency involved.View More
Joint Funding and/or Community Collaborative Funding
The intent of this Procurement Exemption is to participate in joint funding efforts or in support of community collaborative projects to address significant community issues at the discretion of the Council.View More
Family Supports 2023 RFP
The CSC is expecting to budget up to $20 million in FY 23/24 for the Family Supports Request for Proposals (RFP) which includes Family Strengthening, Supporting MOMS, Kinship, Kinship Legal, and Supervised Visitation programming. The intent of these programs is to reduce the incidence and impact of child abuse, neglect, and trauma and to ensure a continuum of maternal health services for families.View More