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Select Publications by Mainspring Partners

Adding it Up: A Guide to Mapping Public Resources for Children, Youth, and Families, Margaret Flynn-Khan, Thaddeus Ferber, Elizabeth Gaines, Karen Pittman, Washington, DC: The Forum for Youth Investment and The Finance Project, June 2006.

Blending and Braiding Funds To Support Early Care and Education Initiatives, by Margaret Flynn and Cheryl D. Hayes, The Finance Project, January 2003

Checklist for Funders Investing in Youth Transitioning From Foster Care, by Barbara Hanson Langford, Foster Care Work Group, January 2011

Cost Worksheet for Out-of-School Time and Community School Initiatives by Martin J. Blank and Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, September, 2000

Creating Dedicated Local Revenue Sources for Early Care and Education Initiatives by Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, April 2000

Ensuring Youth Leaving Foster Care Are Connected by 25: Lessons Learned from the Foster Care Work Group, Margaret Flynn-Khan, Kate Gaughen, and Barbara Hanson Langford, Washington, DC: The Finance Project, May 2010.

Financing Education Supports For Youth Transitioning Out of Foster Care, Margaret Flynn-Khan and Soumya Bhat, The Finance Project, April 2008

Financing Entrepreneurship Programs for Youth Transitioning Out of Foster Care, Barbara Hanson Langford and Margaret Flynn-Khan with Rachel Sherman, The Finance Project, March 2007

Financing Facility Improvements for Out-of-School Time and Community School Programs, Margaret Flynn, Washington, DC: The Finance Project, 2000.

Financing Transportation Services for Out-of-School Time and Community School Programs, by Barbara Hanson Langford and Michele Gilbert, The Finance Project, November 2001

Guide to Calculating the Cost of Quality Early Care and Education Initiative by Helene Stebbins and Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, May 2006

Guide to Engaging Alumni of Foster Care in Funder Collaboratives by Barbara Hanson Langford, Foster Care Work Group, January 2011

Investing in the Sustainability of Youth Programs: An Assessment Tool for Funders by Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, July 2007

Maximizing Medicaid Funding to Support Health and Mental Health Services for School-Age Children and Youth by Andrew L. Bundy with Victoria Wagener, The Finance Project, October 2000

Meeting the Education Requirements of Fostering Connections: Learning from the Field by Margaret Flynn-Khan, The Finance Project, October 2010

Opportunities in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for Supports and Services for Youth Transitioning from Foster Care, Margaret Flynn-Khan and Barbara Hanson Langford, Washington DC: The Finance Project, March 2009

Partnering with Schools: Blending Funding for Early Learning Initiatives by Margaret Flynn, Cheryl D. Hayes, Neal Halpan and Kim Uyeda, The Finance Project, 2002

State Legislative Investments in School-Age Children and Youth by Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, June 2001

Strengthening Partnerships: Community School Assessment Checklist by Martin J. Blank and Barbara Hanson Langford, The Finance Project, September 2000

Sustainability Planning Workbook by Barbara Hanson Langford and Margaret Flynn-Khan, The Finance Project, 2004

Title I Supplemental Educational Services and Afterschool Programs: Opportunities and Challenges by Margaret Flynn, The Finance Project, August 2002

Using CDBG to Support Community-Based Youth Programs by Roxana Torrico and Margaret Flynn-Khan, The Finance Project, January 2008

Using TANF to Finance Out-of-School Time Initiatives, Nanette Relave and Margaret Flynn-Khan, The Finance Project, June 2007

Using Title I to Finance Out-of-School Time and Community School Initiatives by Sharon Deich, Victoria Wegener, and Elisabeth Wright, The Finance Project, December 2001

What We're Working On

Statewide Afterschool Networks:

Mainspring acts as the lead facilitator and manager for the C.S. Mott Foundation's Afterschool Technical Assistance Collaborative (ATAC), a partnership of national organizations that provide support to the foundation's 47 statewide afterschool networks and partnership states.

 



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