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Special Legislative Programs, Fiscal Year 2023–24

One-time funding added to the Budget Act of 2023 by Control Section 19.568 of Section 97 of Senate Bill 104 (Chapter 189, Statutes of 2023) to support various initiatives through expanding or initiating new youth programs.

Richland School District–Family Resource Center

One-time funding for the Richland School District–Family Resource Center to enable the school district to keep the resource center open, staffed, and provide them with additional time to seek out permanent, ongoing sources of funding. (SACS Resource Code: 7810)

Richland School District–Family Resource Center Funding Profile
Richland School District–Family Resource Center Funding Results

Latino Film Institute for the Youth Cinema Project

One-time funding to provide the Latino Film Institute for the Youth Cinema Project with necessary filmmaking equipment at five school sites in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Latino Film Institure for the Youth Cinema Project Funding Profile
Latino Film Institure for the Youth Cinema Project Funding Results

Centralia School District

One-time funding for Centralia School District to fund three areas of need for Centralia Elementary School District: (1) Safety, (2) Health & Safety, and (3) Staff and Community. (SACS Resource Code: 7810)

Centralia School District Funding Profile
Centralia School District Funding Results

Equality California Institute

One-time funding for Equality California Institute Safe and Supportive Schools. This work will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Engaging unified school districts across California, using their Report Card responses to identify and address policy gaps and chart a course for improvement at the district level.
  • Assisting school districts to holistically implement other best practices which help to create inclusive atmospheres for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and queer (LGBTQ+) students and connecting districts to local resources and trainings.
  • Conducting outreach and education in communities across California to build cross-community cohesion and understanding and build awareness of policies designed to protect LGBTQ+ and all youth.

Equality California Institute Funding Profile
Equality California Institute Funding Results

San Mateo Exposition and Fair Association

One-time funding for the San Mateo Exposition and Fair Association for operational, staffing, and equipment costs at the Domini Hoskins Black History Museum.

San Mateo Exposition and Fair Association Funding Profile
San Mateo Exposition and Fair Association Funding Results

Accelerated Radio School of Broadcasting

One-time funding for the Accelerated Radio School of Broadcasting program, which builds mini radio stations on the campuses of elementary, middle, and high schools throughout our community. The program is designed to give under-served youth a head-start in the Broadcasting/Multi-Media/Podcasting Industry, and to bridge the huge digital technology gap.

Accelerated Radio School of Broadcasting Funding Profile
Accelerated Radio School of Broadcasting Funding Results

Career Technical Education Foundation Sonoma County

One-time funding for Career Technical Education Foundation Sonoma County to support the North Bay Construction Corps program expansion into Mendocino County, which is an after-school, 3-month, basic construction training program for seniors in their last semester of high school.

Career Technical Education Foundation Sonoma County Funding Profile
Career Technical Education Foundation Sonoma County Funding Results

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Last Reviewed: Thursday, April 25, 2024
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