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Federal Agency Announces $6.1 Million to Support Pay for Success Pipeline

Tuesday, May 10, 2016 (All day)
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency for volunteering and service, today announced the winners of its second Social Innovation Fund (SIF) Pay for Success grant competition. More than $6.1 million in investments will advance and evaluate emerging models that align payment for social services with verified social outcomes.

Poverty and Opportunity: Begin with Facts

The Obama administration is now in the fifth year of a program, known as the Social Innovation Fund, to use the private sector to identify successful local organizations that attack social problems such as teen pregnancy, delinquency, school dropout, and low school achievement, and, combining federal resources with local and foundation matching funds, to expand these successful local programs.

Jobs program aids Fortune 500 and underprivileged youth

Last night’s “60 Minutes” profiled Year Up--a subgrantee of the Social Innovation Fund. The report includes inspiring examples of how Year Up prepares youth for the workforce.

Mentoring, Mathematics, and More

By CNCS Staff |


 National Service News Week in Review |

From generation to generation, service is a common theme that makes a difference in the lives of Americans. Whether it’s a science fair winner thinking of unique solutions to old challenges, adults stepping up to volunteer as mentors, or seniors whose lives are testaments to the benefits of service, our national service family leads by example.

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