The U.S. Department of Education's Promise Neighborhoods program provides support to communities that are working to build cradle-to-career pipelines, also known as continuums of solutions, for their children and youth. While their specific strategies may vary, all Promise Neighborhoods are working...
This fact sheet provides a guide for applicant organizations and neighborhood coalitions to approach the application and the PN planning grant. It helps applicants undertsand the key elements, priorities, and requirements of the grant.
This fact sheet provides a How-to-Apply guide for applicant organizations to navigate the PN application for an implementation grant.
This fact sheet provides a How-To-Apply grant-writing guide for prospective PNs to apply for a planning grant.
This fact sheet provides references to technical assistance providers to support grantees as they strive to target results and indicators in the PN grant. It provides contact information, organizational descriptions, and other relevant services and resources.
This brief shares how DCPNI's partner National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) has helped communities build capacity around data to advance work in place-based initiatives.
This brief provides a profile of the data partner for Austin's Promise Neighborhood, Eastside Promise.
In this presentation, former Secretary Arne Duncan makes remarks at the Harlem Children's Zone Conference and discusses Harlem Children's Zone and other examples that would fit the Promise Neighborhood model.
Sustaining Community Revitalization: A Tool for Preparing Budgets for Promise Neighborhood Initiatives
This report shares how Promise Neighborhood sites can plan and map out fiscal needs, gaps in funding, and funding and financing strategies. It provides tools and guidance for thinking through costs of different components of an initiative.
This fact sheet detailis PNI's efforts to attract more investment to the initiative. It outlines criteria essential for being a network member.