Coronavirus information from UCLA and UCLA Health
The CNSI will re-open on June 12 for projects with approved Research Ramp-Up Plans.

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The W.M. Keck Foundation’s Southern California Program seeks to promote the education and healthy development of children and youth, strengthen families and enhance the lives of people in the greater Los Angeles area through its support of organizations that provide arts and cultural enrichment, civic and community services, early childhood and pre-collegiate education, and health care.  Projects that address compelling issues and have the potential to have a significant impact on the target population, organization, region and/or field are encouraged. A special emphasis is placed on projects that focus on children and youth from low-income families and special needs populations. Collaborative initiatives as well as projects arising from the vision of one organization’s strong leadership are supported.