New grant agreements for Communities for Children Facilitating Partners require that from 1 July 2017 at least 50% of funding for direct service delivery should be used to provide high quality, evidence-based programs.
If you are seeking approval under the promising program category, we have developed an optional template to make the submission of your program for assessment as simple as possible, if you choose to use it. Download the program submission template (DOC 100 KB)
Facilitating Partners seeking approval for the emerging program category must submit a program logic and evaluation plan. Program logic and evaluation plan templates are available for you to use.
Community development programs will be assessed against an adapted version of the promising/emerging program criteria. Contact CFCA for more information about this option.
Once you have addressed the full assessment criteria, use this form to upload the supporting documentation, including the template if used.
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Submissions can be completed by Facilitating Partners only. It is a requirement that you discuss your intention to submit a program for assessment with your Grant Agreement Manager before using this form. If you are submitting on behalf of a Community Partner, please also include their contact details in the "Relevant Notes" section. We will contact them directly if we need further information about the program.
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