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Grant Awards 2008

KEVIN MAHONEY

The Atlantic Philanthropies
“National Center for Consumer Direction”
$1,600,000 ($3,500,000)
December 2, 2008

The Atlantic Philanthropies has awarded Kevin Mahoney a $3,500,000 grant to support the establishment of a Cash & Counseling research and technical assistance center. The center will provide technical assistance to states and participants using the Cash & Counseling model.

MARCIE PITT-CATSOUPHES

MetLife Mature Market Institute
“Engaging in the 21st Century Multigenerational Workforce – Supplement”
$10,000 ($65,000)
November 24, 2008

MetLife Mature Market Institute has awarded Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes $50,000 to support the “Engaging in the 21st Century Multigenerational Workforce” project. The study will explore the relationship between engagement and age, generation, life-, and career-stage and what factors might affect those relationships.

TARA EARL

Cambridge Health Alliance/NIMH
“NIMH Minority Supplement to the Advanced Center for Latino Mental Health Research Cambridge Health Alliance”
$16,642
November 13, 2008

Tara Earl has received funding to continue her work with the Cambridge Health Alliance and the Advanced Center for Latino Mental Health Research. Dr. Earl’s work on the project will include quantitative research and participating as a trainee to the Research Center of Excellence grant between the University of Puerto Rico and Cambridge Health Alliance.

KEVIN MAHONEY

The Administration on Aging
"Cash & Counseling: Sustainable Paradigm for Service Delivery"
$200,000 ($1,104,723)
October 20, 2008

Kevin Mahoney has received a grant from the Administration on Aging in the amount of $1,104,723 to support the establishment of a Cash & Counseling research and technical assistance center. The center will provide technical assistance to states and participants using the Cash & Counseling model.

JIM LUBBEN

John A. Hartford Foundation
“Strengthening Geriatric Social Work through a Doctoral Fellowship Program”
$179,339 ($841,485)
September 8, 2008

Jim Lubben has received a grant from the John A. Hartford Foundation to continue work for the Hartford Geriatric Social Work Doctoral Fellows Program.

 

KEVIN MAHONEY

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
"Self Direction/Cash & Counseling Research and Technical Assistance Center"
$1,870,562 ($4,751,055)
August 28, 2008

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded a grant to Kevin Mahoney in the amount of $4,751,055 to support the establishment of a Cash & Counseling research and technical assistance center. The center will provide technical assistance to states and participants using the Cash & Counseling model.

KEVIN MAHONEY

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
"Sustaining the clearinghouse for home and community based services (hcbs.org)"
$99,982
August 4, 2008

Kevin Mahoney received $99,982 from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) in promoting the development and expansion of access to quality-of-life resources for vulnerable populations.

JUDI CASEY

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“Sloan Work-Family Network — Year 2 of 3”
$486,684 ($1,487,644)
July 1, 2008

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has renewed the “Building on a Decade of Success: Enhancing Resources and Expanding Reach” project, lead by Principal Investigator Judi Casey.

MARCIE PITT-CATSOUPHES

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
“The Sloan Center on Aging & Work; Workplace Flexibility and the 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce”
$1,681,974 ($3,561,685)
June 27, 2008

Marcie Pitt-Catsouphes, Executive Director of the Center on Aging and Work, has received a multi-year grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for “The Sloan Center on Aging & Work; Workplace Flexibility and the 21st Century Multi-Generational Workforce” project.

TOM CREA

Case Western Reserve University
“Family 2 Family Process Evaluation”
$25,000
June 17, 2008

Case Western Reserve University has granted Tom Crea $25,000 to evaluate of the Family 2 Family (F2F) Initiative. Tom will serve as a member of a team comprised of researchers from Case Western Reserve University and the University of North Carolina selected to conduct the evaluation.