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Apply for Youth Voice Service Grant

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Do you know a young person involved in advocacy, civic engagement, racial justice, leadership, or community service? Applications for a Youth Voice Service Grant  are open to students grades 6-12 throughout Minnesota, and the deadline for applying is January 15, 2021.

This opportunity from the Youth Service Zone coalition
offers young people the chance to showcase their ongoing youth-led advocacy and organizing efforts. Grants will be determined based on four focus areas: Juvenile Justice, Education Equity, Environmental Justice, Health and Wellness.

Grants will be awarded in amounts ranging from $50 to $350, giving young people adequate funds to implement projects with meaningful impact amplifying youth voice and youth solutions to some of the most critical issues facing our young people.

Questions can be directed to Samara Eltahir at Minnesota Alliance With Youth.

Make a Plan MN resources

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https://mn.gov/covid19/for-minnesotans/get-help/make-a-plan.jsp

Make a Plan, Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Human Services urges all Minnesotans who are responsible for the care of a child to make a plan now for alternate short-term care for their children in the event parents or guardians become ill.

To support families in this process, they’ve developed Make a Plan, Minnesotawhich guides families through a process to identify possible caregivers, gather vital family and child information, and share their plan with others.

Please share this information with families that you work with, or with partner organizations in your network that work with families to support them in planning, if appropriate. Translation of these documents into Spanish, Hmong and Somali will be coming soon!

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