Grants to keep kids out of trouble
DeKALB – The DeKalb Township Committee on Youth is accepting grant applications from organizations providing programming or services that help battle juvenile delinquency within DeKalb Township. Grants of up to $500 are available. The committee meets monthly to vote on applications. Applications are reviewed in the order they are submitted and there is no deadline. Applications can be downloaded from the DeKalb Township website, www.dekalbtownship.org, under the “Town Board” tab.
With the approval of the township board the committee may cooperate with any other local government entity, organization, agency or persons in the fostering, development and provision of local programs designed to prevent juvenile delinquency and to meet the needs of local youths.
The DeKalb Township Board established its committee on youth in April 2012. Its mission is to advise the board on programs and services that combat and prevent juvenile delinquency and to provide for the well-being of underserved and underprivileged youth and their families who live in the township. Tim Vincent, principal at Clinton Rosette Middle School, is the committee chair.
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