CASE for Kids City Connections

CASE for Kids City Connections is a collaborative initiative which is funded directly by the City of Houston to support nonprofit organizations that address the need for youth services outside the school day based on communities. Projects are funded by the CASE for Kids. 

City Connections program will take place in each Houston City Council district in a variety of locations such as community centers, schools, and churches.

2017-2018 CASE for Kids City Funding


These nonprofit organizations have been awarded a 2017-2018 City Connections (CC) grant award.  Funding for the City Connections project is provided by the City of Houston and administered by the Center for Afterschool, Summer and Enrichment for Kids or CASE for Kids, a division of Harris County Department of Education.  A total of 97 CC applications were received requesting $1,021,400 in funding.  Eleven district council members receive $45,000 in funding for grant awards.  Please note, as indicated by the asterisk symbol (*), some council districts exercised their option to increase their overall grants budget this year.  The organizations listed below will provide diverse activities for youth after school including fine arts, academic enrichment, college exploration, and fitness classes.  Congratulations to all grant recipients!  We are grateful to the City of Houston for their investment and support of out-of-school time programming here in Houston, Texas.

Click here to see a complete list of organizations receiving funding.

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