The toolkit offers learning opportunities for professionals in a variety of formats to aid you in seeking, writing, and managing grants. Register for an upcoming webinar, peruse the list of recordings of past webinars and listen to our podcast series.
This class is offered as part of the State Justice Institute’s (SJI’s) ongoing commitment to support court access to federal grant funds. This virtual training series integrates traditional grant training and technical assistance (TTA) with intensive one-on-one support to assist selected sites in the development of a federal application to be submitted during the FY 2021 grant season.
Posted: April 10th, 2020
FY2020 Funding for State Courts and Justice System Partners
This webinar provides an overview of the Funding Toolkit for State Courts and Justice System Partners, as well as details about:
- Current funding opportunities for courts
- Current funding opportunities for court partners
- Grant writing overview
Podcast by State Justice Institute
Court ¢ents, part of the State Justice Institute’s “Funding Toolkit for Courts and Justice System Partners,” delivers information and resources to support local courts, state courts, and their justice system partners in identifying and applying for federal grants.
SJI Grantee Spotlight
SJI grantees Danielle Malangone (Center for Court Innovation), Jeff Rinard (Texas Office of Court Administration), and Courtney Porter, PhD (Fairfax County, Virginia Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court) discuss SJI funded projects and share experiences with the SJI grantmaking process.
Court Pandemic Response and Recovery Funding Opportunity
Michelle White, Senior Program Advisor at the State Justice Institute, discusses SJI’s recently released Request for Applications for Court Pandemic Response and Recovery. Access the RFA for additional information.
Funding from the State Justice Institute
The inaugural episode of Court ¢ents features a conversation with Jonathan Mattiello, Executive Director of the State Justice Institute, about the SJI grant making process.
Request assistance from a grant expert or ask us a question about the toolkit.
Virtual technical assistance (TA) is available for state and local courts. TA may include coaching calls, document reviews and answering targeted questions related to a grant opportunity, as well as other types of support.