As Missouri’s foundation for child abuse prevention, the Children’s Trust Fund’s (CTF’s) primary responsibility is to provide grants to community-based agencies and organizations throughout the state that focus on child abuse prevention and the support of children and their families. Each year, CTF awards several types of prevention funding including general prevention grants, home visiting grants, training grants, discretionary grants, CTF license plate partners and Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) Collective Impact Grants.
Since 1983, CTF has allocated over $64 million dollars in funding to community organizations statewide for prevention programs and initiatives that benefit Missouri’s children and families.
To learn more about CTF’s community based partners and prevention grants browse programs by:
- Alphabetical Listing
- Geographic Region
- Home Visiting Grants
- Training Grants
- Discretionary Grants
- CTF License Plate Partners
- Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) Collective Impact Grants
- Initiative Grants
For more information about funding opportunities, please contact CTF Program Coordinator Laura Malzner at 573-751-5147.