Child Poverty Collaborative’s One to One Learning Collaborative Charter and RFP

On July 18th, we launched the One to One Learning Collaborative with an information session and release of the RFP. The Learning Collaborative will bring together community partners and families to learn from one another to improve service delivery and systems. Our purpose is to make measurable progress in empowering families and reducing poverty. Together we will innovate, share results and learn from each other how to accelerate family self-sufficiency. 

The Learning Collaborative uses a “quality improvement” approach. We invite any interested community partners in Cincinnati and Hamilton County to consider joining the One to One Learning Collaborative and have the opportunity to co-design and test strategies that empower families to meet their goals and create pathways towards self-sufficiency. Please download the Charter and RFP below for more information.


Please submit completed applications to by 5pm on Friday, August 18th. Questions regarding the proposal should be directed to Lucy Crane at or (513) 762-7192.



Q#1: Do we need to submit our audit and 501-C3 status with proposal?
A: No. We will follow up and ask for that information following selection of participants.

Access the report from the October 2016 Summit HERE

Our region is ranked #4 nationally in child poverty, with nearly half of children estimated to be living below the federal poverty level. 

Source: The National Center for Children in Poverty

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we can create a brighter future for our youth.

 Poverty hurts all of us, especially our children - who are our future - and together we will improve the lives of children in our community.