...to the official website of The Lafayette County Children’s Services Fund!
We've developed and organized this site to help you get information about our purpose, meetings, downloadable forms and requirements for funding requests, and specifically how The LCCSF assists with support to children and families in need throughout Lafayette County. We welcome your questions and input.
Artwork throughout this site was created by clients of our partner agencies.
On April 5th, 2005, the citizens of Lafayette County passed a one-eighth of a cent sales tax measure, which created a Children's Services Fund for children and youth nineteen years of age or less in Lafayette County. The fund is created pursuant to RSMo ss67.1775 and RSMo ss210.861. The funds are awarded to local agencies that provide services and fulfill unmet needs of qualifying children in Lafayette County, Missouri. Our mission is to provide quality, comprehensive training and services to protect the well-being and safety of children and youth 19 years of age or less and to strengthen families in Lafayette County.
Effective 06/19/2019 the LCCSF Board of Directors has approved monthly funding requests for agencies requesting $15,000 or less. The applications can be found under Proposal Requests. If you have any questions please contact the Executive Director. Monthly applications must be submitted by the 2nd Friday of the month. Funds will be made available at the next regular meeting of the LCCSF board. CLICK HERE to download the policy.
There is no regularly scheduled board meeting for the month of July due to board workshops.
This fund is established by Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 210, Section 210.861 and Missouri Revised Statutes Chapter 67. Section 76.1775. The question passed on the Lafayette County April 2005 Ballot.
Lafayette County Children's Services Fund
Lafayette County Dryer Annex
1106 Main Street
Lexington, MO 64067
Phone: (816) 654-4477
Phone: (816) 263-3003
Executive Director's Report
June 19th, 2019.
All agencies funded through our funding cycles have reports due on July 31st. Reporting templates can be found under the funded agencies tab. If you have any questions please contact the Executive Director, Change in Current Funding Timeline.
Letters of Intent Due/ Coversheet / Attachments: Friday September 27, 2019
Full Proposals/and attachments Due: Friday October 25, 2019 by 5 pm
Agency Presentations: Wednesday November 20, 2019
Vote of the Board: Wednesday December 18, 2019
Resilience Film is Available to Lafayette County Agencies
The "Resilience" film is available to Lafayette County agencies for training and educational purposes. If you would like to use this film for your agency, please contact the Executive Director. For more information about the Resilience Film visit www.ResilienceMovie.com
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