National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

For General Operating Support

Overview
This unrestricted grant would support the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, the lead grantee for the Foundation’s ten-year Special Initiative to Reduce the Need for Abortion. The National Campaign works to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy by raising public awareness through social and other media venues, developing strategic partnerships with other organizations to expand knowledge and focus on these issues, and conducting research to help identify significant trends and effective interventions.
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1776 Massachusetts Ave, N.W., # 200
Washington, DC 20036-1916
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for general operating support  
This grant will support the organizational priorities of the National Campaign. During the grant period, the National Campaign will carry out initiatives designed to help young people decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. When young people get pregnant on their own terms, they face fewer challenges in achieving educational and career goals, they are better prepared for parenthood, and their children’s life trajectories may improve. The campaign works toward its outcomes through a coordinated, multifaceted approach that includes strategic communications, advocacy, capacity building, and convening.
for general operating support  
This unrestricted grant will support the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, which raises public awareness through social and other media venues, develops strategic partnerships to link teen and unplanned pregnancy with other issues and organizations, advocates for policies that expand access to evidence-based sex education, conducts research to help identify significant trends and effective interventions, and serves as a clearinghouse for organizations around the country working on teen and unplanned pregnancy.

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