The Oakland Fund for Children and Youth (OFCY) strategic plan guides OFCY's funding priorities from July 2013 - June 2016. The plan implements the four goals of OFCY's authorizing legislation, Measure D, KidsFirst!. The plan provides a needs assessment of Oakland's children and youth and an overview of four strategy areas. Strategies include 1) Healthy Development of Young Children, 2) Student Success in School, 3) Youth Leadership and Community Safety, and 4) Transitions to Adulthood.
2013-2016 Strategic Planning
For the Strategic Investment Plan for FY2013-2016, click here.
2012 Strategic Planning Working Groups - Powerpoint Presentations
May 4, 2012 - Student Success in School #1
May 11, 2012 - Healthy Development of Young Children #1
May 18, 2012 - Student Success in School #2
May 18, 2012 - Youth Leadership and Community Safety #1
May 25, 2012 - Healthy Development of Young Children #2
May 25, 2012 - Transitions to Adulthood #1
June 1, 2012 - Youth Leadership and Community Safety #2
June 6, 2012 - Transitions to Adulthood #2
OFCY Resource Materials
The following resources have been presented and shared in public meetings to provide context and direction to the POC during the process.
Click the link above to access OFCY's past evaluation reports detailing program and strategy outcomes and outputs.
This summary of OFCY's Program Strategies includes an overview of OFCY's current program funding by strategy as outlined in the current 2010-2013 OFCY Strategic Plan, and includes information on strategy goals, outcomes achieved, performance realized by strategy, and maps of program locations by strategy.
Providing brief descriptions of programs receiving funding in 2012-2013, organized by funding strategy.
An overview of programs operating at OUSD school sites in FY2011-2012, organized across the ten OFCY funding strategies.
Summaries of other local and national models developed to achieve positive youth outcomes, with an emphasis on place-based models and collective efforts.
A report outlining the current demographic, economic, health and wellness, academic and education and safety and crime indicators that affect youth development in Oakland
Stanford Social Innovation Review, Winter 2011
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, yet the social sector remains focused on the isolated intervention of individual organizations.