Thank you for visiting the Field Center blog! Members of the Field Center network are passionate about our work and we welcome the opportunity to share more of our stories, reflections, and impacts with you. The Field Center hopes to use our blog to introduce you to members of our team, including faculty and staff, students and fellows, board members and donors, without whom our work on behalf of abused and neglected children would not be possible. Every stakeholder has a story to tell about why the Field Center’s work is a priority to them.
Each month, we will post a new blog entry, representing perspectives across multiple disciplines. Our team is excited to share our passion with you, and increase our ability to respond to pressing issues in real time. Happy reading, and please share widely with your networks!
April 26, 2022
By Sarah Wasch, MSW and Johanna Greeson, PhD; Field Center Program Manager and Managing Faculty Director As the COVID pandemic enters its third year of impact, donors and foundation funders may face uncertainty about how to ensure a more just recovery from COVID-19. The 2022 High Impact Giving Guide from the Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP). . .
September 22, 2021
By Sarah Wasch, MSW, Field Center Program Manager At the end of this month, any pandemic relief funds earmarked for young adults aging out of foster care not distributed by states as part of the 2020 Supporting Foster Youth and Families through the Pandemic Act are in danger of being forfeited and returned to the. . .
September 24, 2020
By Sarah Wasch, MSW, Field Center Program Manager September is National Kinship Care Month, and a fitting time to reflect on the importance of family connection. Kinship care is the care of children by grandparents and other relatives when their own parents are unable to care for them, and can refer to numerous caregiving situations,. . .