Support for Applicants

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Applicants are encouraged to take advantage of the following documents and resources to develop and submit their application. To receive updates on live webinars, FAQs, and other applicant resources, join the ENOUGH Listserv​.

ENOUGH Grant Program Training Hub and Resource Library

The Governor's Office for Children has partnered with experts from across the country to provide training for prospective ENOUGH applicants. We encourage you to engage with the robust content available on the Training Hub and Resource Library as you develop your application.

The Training Hub provides easy-to-access, high-quality virtual training, grounded in proven approaches and tested by leaders across the country. The Training Hub builds leaders' capabilities to work across sectors, change systems and achieve equitable outcomes. The Resource Library provides access to resources from a plethora of local, statewide, and national organizations and platforms that specialize in the core competencies highlighted in the Grant NOFO.

Visit the ENOUGH Learning Hub


The Governor’s Office for Children (GOC) is offering a mix of pre-recorded and live webinars to help communities prepare a strong application to the ENOUGH Grant Program. Prospective applicants are highly encouraged to watch the “ENOUGH Grant Program 101” webinar to understand the structure of the ENOUGH Grant Program, as well as read the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for complete application guidance and grant requirements. 

In addition to technical application guidance, webinar topics include best practices and proven strategies for breaking the cycle of poverty and creating safe, healthy, and thriving environments for children and families to succeed. Experts from the William Julius Wilson Institute at Harlem Children’s Zone, StriveTogether​, Purpose Built Communities, Partners for Rural Impact, Results for America, and other national thought leaders will share data-driven, evidence-based solutions and frameworks that reflect our current landscape and context, as well as cutting-edge insights gained from place-based initiatives in urban, suburban, and rural communities nationwide. 

Registration is required to participate in live webinars. Registered participants will receive all follow-up materials and access to the webinar recording, as well as an opportunity to pose questions to presenters and GOC representatives. 

Pre-Recorded Webinars

  • ENOUGH Grant Program 101: Funding Opportunity Details and Application Requirements Video |Slides
  • ENOUGH Impact: Result Areas + Data Dashboard [Coming soon]
  • ENOUGH Budget: Excel Template + Budget Narrative Guidance [Coming soon]
  • ENOUGH Proposal Submission: Demonstration and Guide [Coming soon]

Live Webinars



Registration Link


July 9, 2024
10 - 11 am ET
​ENOUGH Track Selector and Planning: Deep Dive into Track Requirements and Review Criteria.
Webinar Replay
​July 17, 2024
1 - 2 pm ET
​Partners for Rural Impact: Preparing an ENOUGH Application for Rural Communities​
​July 18, 2024
10 - 11 am ET
​​Purpose Built Communities: Where to Begin? Resident Leadership + Community Quarterback Organization​

​July 23, 2024
1 - 2 pm ET​
​William Julius Wilson Institute at Harlem Children’s Zone: Place-Based Support for Cradle-to-Career Education
​Coming Soon

​July 24, 2024
10 - 11 am ET
​Purpose Built Communities: The Role of Neighborhood Transformation and Housing in Safe and Thriving Communities
​Coming Soon

​July 25, 2024
11 am - 12 pm ET​
​StriveTogether: Partnership Norms and Agreements for Successful Cross-Sector Collaboration
​Coming Soon

​July 30, 2024
1 - 2 pm ET
​Results for America: Identifying and Adapting Evidence-Based Programs
​Coming Soon

July 31, 2024
1 - 2 pm ET​
​Partners for Rural Impact: ENOUGH for Rural-Serving Local Management Boards [Open to all applicants]
​Coming Soon

​August 1, 2024
10 - 11 am ET​
​William Julius Wilson Institute at Harlem Children’s Zone: Engaging Community in Needs Assessment and Asset Mapping
​Coming Soon

​August 2, 2024
10 - 11 am ET​
​Results for America: Working with Government for Local Management Boards [Open to all applicants]
Coming Soon​

​August 7, 2024
11 - 12 pm ET​
​StriveTogether: Data Sharing 101 + Best Practices for Effective Data Agreements
​Coming Soon

​Health Leads: Community-Driven Strategies for Health Equity​
​Coming Soon

ENOUGH Grant Program Overviews

Geographic Eligibility

Application Documents and Templates


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