2011 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 14 - CHILDREN
CHAPTER 8 - WYOMING CHILDREN'S TRUST FUND
14-8-105. Powers and duties of the board.
(a) The board shall:
(i) Provide for the coordination and exchange of information on the establishment and maintenance of prevention programs;
(ii) Develop and publicize criteria regarding grants from the trust fund, including the duration of grants and any requirements for matching funds which are received from the trust fund;
(iii) Review and monitor the expenditure of monies by recipients;
(iv) Prepare an annual report to the joint appropriations interim committee on the board's activities which include periodic evaluations of the effectiveness of the prevention programs funded by the trust fund;
(v) Accept grants from the federal government as well as solicit and accept contributions, grants, gifts, bequests and donations from individuals, private organizations and foundations;
(vi) Expend monies of the trust fund for the establishment, promotion and maintenance of prevention programs and for operational expenses of the board;
(vii) Exercise any other powers or perform any other duties which are consistent with the purposes for which the board was created and which are reasonably necessary for the fulfillment of the board's responsibilities;
(viii) Establish a classification system for potential recipients based upon need and shall award grants to those classified most needy.
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