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Santa Fe, N.M.
$400,000
Grant awarded in 2011

The nonpartisan, independent organization seeks to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by changing the design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings, developments, neighborhoods and cities. This two-year grant for general operations support allows the organization to broaden its 2030 Challenge, which calls for decreasing the energy demand of new buildings and major renovations, with a long-term goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2030.

Santa Fe, N.M.
$350,000
Grant awarded in 2012

The nonpartisan, independent organization seeks to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by improving the design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings and neighborhoods. This grant provides ongoing support for the Seattle 2030 District, a downtown area targeting dramatic improvements in the energy performance of new and existing buildings as well as transportation, and new funding for the development of a similar high-performance building district in downtown Cleveland.

Santa Fe, N.M.
$300,000
Grant awarded in 2013

The nonpartisan, independent organization seeks to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by improving the design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings and neighborhoods. This two-year grant supports its general operations and pioneering work to accelerate the building sector’s adoption of climate-friendly technologies and practices.  

Santa Fe, N.M.
$400,000
Grant awarded in 2013

The nonpartisan, independent organization seeks to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by improving the design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings and neighborhoods. This two-year grant extends support for 2030 Districts in Seattle and Cleveland, and establishes a 2030 Districts Network to provide additional cities with financial, technical and communications assistance to create high-performance building districts.

Santa Fe, N.M.
$175,000
Grant awarded in 2011

The nonpartisan, independent organization seeks to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by changing the design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings, developments, neighborhoods and cities. Funding supports the Seattle 2030 District, a downtown area targeting dramatic improvements in the energy performance of new and existing buildings as well as transportation.

Detroit
$10,000
Grant awarded in 2012

This two-year grant is part of the Detroit Program’s Kresge Arts Support initiative, which provides unrestricted operating support to small, mid-size and large organizations in the performing, visual and literary arts in metro Detroit’s Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.  

Boston
$700,000
Grant awarded in 2011

The center, formerly known as the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, promotes college access for underserved students by offering free college-affordability programs to high school students in Boston and Springfield, Mass. This three-year grant supports a national expansion into three new cities, the extension of financial aid counseling to 20,000 additional students and the development of a certification program in college financial aid advising.

Dearborn, Mich.
$200,000
Grant awarded in 2013

The center, formerly known as the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, offers integrated social, immigration, health, employment and education supports for low-income people through its 10 Detroit-area locations and spearheads the National Network for Arab American Communities. A two-year grant, awarded jointly by our Human Services and Detroit programs, supports the center's general operations and enables the network to launch a Youth Fellows Program to build the leadership skills of young Arab Americans.

San Antonio
$500,000
Grant awarded in 2012

The community development financial institution provides credit and financial services to small businesses that do not qualify for conventional loans from commercial sources, and serves as a national leader in the microlending field. A two-year grant supports expansion of its new Lending and Learning Center, which offers financial education, business support and capital to low-income individuals and families operating businesses in low-wealth urban neighborhoods.

Washington
$223,000
Grant awarded in 2012

The community-based organization incorporates the arts and the creative economy into its comprehensive approach for promoting sustainable economic development in the historic Anacostia neighborhood, located in the nation’s capital. A two-year grant enables ARCH to continue existing programs and develop initiatives to reinvigorate the neighborhood and repopulate its empty storefronts by attracting artists, arts organizations and green businesses.

Washington
$500,000
Grant awarded in 2013

The community-based organization incorporates the arts and the creative economy into its comprehensive approach to community revitalization in the historic Anacostia neighborhood, located in the nation’s capital. A two-year grant enables ARCH to continue existing programs and develop initiatives to reinvigorate the neighborhood by attracting artists, arts organizations and creative businesses to the central corridors.

Detroit
$300,000
Grant awarded in 2011

Working with 300 community partners, the organization has engaged more than 3,000 volunteers in hundreds of community-service programs benefiting youth, families and neighborhoods. This two-year grant funds the recruitment of additional volunteers, the launch of a weekly ARISE Detroit! Network radio show and service to the community on its annual citywide Neighborhoods Day.

Detroit
$125,000
Grant awarded in 2009

Working with 300 community partners, the organization has recruited more than 3,000 volunteers and engaged them in hundreds of community-service programs benefiting youth, families and neighborhoods. This grant is being used to upgrade the organization’s information technology, increase its fund-development capacity and expand its annual ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day program.

Detroit
$480,000
Grant awarded in 2013

Working with 400 community partners, the organization has recruited more than 3,000 volunteers and engaged them in hundreds of community-service programs benefiting youth, families and neighborhoods. This three-year grant enables ARISE Detroit! to help implement Detroit Future City, a strategic planning framework to move Detroit forward, and provides funding for its community outreach and annual Detroit Neighborhoods Day event.

Providence, R.I.
$300,000
Grant awarded in 2010

Serving as a hub for creative activity and a model for downtown revitalization, the community-based arts organization provides support and opportunities for artists, operates art-production facilities and gallery space and engages at-risk students and incarcerated youth through art classes, workshops and mentoring. This two-year grant supports AS220’s general operations and creates a building-systems replacement plan.

Providence, R.I.
$300,000
Grant awarded in 2012

Serving as a hub for creative activity and a model for downtown revitalization, the community-based arts organization provides support and opportunities for artists, operates art-production facilities and gallery space and engages at-risk students and incarcerated youth through art classes, workshops and mentoring. This two-year grant underwrites AS220’s general operations and enables it to expand its programmatic activities.

Washington
$117,339
Grant awarded in 2013

The national health research and policy organization brings stakeholders together to address the current and future needs of an evolving health system, inform health policy and translate evidence into action. This grant is being used to launch the inaugural 2014 Population Health Scholars program and to sponsor a session on population health at AcademyHealth’s annual National Health Policy Conference.

Washington
$23,913
Grant awarded in 2014

The national health research and policy organization brings stakeholders together to address the current and future needs of an evolving health system, inform health policy and translate evidence into action. This grant provides additional funding to conduct the 2014 Population Health Scholars program and offer training to 15 scholars.

Detroit
$220,000
Grant awarded in 2009

Through volunteers and partnerships, the organization assists low- and moderate-income families and households with local, state and federal income tax filings, as well as filings for property-tax refunds and tax credits. This two-year grant supports the Brightmoor Neighborhood Tax Center, which provides free tax preparation and counseling services for residents.

Detroit
$150,000
Grant awarded in 2012

Through volunteers and partnerships, the organization assists low- and moderate-income families and households with local, state and federal income tax filings, as well as filings for property-tax refunds and tax credits. This two-year grant supports the Northwest Neighborhood Tax Center, which provides free tax assistance and asset-building resources to residents of Northwest Detroit.