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Kresge’s grant database allows you to search for grants awarded since 2009. You can search and filter by program area, focus area, year and location.

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Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital Of Chicago

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

The purpose of this grant is to provide support to the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, in partnership with Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine’s Center for Community Health, for the Helping Michigan Fathers and Families Thrive project. View Website

Amount

$100,000

Year

2021

Location

Chicago, Illinois

Program

Detroit, Health, Human Services

Focus Area

Hyphen

This grant supports Panorama Global to serve as the fiscal sponsor for Hyphen, a newly launched intermediary for high-impact public-philanthropic partnerships that address the most urgent issues facing our nation and advance long-term solutions to achieve equitable outcomes for all. View Website

Amount

$500,000

Year

2021

Location

Program

Detroit, Health, Human Services

Focus Area

Institute for Population Health

This grant provides project funding to Institute of Population Health, a federally qualified health clinic with three facilities, to improve health and wellbeing of Detroit residents through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$40,000

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

Central Detroit Christian Community Development Corporation

This grant provides project funding to Central Detroit Christian CDC to improve health and wellbeing of Detroit residents through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$45,000

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

GenesisHOPE

This grant provides project funding to Genesis Hope CDC to improve health and wellbeing of residents on Detroit’s east side through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$50,000

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance

This grant provides project funding to Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance to improve health and wellbeing of residents on Detroit’s west side through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$50,000

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

Brilliant Detroit

This grant provides project funding to Brilliant Detroit to improve health and well-being of residents on Detroit’s east side through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$50,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Mich.

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

Detroit Community Health Connection

This grant provides project funding to Detroit Community Health Connection, a federally qualified health center with three clinics across Detroit, to improve health and wellbeing of residents on Detroit’s east side through the Neighborhood Solutions for Health Equity initiative. View Website

Amount

$50,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

Detroit Health Department

A well-trained public health workforce is critical for protecting the public’s health --- particularly in the face of a global pandemic such as COVID-19. The 200 public health professionals in the Detroit Health Department (DHD) have been at the frontline of the COVID-19 response efforts in the city of Detroit. View Website

Amount

$100,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Detroit, Health

Focus Area

UPROSE Inc.

This grant will support UPROSE as they advocate for more equitable climate-resilience policies and investments to improve health and well-being for low-income, communities of color in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

Brooklyn, New York

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

West Harlem Environmental Action Inc.

This grant will support West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc. (WEACT) to implement a community-driven plan to address the health hazards of extreme heat for low-income, communities of color in northern Manhattan and throughout New York City. View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

New York, New York

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Go! Austin/Vamos! Austin

This grant will support Go Austin Vamos Austin (GAVA) to address the disproportionate impacts of flooding, heat and chronic health risks experienced by low-income communities of color in Southeast and North Central Austin. View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

Austin, Texas

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Eastside Community Network

This grant will support Eastside Community Network to implement a community-led vision for climate resilience, sustainability, and health protections for residents on the Lower Eastside of Detroit. View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, Michigan

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Partners for a Healthier Community

This grant will support Partners for a Healthier Community (dba Public Health Institute of Western Massachusetts, or PHIWM) and their partners as they pursue two policies prioritized by their community: the adoption of Community Choice Energy, and a requirement for the City of Springfield to apply a Race and Health Equity Impact Assessment on new developments, budgets and policies. View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

Springfield, Massachusetts

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Coalition for Environment, Equity and Resilience

This grant will support the Coalition for Environment, Equity and Resilience (CEER), an organization fiscally sponsored by Healthy Gulf, as they mobilize communities in the City of Houston to influence equitable implementation of the City’s Climate Action Plan (CAP). View Website

Amount

$600,000

Year

2021

Location

Houston, Texas

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Fairmount Indigo CDC Collaborative

This grant will support the Fairmont Indigo CDC Collaborative (FICC), a coalition fiscally sponsored by Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, to implement a community-driven campaign that will improve health outcomes and climate resilience in five Boston neighborhoods served by the FICC.

Amount

$600,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Boston, Massachusetts

Program

Environment, Health

Focus Area

Bread for the City Inc.

This grant will provide support for a community organizing campaign with residents in six public housing properties to address improving living and health conditions. View Website

Amount

$400,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Washington, D.C.

Program

Health

Focus Area

Community-Driven Solutions

Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement

This grant would support two streams of work led by the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI):  1) expanding housing interventions that improve health through Community Resource Hubs (CRH's), and 2) applying learnings from the pandemic to housing investments and policy changes. View Website

Amount

$399,966.84

Year

2021

Location

Atlanta, Georgia

Program

Health

Focus Area

Community-Driven Solutions

Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, Inc.

This grant will provide operations and construction project management support to the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network’s ongoing efforts to build the Detroit People’s Food Cooperative, a community owned cooperative food market in North Detroit, part of the $12 million mixed-use Detroit Food Commons that will expand access to healthy, sustainably grown food while building community ownership of long-term assets. View Website

Amount

$375,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Detroit, MI

Program

Health

Focus Area

Community-Driven Solutions

Black Sovereignty Food Coalition

Black Food Sovereignty Coalition

This grant will support Black Food Sovereignty Coalition’s development of its Black Food Economy Project and Community Co-Pack facility, by creating a local Black-owned network of food opportunities in Portland, OR, and the surrounding area. View Website

Amount

$50,000.00

Year

2021

Location

Portland, Oregon

Program

Focus Area

Community-Driven Solutions

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