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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This financial amendment will extend the planning grant period for Homewood Children's Village by six months and
Education Commission of the States (ECS) partners with education policy leaders to address issues by sharing resources and expertise. This two-year grant supports ECS's scaling of develo
This planning grant will enable Homewood Children’s Village (HCV) to support community engagement and implement policy changes that advance climate, health, and equity across three communities in P
Education Commission of the States (ECS) partners with education policy leaders to address issues by sharing resources and expertise.
Education Commission of the States (ECS) partners with education policy leaders to address issues by sharing resources and expertise. This grant adds another scaling site to the initial cohort
California’s community colleges comprise the nation’s largest higher education system with 114 community colleges serving 2.1 million students. This grant builds the capacity of the California
This grant will support a partnership between the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and the University of Pittsburgh to implement and evaluate the use of AdmitHub’s chatbot to improve
The fund provides scholarships to Native American students and supports the country’s tribal colleges and universities.
The foundation serves California’s 110 community colleges, providing resource development and advancement, program and grant management, system-wide purchasing, financial services, information-tech
The MetroLab Network, hosted at Carnegie Mellon University, is a group of more than 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics, and innovation to city government.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges serves California’s 112 community colleges, providing resource development and advancement, program and grant management, system-wide purchasing, fi
This grant will help The Point CDC strengthen the physical and social resilience of low-income neighborhoods in the South Bronx Significant Maritime and Industrial Area.
This grant will help the Local Government Commission deepen and diversify the emerging climate adaptation field by organizing and hosting the second biennial California Adaptation Forum. The L
The foundation is part of a collaborative known as Mile High Connects, which to promote equitable transit-oriented development through the Denver region's $7.8 billion FasTracks project, one of the
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