We are an institution that is deeply committed to sharing the lessons that result from our work with grantees and partners through storytelling, research and convenings.
Our programs seek to expand opportunity for low-income people so they can gain the tools and supports needed to lead self-determined lives and join the economic mainstream.
We deploy an array of grantmaking and social investing tools – usually in partnership with nonprofit, public, private and philanthropic organizations – to address society’s most intractable problems.
We are a private, national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grantmaking and social investing in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and community development in Detroit.
A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The internationally recognized presenter of performing arts supports a broad array of local, national, and international artists through two annual, concurrent 16-day festivals throughout the city.
A leading innovator in the financing of neighborhood revitalization, the fund manages a capital base of $567 million, which it deploys as loans, equity, and alternative financing for housing, commu
UNITE-LA provides minority and low-income Los Angeles high school students with the information and assistance they need to apply for college financial aid.
Through its Neighborhood Academic Initiative, a comprehensive six-year college-preparatory program for low-income and minority students in the seventh through 12th grade, the university offers youn
The alliance uses research, organizing, coalition-building, policy advocacy, and communications to achieve its mission of transforming the economy and the environment.
Based at Occidental College, the institute encompasses multiple centers and programs focused on social-change issues involving food, housing, pollution, and migration policy.
Housed at the university’s Keck School of Medicine, the Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center spearheads research on traffic-related health impacts.
The center has been working on Skid Row for 30 years to increase opportunities and provide basic-needs support for chronically homeless and very low-income women.
The organization provides housing and specialized support services to people living with AIDS, including homeless, low-income, minority and formerly incarcerated individuals.
As Pennsylvania’s largest single point of entry into higher education for minorities, it offers targeted programs to help students prepare for college and complete their education or training
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