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Sankofa CDC works to increase access to fresh healthy produce and educate residents about the importance of growing and consuming healthy foods.
This grant helps mobilize and support a network of nonprofit organizations that are working to directly serve individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially nonprofits that support
This grant supports efforts to reduce the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Orleans by providing grants to gig economy workers (Gig Economy Relief Fund) who have been d
This initial 6-month grant to PolicyLink will support the partnership with the Kresge Human Services Program, PolicyLink, and Leadership for a Networked World to co-lead an initial effort to assess
This grant will extend Kresge’s support of the Convergence Partnership, a national multi-funder collaborative that invests in community power and leadership to address structural and institutional
This grant will support ProInspire’s effort to build a community of practice and leadership cohort for CEOs of color in Kresge’s Human Services and Arts & Culture portfolios.
The mission of Tulane University is to create, communicate and conserve knowledge in order to enrich the capacity of individuals, organizations and communities to think, to learn and to act and lea
The Institute for College Access & Success is a trusted source of research, design, and advocacy for student-centered public policies that promote affordability, accountability, and equity in h
This grant will support the Center to Advance Community Health & Equity (CACHE) to advance evidenceinformed technical assistance across the health and community development sectors to better al
This grant will renew Kresge’s support of the Amplify Fund, which supports equitable development and community-power building in eight cities and states. Amplify intentionally works in p
This grant amendement will allow for the retention of Policy Link's Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development team and the continuation of an artist-in-residence project with New Orleans spoken
This graant amendment will support Greater New Orleans Foundation in its Water Wise Gulf South project in response to additional technology needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This grant amendment will allow the organization to continue its design justice work on a series of Creative Placemaking projects launched before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adaptation Health is a buyer-side incubator program developing and building thought leadership and value on behalf of State Medicaid programs and Managed Care Organizations. Thi
This two-year project support grant will allow Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment to develop and administer the Grassroots Leaders Fund, a two-year regranting and capacity building
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