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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant will support a partnership between the Human Services Program and the NDWA to advance alternative pathways to social and economic mobility for families with mixed-legal status.
This grant will support Drexel University's Lindy Institute to analyze how Creative Placemaking activities are financed and to offer insights of COVID-19’s impact on arts communities throughout the
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors' mission is to help donors create thoughtful, effective philanthropy throughout the world. This 18-month grant supports the College Promise Campaign’s pr
U3 Advisors is a nationally-recognized consulting practice that provides real estate, economic, and community development solutions for anchor institutions and their surrounding communities. T
MDC is a national nonprofit that helps organizations and communities close the gaps that separate people from opportunity.
This financial amendment will allow the Coalition of Communities of Color to shift approaches in response to COVID-19 by extending the planning grant period by six months and providing additional f
This grant amendment will extend the planning grant period for West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc.
This grant amendment will extend the planning grant period for Partnership for Southern Equity by six months and provide additional funds to complete the planning phase of their work though Kresge’
This financial amendment will extend the planning grant period for Homewood Children's Village by six months and
This grant support efforts to re-enroll and graduate the 36 million “comebacker” students, who have some college credit but no degree, and who will increasingly seek additional education and t
This grant amendment will provide operations support as EcoDistricts works to deliver technical assistance and virtual convenings amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
This grant amendment will support Environmental Community Action (Eco-Action) to transform its environmental education and advocacy training program into an online course.
This grant amendment provides
The national community development and revitalization organization works through 30 local offices in 25 states to assist community-based organizations in accessing financial capital, expertise, and
Opportunity Finance Network (OFN) is the leading national network of community development financial institutions (CDFIs), mission-driven lenders that align capital with social and economic justice
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