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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
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
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 provides
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
The Enterprise Center Community Development Corporation's (TEC-CDC) mission is catalyze benefits for businesses and residents that spark community revitalization and to cultivate and invest in mino
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
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 Common Market is a nonprofit local food distributor with a mission to connect communities with good food from sustainable family farms. This grant will enable Common Market to replica
Graduate! Network, Inc.
Reinvestment Fund (RF) is a nonprofit community development financial institution (CDFI) with a mission of building wealth and opportunity for low-income communities through socially and environmen
The Creative Placemaking organization partners with city agencies to promote awareness of the use of public art and its impact on equitable community development.
The Village of Arts and Humanities is a national leader in equitable Creative Placemaking.
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