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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.
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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
Net Impact is a global network of more than 100,000 students and professionals and works to develop impact-oriented leaders across the globe.
The institute supports nonprofit resource mobilization and sustainability in South Africa and neighboring countries. This financial amendment to Inyathelo covers the costs of managin
This grant will provide general operating support for the Build Healthy Places Network, one of the nation's first and most prominent organizations dedicated to fostering collaboration between the c
This renewal grant will support Pacific Forest Trust (PFT) in developing a model for improving water security through investments in natural infrastructure.
This grant provides project support to Chinatown Community Development Center for the expansion of its culturally relevant Creative Placemaking activities.
CollegeSpring partners with schools and community organizations to help students from low-income backgrounds raise their SAT scores, navigate college admissions and financial aid and pursue college
Since 2005, Inyathelo has managed Kresge’s $10.5 million Special Initiative in South Africa, which sought to build the private advancement capacity at five large teaching institutions.
Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) is a community development financial institution (CDFI) that channels private capital into communities to support affordable housing and community facilities such
The organization works to support and grow a community of biodiversity grantmakers that pursues complementary and collaborative strategies and a series of programs.
Juma strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education, and financial capability for youth across America.
New Door Ventures prepares disconnected youth for work and life through skill-building, individual support and jobs that enable youth to discover and achieve their potential.
The grassroots environmental organization influences public policy through community activism, public education, lobbying and litigation, and is the lead partner and fiscal sponsor of th
The Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) works with communities across the country to influence policy, mobilize communities and strengthen programs to improve the health of Asian
The Low Income Investment Fund is a steward for capital invested in community-building initiatives that provides a bridge between private capital markets and low income neighborhoods.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation initiative works to improve collaborations between community development and the public health and health care sectors.
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