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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The institute addresses the primary causes of health disparities in low-income communities.
The department designs and delivers community health services and programs and serves as the lead agency for the Food to Families initiative, which is aimed at reducing the risk of obesity, improvi
The national intermediary engages traditionally marginalized populations and their leaders in building an ecosystem of grass-roots organizations that share values, respond to community needs, advan
Through its diverse programs and projects, the institute addresses emerging public health issues and solutions, and fosters innovation to meet today’s most significant public health challenge
The national organization seeks to build an inclusive green economy while reducing environmental harm and increasing large-scale employment opportunities for disadvantaged communities.
The multiservice organization provides housing, employment and education programs for youth exiting foster care to help them build the skills to make a successful transition to self-sufficiency and
The national research and action institute focuses on advancing economic and social equity.
The national intermediary engages traditionally marginalized populations and their leaders in building an ecosystem of grassroots organizations that share values, respond to community needs, advanc
The agency oversees the planning, coordination and financing of transportation in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.
The independent organization is dedicated to promoting health, well-being and quality of life for people in California and the nation. This grant funds the launch of the U.S.
The organization’s innovative approach leverages the resourcefulness, drive and self-determination of families as they work together for more prosperous lives.
Headquartered in Oakland's inner city, the federally qualified health center provides medical care and support services to low-income and minority residents at 31 sites in three counties.
The national reform network seeks to increase the academic success of community college students, particularly low-income and underrepresented students.
The organization is pursuing a new model for historical house museums by reframing its work to focus on the residents of the Fruitvale District and promoting a sense of pride and identity.
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