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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
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 grant amendment will enable Springboard for the Arts to continue efforts to support artists who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
This project grant supports the evolution of PolicyLink's Arts, Culture and Equitable Development initiative, launched five years ago, to integrate arts and culture into PolicyLink’s programs.
Designing Justice + Designing Spaces is an architecture and real estate development nonprofit working to end mass incarceration by building infrastructure that addresses its root cau
CEL Education Fund (also known as CultureStrike) supports artist fellowships, convenings and project incubation, as well as arts integration training for organizations focused on climate, immigrati
East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC) is a nonprofit community development organization celebrating 40 years of building healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the g
This grant amendement will support PolicyLink in the second phase of the Social Cohesion, Arts and Culture and Health Equity project.
This grant provides general operating support to expand Springboard of the Arts’ Creative Placemaking activities, develop tools, and advance the practice of Creative Placemaking.
This three-year project grant will support phase two of PolicyLink's Arts, Culture and Equitable Development initiative.
Springboard works to build stronger, more vibrant communities, neighborhoods and economies by providing artists with essential skills, information and services and integrating artistic individuals
The national research and action institute focuses on advancing economic and social equity.
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 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.
Each year, award-winning Youth Radio provides broadcast and production training to low-income youth who create original, high-quality media content for local and national outlets, both mainstream a
With its focus on art, history and the natural environment, the museum imparts an understanding of the state and its global impact to both residents and visitors.
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