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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.
We are a private, national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grantmaking and social investing in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and community development in Detroit.
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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 broad-based coalition of business, labor, ethnic, religious and civic organizations works to ensure that California’s next generation of students has the opportunity to attend college and
Working side by side with utilities, operators of electric-transmission grids, regulators and other stakeholders, the organization aims to bring wind power to market in the Midwest.
The private liberal-arts college serves a diverse student body on an urban campus.
The independent community health center works to eliminate health disparities and foster community well-being by providing and promoting the highest quality care through a network of 10 Federally Q
The media organization is the largest owner and operator of public radio stations and a premier producer and distributor of public radio programming, including "Marketplace," which attrac
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