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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This financial amendment will allow the Fairmount Indigo CDC Collaborative to shift approaches in response to COVID-19 by extending the planning grant period by six months and providing additional
This financial amendment will extend the planning grant period for UPROSE, Inc.
This grant will enable Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) to expand their network of hospitals and health systems working to build climate resilience. This grant is one of 15 made in the Climate
This grant will enable UPROSE to develop a Green Resiliency Industrial District (GRID) that will promote climate resilience and community health in land-use planning and implementation in the
This planning grant will enable the Fairmount Indigo CDC Collaborative (FICC), a coalition fiscally sponsored by Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, to build the capacity of low-income
This grant will help launch the Energy Justice Institute, designed to provide city and state policymakers with policy frameworks and tools that foreground equity in the transition to renewable ener
This grant will renew funding to UPROSE to support the expansion and implementation of core activities of the Sunset Park Climate Justice Center.
Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) works to transform the health sector worldwide so that it becomes ecologically sustainable and a leading advocate for environmental health and justice across the glo
This grant supports support six colleges and universities to develop climate resilience plans that address both campus and community needs. Second Nature will lead the Climate Resilience
This grant will support the Sunset Park Climate Justice Center in its efforts to expand grassroots-led climate adaptation, mitigation, and community-resiliency projects in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
This grant will help Health Care Without Harm provide continued leadership in embedding environmental sustainability and climate resilience practices into the operations of the healthcare system in
The advocacy organization works with companies and investors to integrate sustainability into day-to-day business practices to improve the health of the planet and its inhabitants.
The South Brooklyn community development organization works to advance economic and social justice and build vibrant, diverse communities where residents have opportunities to achieve their goals a
The U.S.-based international relief and development organization, one of 14 affiliates worldwide, works to create lasting solutions to poverty, hunger and injustice.
The consulting firm specializes in strategy, evaluation and research to help organizations and companies create greater, more effective social change.
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