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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant amendment will extend the planning grant period for Partnership for Southern Equity by six months and provide additional funds to complete the planning phase of their work though Kresge’
This grant amendment enables the Detroit College Access Network (DCAN) to expand its partnership with GetSchooled to provide additional coll
This grant amendment will support Environmental Community Action (Eco-Action) to transform its environmental education and advocacy training program into an online course.
This grant amendment will support Healthy Schools Campaign’s ongoing work to transform Chicago schoolyards into shared green spaces for learning, while reducing neighborhood flooding through the us
This financial amendment funds the Michigan College Access Network’s COVID-19 Response Grants, which provide up to $10,000 each to schools, organizations and communities throughout the state to mit
This grant provides project support to Michigan Nonprofit Association for the work of a collaborative of five intermediaries to address the needs of Southeast Michigan nonprofits as they face new a
Since 2015, Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange (Exchange), a network of more than 60 municipal leaders, has been working to achieve more equitable green stormwater infrastructure de
The National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC Foundation) was established to help mobilize philanthropic and private-sector resources to support the Centers for Di
This project support grant advances Center for Neighborhood Technology’s research to document the impact of green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) on property values across U.S.
This grant for project support advances the Healthy Schools Campaign’s (HSC) Space to Grow initiative, a public-private partnership designed to bring green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) to school
The foundation provides capacity-building services to the Atlanta arts and cultural community.
The university’s Office of Civic Engagement is a leading urban research institution working to improve the quality of life for residents of the Mid-South Side of Chicago through research, free-stan
Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) is a statewide membership organization with a mission to serve nonprofits to advance their missions. This grant provides three years of general operating s
The American Planning Association (APA) provides leadership in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and
The foundation supports research activities at George State University by securing grant financing and obtaining contracts for the performance of sponsored research, development or other programs,
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