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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant supports the community-based grantmaking of the Mid-South COVID-19 Regional Response Fund. The foundation works to strengthen the community through philanthropy.
This grant provides support towards the urgent health-related needs in the areas of testing, lab processing, and tracking for healthcare entities and high-risk groups in the city of Detroit as a re
This grant helps mobilize and support a network of nonprofit organizations that are working to directly serve individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially nonprofits that support
This grant rapidly deploys resources to community-based organizations that are offering emergency relief to vulnerable populations, including seniors, children and low-income families, impacte
This grant will be used to expand the department's efforts to reach the LatinX, immigrant and refugee populations in Rhode Island who are impacted by the coronavirus.
This grant will extend Kresge’s support of the Convergence Partnership, a national multi-funder collaborative that invests in community power and leadership to address structural and institutional
This grant will support DAISA as the FreshLo national program office through the completion of the initiative in 2021. DAISA Enterprises works at the nexus of food, health, and community
This grant will support Public Advocates Inc.
This grant will support the ongoing work of the Funders Forum on Accountable Health, which is a learning collaborative of private philanthropies and federal agencies supporting multi-sector ap
This grant supports the Hannan Center’s efforts to develop the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Community Navigator Program in Detroit.
This grant supports field building strategies for Equitable Food Oriented Development (EFOD).
This grant will enable Grantmakers in Health to establish a technical assistance platform and enable direct guidance to funders who are working on climate justice, environmental health an
This grant will support the Center to Advance Community Health & Equity (CACHE) to advance evidenceinformed technical assistance across the health and community development sectors to better al
This grant will support the National Farm to School Network to change food purchasing and education policy and practice in schools and early care and education settings to support strong and just f
This grant will renew Kresge’s support of the Amplify Fund, which supports equitable development and community-power building in eight cities and states. Amplify intentionally works in p
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