Recent grants

First Quarter 2015 Grants

Following is a list of priority area grants approved at the quarterly board meeting held on March 3, 2015.

Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

Plan International USA
$2.3 million over three years
To strengthen the Community-Led Action for Children model in Mozambique and Kenya.

Foster Youth

Research Foundation of the City University of New York
$2.5 million over four years
To support the City University of New York in establishing and enhancing college pathways that will increase graduation rates among foster youth.

Homelessness

Brilliant Corners
$2 million over two years
To support Breaking Barriers, a partnership with the LA County Probation Department to provide housing to prevent recidivism and long-term homelessness.

Housing Works
$600,000 over two years
To develop and implement innovative community integration and social enterprise programs for formerly chronically homeless persons.

Lamp, Inc.
$1.2 million over two years
To support the Coordinated Entry System (CES) in the Los Angeles County Metro Region, which allows providers to more efficiently match chronically homeless persons with supportive housing.

Safe Water

Stichting Akvo
$750,000 over 18 months
To support the development of a dashboard that provides visualizations of geo-referenced data in real time for reporting on a diverse set of impact and performance indicators.