• Graham-Windham
    $1,830,000 through October, 2025

    to pilot the Graham Fair Futures coaching model with middle school children, and peer mentoring to middle and high school youth, and create on-ramps for workforce readiness for foster youth in New York City

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Brilliant Corners
    $3,770,000 through November, 2025

    to support a partnership with Los Angeles County's Department of Health Services and the Department of Public Health to pilot and refine an expanded service model for clients with substance use needs in supportive housing

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • United Way Inc.
    $6,500,000 through November, 2024

    to develop and deploy a series of market level workforce solutions that expand recruitment, increase retention, and improve operational capacity within the homeless service sector in Los Angeles County

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Think of Us
    $3,000,000 through December, 2025

    to support the Center for Lived Experience in building advocacy infrastructure, grounded by data, that elevates the voices of people with lived experience to policymakers in order to transform child welfare

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • National Center for Youth Law
    $1,800,000 through November, 2024

    to support the Compassionate Ed Systems and Collaborative Responses to Commercial Sexual Exploitation Initiative to transform county-wide systems and improve experiences and outcomes of youth in foster care and experiencing commercial sexual exploitation

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Beloved Community
    $2,500,000 through December, 2025

    to support the Equity at Work Hospitality project, an employer engagement effort to recruit and retain young workers into the hospitality industry

    Opportunity Youth USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
    $1,750,000 through November, 2025

    to strengthen the national effort to end youth homelessness by providing legal analysis, education and litigation to unhoused youth as well as organizations and coalitions working to end youth homelessness

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
    $2,825,000 through December, 2025

    to support the development of federal policies related to implementing housing access for people experiencing homelessness

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Anthos Home
    $2,000,000 through October, 2024

    for Anthos Home, a project of FJC, to replicate the Flexible Housing Subsidy Pool model to support youth exiting foster care in housing acquisition, lease-up, and housing stability in New York City

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2022
  • Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
    $1,990,000 through September, 2024

    to enable the Catholic Sisters Collaborative for Community Empowerment in Haiti to provide quality economic and human development services to 75,000 vulnerable children, women, and families in rural and marginalized areas of Haiti.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: October, 2022