• Catholic Church Extension Society of USA
    $3,625,000 through December, 2024

    to support the US-Latin America Sisters Exchange Program (USLASEP), enabling Latina Sisters to obtain graduate degrees while serving vulnerable communities in Mission Dioceses across the US.

    Catholic Sisters USA Awarded: May, 2021
  • Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate
    $685,000 through May, 2023

    to conduct research on aging sisters in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia and Mexico and propose practical and innovative activities and programs that will support Religious Institutes in these countries to care for their elderly sisters.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: May, 2021
  • International Union of Superiors General
    $4,500,000 through May, 2024

    to continue support for the education and training of sisters in interculturality, anti-human trafficking, canon law and theology and to provide ongoing pandemic support for Catholic sisters.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: May, 2021
  • Congregation of Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
    $1,800,000 through May, 2024

    to reinforce and expand the Catholic Sisters Inter-Congregational Network for Migrants and Economic Empowerment across the US and Mexico.

    Catholic Sisters USA Awarded: May, 2021
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.
    $900,000 through December, 2022

    To the Mayors Migration Council to support mayors and city leadership in Addis Ababa, Kampala, Medellin, and Quito to provide COVID-19 support for refugees and migrants, and to elevate their work in global fora.

    International Awarded: May, 2021
  • Sesame Workshop
    $2,200,000 through December, 2022

    To increase inclusion and appreciation for diversity among young children, caregivers, and early education practitioners in contexts affected by migration and displacement.

    International Awarded: May, 2021
  • Ascend at the Aspen Institute
    $4,095,000 through December, 2023

    For Ascend at The Aspen Institute to advance two generation policies and programs that address the needs of both young children and young parents.

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS USA Awarded: May, 2021
  • Public Health Institute
    $3,750,000 through May, 2022

    to support accelerating the equitable vaccine roll-out in California, a coordinated response by Together Through Health.

    Partnerships USA Awarded: May, 2021
  • Africa Public Health Foundation
    $2,750,000 through May, 2022

    to support accelerating the Africa CDC COVID-19 equitable vaccine roll-out, a coordinated response by the African Donor Collective.

    Partnerships International Awarded: May, 2021
  • The Jesuit Conference of Africa and Madagascar
    $1,570,000 through May, 2023

    to improve access to and completion of education for girls in Kenya, Uganda, and Zambia.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: May, 2021