• REDF
    $2,500,000 through May, 2025

    to better integrate employment within efforts to end homelessness by offering employment in social enterprises and complementary supports in Los Angeles County to over 700 individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness and opportunity youth.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Norwegian Refugee Council, USA
    $9,000,000 through May, 2025

    To support two-generation youth livelihoods (8,600 youth) and early childhood development programming (6,000 children) in Colombia, Ecuador, and Uganda.

    Homelessness International Awarded: May, 2022
  • Mercy Corps
    $6,000,000 through June, 2025

    To support 10,000 Venezuelan and Colombian youth access employment and leadership opportunities in Cartagena, Medellin, and Valledupar.

    Homelessness International Awarded: May, 2022
  • Abundant Housing LA Education Fund
    $1,750,000 through May, 2025

    to expand advocacy capacity to train Los Angeles County residents in housing issues that support housing construction and development.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Mercy Corps
    $3,300,000 through June, 2025

    To create, match, and improve work and educational opportunities for 7,700 refugees and 3,300 host community members in Uganda through product and service innovations in jobtech platforms.

    Homelessness International Awarded: May, 2022
  • The Task Force for Global Health, Inc.
    $15,500,000 through December, 2027

    To support an Avoidable Blindness fund that will help fulfill the Foundation’s commitment to trachoma elimination in Mali, Niger, and Tanzania, and see the completion of the Cameroon Cataract Performance Bond.

    Avoidable Blindness International Awarded: May, 2022
  • Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc.
    $1,000,000 through May, 2023

    for continued support to Grantmakers for Girls of Color.

    Equity Fund USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Fathers of St Edmund Southern Missions, Inc.
    $1,600,000 through May, 2025

    to provide 410 under-served youth and young adults in Selma, Alabama with academic support and career planning through The Academy and begin vocational training through the new Hilton Culinary Entrepreneurship Program.

    Catholic Sisters USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • REDF
    $300,000 through May, 2025

    to better integrate employment within efforts to end homelessness by offering employment in social enterprises and complementary supports in Los Angeles County to over 700 individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness and opportunity youth.

    Opportunity Youth USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • The Khana Group, LLC
    $150,000 through March, 2023

    to provide technical MEL support to 5 - 10 Catholic Sister Initiative grantees working in West Africa.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022