• FosterMore
    $150,000 through May, 2024

    for FosterMore, a project of Entertainment Industry Foundation, to support their media campaign to recruit more foster caregivers, advocate for caregiver support, and strengthen the narrative about youth in foster care through the entertainment industry.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • United Way of Greater Atlanta Inc.
    $253,000 through April, 2023

    to conduct asset mapping of Atlanta's education and career readiness landscape to better support transition aged youth in foster care in reaching their education and career goals, and pilot the CareerReady ATL project.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • National Center for Youth Law
    $3,800,000 through March, 2025

    to support a collective impact campaign that will increase access to reproductive and sexual health care, economic assets/financial supports, improve wellbeing outcomes, and reduce unwanted pregnancies and child removals among foster youth in LA.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools
    $70,000 through May, 2024

    to support the Los Angeles County Foster Youth School Stability Transportation Study through the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: February, 2022
  • John Burton Advocates for Youth
    $1,500,000 through March, 2025

    to reform key systems that directly impact post-secondary education access and wellbeing for foster youth in Los Angeles County, specifically the housing & homelessness systems, K-12 education system, child welfare system, and post-secondary institutions.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: February, 2022
  • FOTC - Los Angeles
    $1,200,000 through November, 2024

    for the Fostering Resilience Project that provides mentoring and caregiver supports for Black youth in foster care in South Los Angeles.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2021
  • Good Shepherd Services
    $1,100,000 through December, 2023

    to support the Stepping Stones to Success program, which creates career and college opportunities for transition age foster youth in New York City.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2021
  • Childrens Defense Fund
    $2,450,000 through November, 2023

    to assess outcomes on foster TAY related to education, stability, and mental health as a result of a time-limited cash transfer in New York City.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2021
  • iFoster Inc.
    $3,000,000 through December, 2024

    to strengthen and expand the delivery of resources for transition aged youth through a robust resource portal, peer navigator system, and the design of a national well-being index.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2021
  • Coalition for Responsible Community Development
    $2,400,000 through November, 2024

    to increase the college and career readiness of youth aging out of foster care and to build out an alumni engagement and post-hire supports program for opportunity youth in South Los Angeles.

    Foster Youth USA Awarded: November, 2021