• Sankofa Consulting
    $150,000 through March, 2023

    to provide technical MEL support to 3 - 5 Catholic Sister Initiative grantees working in North America.

    Catholic Sisters USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • Veritas University, Abuja LTDGTE
    $60,000 through September, 2022

    to research, identify and map Catholic sister-led organizations and/or programs that focus on enabling long-term self-sufficiency of children, youth aged 15-25, and families in Nigeria.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022
  • BLE Solutions, LLC
    $1,500,000 through March, 2027

    to serve as the Strategic Evaluation Partner for the Catholic Sisters Initiative.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022
  • The University of Fondwa USA Inc.
    $75,000 through June, 2022

    to conduct a needs assessment of the Association of Indigenous Religious Communities, including a map of its members and ministries in Haiti, and develop a capacity-building plan and grant proposal through the Father Joseph Network.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Education Sub-Saharan Africa
    $1,500,000 through April, 2024

    to strengthen and expand ECD research emanating from East and Southern Africa and support its use to inform ECD implementation in Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Rand Corporation
    $200,000 through March, 2023

    to build out a first-of-its-kind housing inventory database prototype in an effort to further the housing gaps and needs analysis and research for Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Inc.
    $650,000 through March, 2024

    to support the pediatric associations of Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, to further advance ECD in policy, practice, and service in East and Southern Africa.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Strategic Connections Limited
    $150,000 through March, 2023

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

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Public Works Alliance
    $100,000 through March, 2023

    to support their work in advocating for the Emergency Medical Corps training program.

    Opportunity Youth USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • CCF Community Initiatives Fund
    $100,000 through March, 2024

    to increase coverage by the LA Times on the importance of supporting early childhood development via support for a pooled fund managed by the LA Partnership for Early Childhood Investment.

    Global Early Childhood Development USA Awarded: March, 2022