• The Zambia Association of Sisterhoods
    $580,000 through December, 2022

    To strengthen the livelihood resilience of vulnerable and marginalized communities by congregations in targeted areas through capacity building training.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Aquaya Institute
    $25,000 through May, 2020

    to conduct a landscape review on big data initiatives for safe water.

    Safe Water International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Bethel LA Community Development Corporation
    $50,000 through May, 2020

    to provide capacity support to Bethel LA around efforts to support individuals experiencing homelessness in South LA.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2019
  • L.A. Family Housing Corporation
    $700,000 through November, 2021

    To support a senior housing pilot project to enhance the range of services provided to chronically homeless seniors in the San Fernando Valley and prevent older adults facing housing insecurity from entering the homeless system altogether.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: November, 2019
  • Nevada P E P, Inc.
    $100,000 through November, 2020

    For general operating support.

    USA Awarded: November, 2019
  • LifeNet International
    $1,500,000 through December, 2022

    To continue and expand health service quality improvement in Uganda and Malawi.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: November, 2019
  • The Association of the Consecrated Women in Eastern and Central Africa
    $950,000 through December, 2022

    To develop a regional formation program for Catholic Sisters.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: November, 2019
  • Baptist Community Ministries
    $210,000 through December, 2021

    to support an Opportunity Youth Hospitality Pathways Fellow and a Data Expert, both of whom will drive collaboration across the nonprofit, education, private, and public sectors to reduce numbers of opportunity youth in New Orleans.

    Hospitality Workforce Development USA Awarded: November, 2019
  • Insight Center for Community Economic Development
    $300,000 through December, 2021

    to support research on improving the quality of entry level jobs, including the impact of technology, in the New Orleans hospitality industry.

    Hospitality Workforce Development USA Awarded: November, 2019
  • New Orleans Youth Alliance
    $230,000 through December, 2021

    to support the NOYA Youth Leadership Fellowship that prepares young people to participate in decisions that impact youth in New Orleans.

    Hospitality Workforce Development USA Awarded: November, 2019