• City of Long Beach
    $1,500,000 through April, 2025

    to support the Office of Youth Development at the Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services to serve opportunity youth.

    Opportunity Youth USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • Social Venture Partners Los Angeles Inc.
    $2,300,000 through March, 2026

    to host the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Policy & Systems Change Fellowship program, recruiting a new generation of public sector leaders to prevent and end homelessness across Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: March, 2022
  • YouthBuild México, A.C.
    $3,100,000 through March, 2025

    to create a multipronged approach to youth employment in Mexico City, including direct service, collaboration and advocacy on behalf of opportunity youth.

    Opportunity Youth International Awarded: March, 2022
  • BRAC USA, Inc.
    $5,600,000 through March, 2025

    To support the scaling up of integrated two-generational programming for refugee and host communities in Uganda.

    Opportunity Youth International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Marywood University
    $11,000,000 through March, 2025

    to implement Phase VI of the Sisters Leadership Development Initiative in ten countries in Africa and establish an investment fund for Sister’s education.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Catholic Charities of Los Angeles
    $3,000,000 through March, 2025

    to collaborate with Catholic sisters in providing 325 youth experiencing disadvantage with career development and supportive services through Archdiocesan Youth Employment (AYE); and to measure the impact of these services.

    Catholic Sisters USA Awarded: March, 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
  • D-Tree International Inc.
    $1,800,000 through March, 2024

    To strengthen the national digital community health ECD program in Zanzibar and scale to Mainland Tanzania.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: March, 2022
  • United States Fund for UNICEF
    $7,000,000 through March, 2025

    To embed ECD within existing systems and service delivery mechanisms at national and sub-national levels in Kenya, Tanzania, and Mozambique, and to provide global and regional leadership and technical guidance on ECD.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: March, 2022
  • Episcopal Relief and Development
    $3,000,000 through November, 2024

    To equip faith leaders and community stakeholders with the skills to support holistic early childhood development and advance advocacy efforts to support ECD services through an interfaith platform in Kenya and Mozambique.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: March, 2022