• Brilliant Corners
    $4,000,000 through May, 2024

    to advance strategic planning and leverage public investment within Los Angeles County's Housing for Health and the Office of Diversion and Reentry to support people experiencing and at-risk of homelessness.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Catholic Relief Services
    $4,275,000 through May, 2025

    To equip local faith-based leaders and organizations to deliver quality ECD services and strengthen inter-faith networks in Kenya, Mozambique, and Tanzania, with a targeted impact for 19,800 caregivers.

    Global Early Childhood Development International Awarded: May, 2022
  • Stanford University Graduate School of Education
    $3,970,000 through May, 2025

    To elevate parent voices for regional (Los Angeles County) and statewide decision-making through launching a monthly statewide parent need survey for families with young children.

    Global Early Childhood Development USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • United Way Inc.
    $10,400,000 through June, 2025

    to support direct investments in physical infrastructure and service delivery in faith and community-based organizations and targeted daytime/shelter service locations, and oversee implementation and evaluation.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Jobs for the Future Inc.
    $2,570,000 through June, 2025

    to support the High Roads Training Fund, a public-private partnership that supports the creation of High Roads Training Partnerships as a strategy to tie worker training to job quality.

    Opportunity Youth USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company
    $3,300,000 through August, 2025

    to support and expand the Global Sisters Report, an online publishing and exchange platform dedicated to sharing stories for and about Catholic sisters and their mission, across congregations, countries, and the global sisterhood.

    Catholic Sisters International Awarded: May, 2022
  • The Regents of the University of California
    $4,500,000 through June, 2025

    to support the California Policy Lab (CPL) in improving performance metrics to drive data-driven decision-making and advancing knowledge in predictive modeling and prevention strategies for individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles
    $2,195,000 through May, 2025

    To expand the two-generational Early Learning Readiness program for 2,250 children and families.

    Global Early Childhood Development USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
    $2,000,000 through June, 2025

    to support the Homeless Policy Research Institute's (HPRI) research agenda in alignment with Strategy 25, around preventing and ending homelessness in Los Angeles County.

    Homelessness USA Awarded: May, 2022
  • Unite-La Inc.
    $1,725,000 through May, 2025

    To support young children and families at Educare's early care and learning demonstration site and to conduct a landscape analysis of the needs of pregnant and parenting young students in Los Angeles County.

    Global Early Childhood Development USA Awarded: May, 2022