Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade - Black United Fund Inc.$1,605,000 through May, 2026
for continued support to train, place, and advance opportunity youth in South Los Angeles into middle-wage employment
United Way Inc.$8,500,000 through June, 2026
to support the homeless response system in achieving operational excellence and expanding upstream solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County
Swahilipot Hub Foundation$2,550,000 through December, 2026
to support a system of youth hubs, case management, and career pathways services in Mombasa, Kenya
New Venture Fund$77,500 through March, 2026
for continued support to the Philanthropic Policy Leaders' learning community, to deepen philanthropic policy and advocacy professionals’ knowledge of tools, frameworks, and approaches to advocacy and systems change.
California Community Foundation$39,000 through October, 2023
to support a study of actualized cost data from Intensive Case Management Services (ICMS) providers in Los Angeles County to examine the real cost of providing ICMS
Corporation for Supportive Housing$5,000,000 through March, 2026
to support a multifaceted plan to address chronic homelessness in Los Angeles County through increasing access to and development of supportive housing, increased alignment with healthcare systems and statewide policy advocacy
New Yorkers for Children, Inc.$3,600,000 through March, 2026
to support a project to study, pilot and expand models to improve placement stability, mental health and wraparound support for transition-aged foster youth and caregivers in New York City
The Center for Fair Futures$1,680,000 through March, 2026
for The Center for Fair Futures, a project of the Fund of the City of New York Inc., to expand implementation, TA, and evaluation; and launch an innovation arm to identify gaps and pilot transition-aged youth-wellbeing projects alongside youth leaders
Network for Empowered Aid Response$1,500,000 through March, 2026
For Network for Empowered Aid Response to support Local Leadership Labs, which will surface solutions and data towards the shared global goal of influencing funding flows and policy decisions to better resource local actors, co-led with CIVICUS.
Civicus World Alliance for Citizen Participation Inc.$1,500,000 through March, 2026
To support solutions oriented Local Leadership Labs, which will surface solutions towards the shared global goal of influencing funding flows and policy decisions to better resource local actors.
Our grantmaking in 2023$19,280,000 awarded through March 2023
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This amount represents grantmaking within our Foster Youth programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Homelessness programAbout Program
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