Grant Recipients

128 Results

National Center for Youth Law

Awarded: 11/1/2017

$600,000 over 4 years

To support FosterEd: California to improve the education outcomes of youth who are in foster care, involved in the juvenile justice system, or homeless in two areas of California; and ...

Research Foundation of the City University of New York

Awarded: 10/1/2017

$22,400 over 2 years

To support a Lancet Commission to examine the effects of the Trump administration’s proposed and enacted policies on health and health care, particularly of vulnerable populations of children and families.

National Academy of Sciences

Awarded: 7/15/2017

$100,000 over 1 year

To assist state leaders in developing plans to strengthen the early childhood workforce and develop strategic partnerships with national funders, organizations that serve young children, and state and national policymakers ...

Fund for Public Health in NYC

Awarded: 7/1/2017

$750,000 over 3 years

To increase access to comprehensive reproductive health services at NYC public high schools and foster care agencies to reduce unintended pregnancies among at-risk teens.

Tides Center

Awarded: 6/1/2017

$500,000 over 19 months

To test Project Evident, a technical assistance platform that helps organizations serving vulnerable populations prove their effectiveness and build evidence for further funding for replication and scale. 

Media & Policy Center Foundation of California

Awarded: 3/15/2017

$100,000 over 19.5 months

To support the development of “Our Kids,” a documentary series on PBS that will educate the general public about the widening disparity of opportunities between children from highly educated and ...

National Academy of Sciences

Awarded: 3/1/2017

$100,000 over 26 months

To support an ad hoc committee of experts to conduct a consensus study that includes (1) the costs of child poverty in the United States, (2) the effectiveness of current ...

Chapin Hall Center for Children

Awarded: 1/1/2017

$2,500,000 over 4 years

To support two additional cohorts of the Doris Duke Fellowships for the Promotion of Child Well-being.

Children's Bureau of Southern California

Awarded: 1/1/2017

$1,000,000 over 3 years

To renew support for the expansion of the Magnolia Community Initiative, an approach for improving population well-being at a community scale, to a broader network. 

Community Solutions

Awarded: 1/1/2017

$1,000,000 over 3 years

To renew support for a “backbone” infrastructure for coordinated service delivery to drive accountability for program implementation and evaluate activities to measure improvements in the lives of children and families ...

Boston Medical Center

Awarded: 1/1/2017

$1,000,000 over 3 years

To renew support for the implementation of the Vital Village Community Network, a network of residents and organizations committed to maximizing child, family and community well-being in three low-income Boston ...

Denver Indian Family Resource Center

Awarded: 11/1/2016

$50,000 over 1 year

To support the provision of trauma-informed and culturally-responsive intensive case management services to 40 vulnerable American Indian/Alaska Native children and families in the Denver metro area.