Search Our Grants And Awards

Click here to see a list of the Foundation’s grants in response to the current COVID-19 crisis.

    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 1-25 of 203

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Greater Houston Community FoundationHuman Rights$250,0002022for Houston in Action’s Youth Justice Transformation Work
    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$300,0002022for Women on the Rise
    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$100,0002022for the Movement for Family Power to repeal the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA)
    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$30,0002022for WOTR Leadership Capacity
    Rockefeller Family FundHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$75,0002022for the Democracy and Power Innovation Fund
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$250,0002022for the ATD Pushback Pilot
    W Haywood Burns InstituteHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$250,0002022for BI’s Youth Justice work in California ($150,000) and Texas ($100,000)
    Sylvia Woods- Josephine Wyatt & Clarice Durham Memorial FoundationHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$50,0002022for the Dallas Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression
    Grassroots Leadership Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$400,0002022for general support
    Silicon Valley De-BugHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$600,0002022for general support
    Communities United for Restorative Youth JusticeHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$100,0002022for general support
    Poder in Action Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$100,0002022for The Prometheus Conspiracy's California work
    A New Way of Life Reentry ProjectHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$300,0002022for general support
    Network on Women in PrisonHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$100,0002022for the Big Lock Up Convening
    Evident ChangeHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$35,0002022for the Free Our Kids Coalition
    Act 4 Sa- accountability Compassion & Transparency for San AntonioHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$150,0002022for general support
    Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$150,0002022for the NC Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities
    Starting Over, Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$145,0002022for general support
    Black Emotional and Mental Health CollectiveHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$300,0002022for general support
    Tides CenterHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$500,0002022for the Community Justice Exchange
    NEO Philanthropy Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$400,0002022for the Black Migrant Power Fund (BMPF) of the Four Freedoms Fund
    Families for Freedom Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$150,0002022for general support
    Urban Community NetworkHuman Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$200,0002022for general support
    NEO Philanthropy Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$35,0002022for the Circle for Justice Innovations Convening
    Charitable Ventures of Orange County Inc.Human Rights, Build the power and capacity of grassroots organizations$200,0002022for Resilience Orange County

    The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.

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